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Posts from the ‘Heritage Protection’ Category

We don’t need a 2nd marina adjacent to Port Coogee

Adele has vowed to continue the fight against a new marina at Port Coogee and has questioned why the Greens’ Fremantle candidate would actively promote something so out of step with community sentiment. Read more


Adele Finds Ministerial Ally for Freo Planning

Adele has found a ministerial ally in her move to modify Fremantle’s Planning Scheme Amendment No.49.  Read more

Adele’s Plan for Scheme Amendment 49

Adele has met with the Planning Minister John Day, presenting him with a ‘graduated option’ for Planning Scheme Amendment no.49. Read more

Carles congratulates Freo contribution to heritage

Independent MP, Adele Carles attended the 2012 Heritage Awards last night and said that Fremantle heritage was acknowledged in almost every category  Read more

Adele prioritises Fremantle’s heritage

Adele is concerned by the controversial plans for high rise in Fremantle’s CBD. Read more

Act to Protect Fremantle’s Future

I have tabled a petition in the Legislative Assembly with 442 signatures, calling on the State Government to take steps to ensure the built heritage and human scale of Fremantle is protected.  Read more

Chickens Coming Home to Roost on DAPs

My warnings about the new Development Assessment Panels for future Fremantle developments are falling on deaf Council ears. Read more

Thank you John Dowson

On the eve of his retirement from Fremantle Council, friends and supporters gathered at my office to show our appreciation for John Dowson Read more

CBD Heights

“I am concerned that Fremantle Council has underestimated the power and role of the new Development Assessment Panel (DAP) for future Fremantle developments. Read more

ING on the horizon in Fremantle

“The controversial ING development planned for Victoria Quay is back in the news with the announcement that building works are set to commence next January. The developers received WAPC approval in December 2008. I presented a petition in Parliament on 16th March Read more

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