Opinion: Overjoyed plan for King William St ‘dethroned’

So glad the plan for King William Street has been torn up
So glad the plan for King William Street has been torn up

I was overjoyed to read that the proposed plan for 9 and 11 King William St has been “dethroned” as reported in the Eastern Reporter.

I signed a petition against it.

Staff at a local business were collecting signatures from those aghast as such an ugly, grandiose plan for the site.

Many were aware that a magnificent Jacaranda tree which is over 60 years old situated at the rear of the property would be chopped down.

Bayswater has lost enough heritage buildings from short-sightedness in the past.

We don’t want or need vultures in the form of property developers buggering up our streetscapes and village ambience with their hideous “plastic” monstrosities – high density living, more cars?

Go to Shanghai!

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