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Hands Off Point Peron

POINT PERON is a place of treasured memories for many West Australians and its UNDER THREAT.

It is now clear that LEGAL ACTION will be needed to protect Point Peron for this and future generations.

HOPP have secured a well-respected Perth law firm to advise us about a potential court challenge to the proposed MBM development.  We urgently need around $9,000 to cover the initial legal work. We believe there may be a good opportunity to stop the development by legal action, but we can't do it without your donations! 

Please donate by direct bank transfer. Please note your name as a reference and pay into the following Bendigo Bank account:

Account Name: Hands Off Point Peron Inc.

BSB 633-000

ACC: 14274 4192

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Watch this video: Hands off Point Peron by Samuel Young

The State Government’s proposed private canal housing estate and inland marina development, so-called Mangles Bay Marina (MBM), on public land at Point Peron MUST be stopped. 

The Environmental approval of the MBM is nothing short of reckless. It is not a Hillarys-type in-sea marina but a proposed land marina/canal development in a regional park of natural coastal bush sustaining a unique, threatened and critically endangered ecology. 

Canal estates of this type have been banned elsewhere because of their disastrous environmental, financial and social costs.  

Despite expert scientists describing the Environmental Impact review as “inherently flawed” the State Government continues to ignore the many serious and detailed environmental concerns and is forging ahead with rezoning the land for urban development 

The 1964 Point Peron Land Agreement stipulated that Point Peron’s use is to be ‘restricted to a reserve for public recreation and/or parklands and that the land must not be used ‘for private industrial, commercial or residential development’  

Our alternate community-based and initiated plan for Cape Peron Coastal Park is for a World class conservation and recreation park in keeping with the 1964 Point Peron Land Agreement which would be infinitely better for the economy, the environment and the health of our community 

Your support will help us STOP the MBM development so we can save Point Peron and create our Coastal Park for the people of WA and Australia forever.

LOCAL ACTION

 

            

photo taken outside City of Rockingham Monthly Council meeting

At a local level we are continuing to lobbying City of Rockingham Councillors

We are doing this because for the proposed Point Peron Canal Estate to go ahead a NEW Local Structure Plan to permit canal estates and artificial waterway developments in the City of Rockingham City (COR) has to be prepared and APPROVED by COR Council and WAPC. Without local council and WAPC approval the developers can’t build the proposed canal estate at Point Peron.

The developers have also asked COR (read ratepayers) to take on the Waterways Management. We know however based on expert advice that this would be an open ended financial disaster for City of Rockingham Ratepayers. Given COR main source of income is through council rates Ratepayers are at risk of having to fund the high-cost and high-maintenance canal/housing estate through their rates? See here

You can make your views about this known to Rockingham City Councilors by contacting them via the details here http://www.rockingham.wa.gov.au/Council/Our-Mayor-and-Councillors  

                               

HAVE YOU SEEN OUR ALTERNATE VISION FOR A WORLD CLASS COASTAL PARK INSTEAD OF CANALS ON CAPE PERON?  

You can see our community-based vision for the Cape Peron Coastal Park here

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For more information on the proposed development, please follow this link  

http://www.manglesbaymarina.com.au/public-environmental-review  

 

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HOW YOU CAN HELP?  HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD!

 

 

 

DONATIONS NEEDED 

We are a local ‘not for profit’ and ordinary Mums and Dads type organisation. Funds are desperately needed to help with printing and advertising costs and potential legal costs as the campaign heats up. Please considering donating what you can afford - Even just a small amount would be put to very efficient use. Thanks in anticipation. 

To donate, please note your name as a reference and payment can be made in to the following bank account

 

Account Name: Hands Off Point Peron Inc

 

BSB 633-000

ACC: 14274 4192  

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How you can help:

LETTERBOXINGPRINT OUR FLYERSIGN OUR PETITIONWRITE LETTERS TO LOCAL MPs
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The petition is now closed

 Thank you to the many people who supported us in this petition. 


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Phone or email dawnjecks@gmail.com 0424 598 656 or James Mumme at jgmumme@live.com.au 9527 5339 

 

 

               

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