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City accepts heritage petition

A petition to heritage assess nine properties in the Midland Oval Redevelopment Masterplan area has been accepted by the City of Swan. The petition, submitted on April 8 by Midland Society president Patrick Irwin, contained 133 signatures calling on the ...

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Malvern Springs in fight for shops

MALVERN Springs residents have their hopes pinned on the WAPC refusing a request by Roberts Day to rezone land long-earmarked for a village centre. At City of Swan council on June 3, councillors voted to recommend the WAPC refuse the ...

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Parking ban puzzling Guildford

Residents and business owners in Guildford are mystified by a recent decision by the City of Swan to effectively ban parking on the southern side of Stirling Street. The motion, put forward by Altone Councillor Andrew Kiely, called on the ...

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Bitutek batching refused by Minister

UPPER Swan residents have won a three-year battle, with Planning Minister Rita Saffioti rejecting a planning scheme amendment that would have permitted a bitumen batching plant in Upper Swan. On Wednesday, Ms Saffioti accepted the WA Planning Commissions’s recommendation to ...

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Reading back on the books

AS debate rages over Premier Mark McGowan’s hard-line stance on border closures, the City of Swan is slowly beginning the process of relaxing restrictions and re-opening City facilities. Last Tuesday, Local Government Minister David Templeman urged local governments to take ...

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EMRC windfall for COVID campaign

The East Metropolitan Regional Council (EMRC) is backing its six member Councils, including the Cities of Swan and Kalamunda and the Shire of Mundaring and their ratepayers in Perth’s Eastern Region with a multi-million dollar dividend, enabling funds to be ...

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Major projects in Swan streamlined

A RAFT of major transport projects, including two in the City of Swan, will be part of a streamlined process for transport construction contracts worth up to $20 million announced by the State Government last week. The new State-wide Construction ...

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