I would like to respond to Phillip Bradshaw's letter from August 6 regarding the proposed Point Grey project.
We are committed to working with the community to deliver a world class, environmentally sustainable development with wide ranging social and economic benefits at Point Grey that delivers on the need for diversified housing options in one of the country's fastest growing regions.
Read more on the Point Grey marina development:
- Shire of Murray deems Point Grey marina 'unsuitable'
- Developer back to drawing board as state tribunal dismisses marina proposal appeal
- Mandurah Mail 2019 year in review: Fate of Point Grey decided in October
- All three local MPs speak out against Point Grey Marina proposal ahead of upcoming state review
- Shire of Murray councillors vote against stage one of Point Grey marina project
As we move towards lodging the Activity Centre Plan for Point Grey we would like to reaffirm that commitment and invite those from the local community to share their views. We conducted an initial two-part online survey of those both from the local community and further afield about what they liked and disliked about the project and what amenities they would like to see there in May of this year.
We had more than 500 responses and found that more than 75 percent of respondents regarded the proposed Point Grey development as important to the future of the region with job creation one of the most commonly identified factors.
We also asked respondents to detail what amenities they would like to see at Point Grey and received a variety of responses including leisure facilities, parks, bush reserves, shopping and medical facilities.
We are committed to working closely with the local community and our next step is to conduct a more in depth survey to further understand what the community wants and we welcome input from the community at all times.
Chief Operating Officer
Tian An Australia
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