Hi Everyone

Have today received in the mail a copy of the report dated July 2012

Peel Region Scheme Amendment 025/57

Forrest Highway Environment Offsets in the area of City of Mandurah, Shires of Murray and Waroona.

There were submissions put in by local residents and the Progress Association.

There is a copy with the Progress Association of which you can have a look at our copy.  Contact me on 0427 442 781 or go to the website and quote the Amendment No.





The Hon. Joe Hockey MP Shadow Treasurer is available

to discuss your views and issues,

next week in the Peel Region.

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When    –              Wednesday 25th July 3-4pm

At           –             Springs Café, Meadow Springs Shopping Centre

RSVP     –              0437 783 091 Carole Overington


Hi Everyone

I have just had a phone call, from a resident of Herron who lives in the vicinity of Southern Estuary Road and Hexham.  They have had an IBC removed from their property.  If anybody knows about this can they please contact me 0427 442 781




Please see attached notice about a bushfire ready information session being conducted by FESA and local fire brigades.
Time: 11am (registration from 10.30am), followed by sausage sizzle and opportunity to ask question from midday
Where: Lake Clifton Herron Community Hall, Tuart Grove Ave, Lake Clifton
RSVP: Fiona O’Connor by return email ( or ring landline below or text message to the mobile for catering purposes.
See Flyer below

Gathering of People Concerned about the Point Grey Channel and Marina Proposal

Gathering of People Concerned about the Point Grey Channel and Marina Proposal


People who are concerned about the proposed Channel and Marina Development at Point Grey are urged to attend a gathering on the Dawesville Estuary Foreshore  (opposite the Leprechaun Deli) on Estuary Road, Dawesville,  this  SUNDAY  22nd  JULY at 1:00pm.


This will be an opportunity for people to raise their concerns about the proposal, share stories and views about why it is important that we protect our valuable water ways from inappropriate development and hear about what YOU can do to have your concerns heard.


The Final approval for this development now rests with the Federal Minister for the Environment Tony Burke and information will be provided to people attending  regarding actions they can take to highlight their concerns to the Minister and their Federal Parliament representatives.


Mandurah MLA, David Templeman, who is helping to organise this event, said that no matter if 50 or 500 people turn up, we just can’t stand by and let the Federal Minister make his determination with out knowing there is real concerns for our Estuary if this development is given the go ahead.




David Templeman 9581 3944!/StopPointGr

Wind farm – not proceeding

You will have noticed that there has been very little said on this web site about the wind farm that was proposed for Lake Clifton. This was because we did not want to influence your attitude until we had a very firm fix on how the majority of the community viewed the proposal.

Just a few days ago, the Progress Association committee were convinced that a large majority of people were opposed and we were about to start work to support this majority when the proposal was dropped.

There is no doubt that Bouvard Energy read the local people’s attitudes correctly.

  • Coakes Consulting, the proponent’s PR firm, found that 57% of respondents to their survey were opposed. A further 20+% gave it conditional approval which is not a ringing endorsement.
  • 6MM conducted an online poll and 88% of respondents were opposed.
  • There have been two public meetings of residents only. The first was attended by 70 people, all of whom signed a petition opposing the project. There were 80 people at the second meeting of whom we think about 20 had not been at the previous meeting. We do not know the position of all of these 20 people but several of them expressed their opposition.
  • The Progress Association conducted its own poll at the two day Community Information session run by Bouvard. The result was over 90%  opposed.

Bouvard has responded to our collective concerns very appropriately by withdrawing their proposal and our thanks are due to them and their advisers.