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In East Perth WA on “Proposed change of use to...” at 98-100 Brown Street East Perth WA 6004:

Vicki Lee commented

It has been brought to my attention that there is a proposed micro wine brewery/restaurant and function centre to be situated 100 metres from my home, I am objecting strongly to this as the street is now mainly residential and the noise from such a venue would impact on the noise in our street.

Parking at the moment is of a premium, in particular after hours once the two hour parking restriction is lifted. There already needs to be residential parking permit only parking in designated areas and this new development will only exasperate the issue.

I have lived there for over 14 years and I am fully aware of the ongoing apartment developments but this has not impacted on the noise in our street it is still very quiet at night, one of my main concerns is the noise factor of patrons walking to and from the bar.

There is already a micro whiskey bar in the next street (Kensington) but this does not impact on residents as it overlooks the railway line and is not close to residents and there is more on street parking available on that street and is normally not open in evenings.

As stated on your website I am fully aware that the Perth City council has implemented an economic development strategy to increase direct employment, opportunity or wealth creation.

Success is only possible through increased engagement with residents, local businesses, all levels of government and the global business community in order to firmly establish our city, both regionally and globally.

I am requesting that the City of Perth reconsider the development as there are vacant premises in the Claisebrook area near the brook street Lake/Pond that offers room for restaurants and bars.

I also feel once the stadium is opened then this will encourage more foot traffic and noise in our area.

I would like to be advise when the meeting will be held to attend the meeting so I can put forth my objections.

I am concerned that the City of Perth did not write to inform us of the proposed change to light restaurant tavern, we are rate payers within 100 meters of the site and should have been informed before this was approved. None of my neighbours have been informed or advised of the change of use. It is interesting that our rates can be posted without hesitation but no contact advising something that will have a huge impact on our lives.

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