Chinese property developer 3 Oceans has recently submitted a revised application to develop the old Contacio site on West Coast Highway. While Beach Not Bitumen is not campaigning on the issue, we thought it was important to provide information for those of our supporters who are concerned about the 3 Oceans proposal. The MRA is … Continue reading Information on the resubmitted ‘Twin Towers’ development proposal
Author: Sam Mead
Local Government elections are on now! Have your say in who represents you at the City of Stirling. You will have received your ballot papers in the mail by now. These must be returned before 6.00pm on 21 October 2017. Find out more here. The City of Stirling is responsible for managing the coastal environment … Continue reading City of Stirling Council Elections: Our take on the Doubleview and Hamersley Ward candidates
The City of Stirling Local Council Elections 2017 are just around the corner, with postal voting closing on Saturday 21st October. Not sure how you can vote in the election? Find out more here. We tried to cut through the 'politics' and get to the heart of the matter when it comes to the candidates … Continue reading City of Stirling Council Elections: Which Candidate is Fighting in our Corner?
The MRA's lack of public consultation continues — despite the pleas of Stirling Council, promises from the government, and repeated requests from the Community Advisory Group. There has effectively been no public consultation since the Minister announced last November that alternatives to the roads were to be explored. And since then the Community Advisory Group … Continue reading Community Advisory Group Shut Out
In the run up to the WA State Election on Saturday 11 March 2017 we're updating our political scorecard to make sure you know exactly who to vote for to stop the roads. Both Labor and the Greens have been vocal in their support of the BnB Campaign from the beginning, so they're top of our … Continue reading Beach Not Bitumen’s WA State Election Scorecard