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FREO'S PLANNING PROCESS NEEDS IMPROVEMENT

At the Planning Commission on Wednesday evening the Chair of the City of Fremantle’s Design Advisory Committee Professor Geoffrey London expressed concerns about the proposed building for 18-22 Adelaide Street and how it would impact on the public realm, etc. 276 more words

Western Australia

UGLY KINGS SQUARE BUILDING BACK TO DRAWING BOARD

The building proposal for a five-storey tourist accommodation at 18-22 Adelaide Street at Fremantle’s Kings Square was unanimously deferred by the City of Fremantle Planning Commission tonight. 258 more words

Western Australia

CUT THE KINGS SQUARE CULTURAL CRAP PLEASE!

Hey City of Fremantle, do us all a favour and drop the bullshit to retain some integrity! I noticed you are now calling the Kings Square Project the… 84 more words

Western Australia

CHECKING FREO'S CIVIC CENTRE

Interesting to see this cherry picker at the Fremantle civic centre on Kings Square.

According to one of the workers they are checking it for concrete cancer to see if some of the building can be retained for the new development.

Roel Loopers

Western Australia

FREMANTLE COUNCIL GOES NOMADIC

From mid next year on Fremantle Council will become nomadic and hold full council and committee meetings all over Fremantle, due to the Kings Square project development. 83 more words

Western Australia

FIFO ACCOMMODATION FOR CITY OF FREMANTLE

Fremantle Council will decide on Wednesday at the full council meeting if it will move into FIFO-style portable accommodation at the Stan Reilly site during the demolition of the council building at Kings Square and the construction of the new civic centre there. 60 more words

Western Australia

WHERE TO HOUSE FREO STAFF DURING KINGS SQUARE PROJECT?

Relatively new City of Fremantle CEO Phil StJohn will have a few sleepless nights over the next months to come up with ideas and solutions to relocate all city staff during the demolition of the old and the construction of the new civic centre at Kings Square. 189 more words

Western Australia