Responses to Media

Discovery Parks lease at Coogee Beach Caravan Park

12 February, 2021

Response to Cockburn Gazette re: Discovery Parks lease at Coogee Beach Caravan Park, 8.2.21
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Pop-up park in Cockburn Central

11 February, 2021

Response to the Cockburn Gazette re: a pop-up park in Cockburn Central, 20.1.21
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Future of former South Lake Leisure Centre site

27 January, 2021

Response to Cockburn Gazette re: Future of former South Lake Leisure Centre site, 22.1.21
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Discovery Parks lease at Coogee Beach Caravan Park

15 January, 2021

Response to Cockburn Gazette re: Discovery Parks lease at Coogee Beach Caravan Park, 8.1.21
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Perron Group's proposed $1b Cockburn Quarter development

16 December, 2020

Response to 9 News re: Perron Group's Cockburn Quarter development application announcement, 14.12.20
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Urban forest cover in the City of Cockburn

8 December, 2020

Response to Cockburn Gazette re: Greener Spaces Better Places Report, 24.11.20  
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Sand bags at the beach in North Coogee

4 December, 2020

Response to Fremantle Herald re: Sand bags at the beach in North Coogee, 17.11.20
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Draft Local Planning Strategy

11 November, 2020

Response to the Fremantle Herald re: Draft Local Planning Strategy, 8.10.20
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Dogs prohibited at Woodman Point Beach from 21 October

4 November, 2020

Response to Cockburn Gazette re Closure of Woodman Point Beach to dogs from 21 October, 26.10.20  
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Dogs prohibited at Woodman Point Beach from 21 October

23 October, 2020

Response to Fremantle Herald re: Closure of Woodman Point Beach to dogs from 21 October, 15.10.20
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