Freo's View

MELVILLE WAVE PARK REJECTION SIMILAR TO FREO’S J SHED TAVERN

 

The rejection by the State Government of the proposed wave park in the City of Melville is a huge win for the community there and has a lot in common with the State’s rejection of the planned tavern at J Shed on Fremantle’s Bathers Beach.

It is quite intriguing to notice that both local councils approved the controversial plans against huge community opposition and outrage and that even the community votes at special electors meetings were ignored.

One has to wonder also about the proposed location of a wave park in Melville that is just a 20-minute drive to Fremantle beaches. From memory there has even been an application for a small wave park near Port Beach, which makes even less sense.

It is nice to notice that the planning approval process, that is often criticised, worked well in both instances and that inappropriate uses of crown land were rejected by the State.

Roel Loopers

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  1. spencertive said, on March 29, 2019 at 12:35 pm

    * works well for those against the proposal.

  2. freoview said, on March 29, 2019 at 10:10 am

    We can do with a few more attractionsin Freo, Glennn.

    Roel

  3. Glenn said, on March 29, 2019 at 9:03 am

    Notwithstanding the location is wrong, Freo beaches have no reef so very little break. South of Trigg, Perth is a rotten place for surfing so I think a wave park is a good idea somewhere Roel


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