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Without warning, or reason, the significantly downsized “North Parkerville” plan, (NOT North $toneville), has been pulled, by the Shire, from tomorrow’s Council meeting.

So hold those deputations folks!

This is an inexplicable withdrawal, subject to an indefinite delay, of a significant Community issue that holds long-term planning consequences for the Hills. The Community deserves an urgent explanation from the Shire.

‘North Parkerville’ was originally 730 URBAN lots. The developer downsized it to 67 Rural Residential (RR) lots of 5 acres and larger, with firefighting-tanks on each site. It was to be discussed at Council tomorrow night.

($atterley and the Anglican Church stubbornly refuse to consider an RR option for the 33-year-REJECTED URBAN North $toneville townsite – across the road.)

But WHY the withdrawal?

WHAT’s the ‘later date’?

AND – WHY was the Item ON the Council’s Agenda, minus any Planning Officers’ reports?

Ratepayers pay the Shire to work on our behalf.

We require a REASON for the withdrawal - to demonstrate Shire TRANSPARENCY.

We require a new DATE to demonstrate Shire ACCOUNTABILITY.

Our Community is asking - What’s going on?

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$atterley loves to drag these things out. Even after the umpire calls time over and over and over…Read about it on WAToday Satterley Stoneville development: Tribunal scolds property group over unrelenting Perth Hills estate row (watoday.com.au)

The more time that passes, the more out-dated his urban plan in a fire prone area becomes. Meanwhile the cost on the WA tax payer continues to climb.

As for the Perth Hills community - our resolve only strengthens with each extension and extra chance this developer has been given. You’d think $atterley and the Anglican Church would have gotten the message by now that their plan is unsafe and undefendable…

Stay tuned for the next steps!


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We respectfully advise the following post references past bushfire events

Save Perth Hills acknowledges and remembers the Wooroloo Fire - the biggest for the Perth Hills in living memory.

Our thoughts are with those who lost property, animals and more…

Marking occasions like this reminds us of our brave fire fighters to who we all owe so much.

The re-building and healing is a journey. It’s a reminder that where possible, we do our collective best to build better for when fire visits again. And as a community - it’s a calling from all of us to those who wish to develop land in this region. It MUST be fire safe planning for the safety of all communities.



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