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  • Save Perth Hills Inc

$atterley’s ‘North $toneville’ tweaks’ are in. The Dept. of Planning confirmed in a statement on the State Govt’s website on February 1st... the second Anniversary of the Wooroloo Bushfire disaster.

The irony of such ill-timing does not escape any of us...

North $toneville is a dangerous and destructive plan, that will remain ‘Urban’ and dangerous regardless of any changes. And we ALL know that the land set aside for ‘North Parkerville’ will likely follow for another 2360 MORE people. Make no mistake - if North Stoneville gets up, the hills as we know it will be changed forever. Minister Saffioti is probably reviewing the amendments. Then 42 days of comment will open ‘in due course’.

The important thing - our RALLY this SUNDAY will be HUGE. (and hot!) Big-name speakers are leading the charge to ‘SAY NO - AGAIN’ - including Dr Wayne Gregson, DFES Commissioner during the 2014 Stoneville-Parkeville-Mt Helena bushfires. Also, Bob Brown, Greens Founder and dedicated Environmentalist is travelling fom Tasmania to join us. Bob’s sent us this message of support ahead of arriving this weekend.

REMEMBER: Bring a Hat, water, sunscreen, your voice, AND your ‘I SAY NO – AGAIN’ banners!!! See you Sunday! 10am - 11am! Sculpture Park, Mundaring!

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  • Save Perth Hills Inc

1st February, 2023

Today we think of those in our community who are living with the impacts of the 2021 Wooroloo Fire...

Sadly, it's yet another acknowledgement of recent fire devastation for our Perth Hills region. Save Perth Hills will always support and advocate for sensible planning that helps keep our community safe!

Photos from Stoneville Bushfire Brigade

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  • Save Perth Hills Inc

As we count down to our RALLY 10AM THIS SUNDAY at SCULPTURE PARK MUNDARING... $atterley’s scheduled tweaked ’North $toneville’ dangerous and destructive plan (due TOMORROW - Jan 31), has caught the eye of our Mundaring Shire’s neighbour, the City of Swan.

We thank Cr Aaron Bowman - City of Swan for adding the proposed development to this week’s City of Swan’s agenda.

$atterley’s planned Urban townsite, (which will remain Urban, regardless of any amendments), includes an un-tested Waste Water Treatment Plant on Swan’s boundary, risking contamination of pristine Suzannah Brook catchment and a registered Aboriginal Heritage site.

The current plan ALSO doesn’t include any traffic modelling for Swan, despite Roland and Stoneville Roads in Swan facing heavy impacts and big upgrades, likely subsidised by City of Swan ratepayers! That’s despite no financial rates return to City of Swan from either $atterley OR from 2,360 people over the road at 'North Parkerville' which will follow North $toneville.

We encourage our Gidgegannup neighbours and supporters to attend the Swan Agenda briefing 6pm, Wednesday 1 February at Midland Town Hall.

You can request to give a deputation by emailing

Full details at City of Swan website - search Agendas and Minutes (Item C1.1)

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