Two ways you can help fight the towers

Two ways you can help today:

1. Planning expertise. If you’ve got some, we want it. Writing an urban design framework is no small thing. In fact; its a huge thing and complicated to boot. Let’s face it  – Stonnington ain’t short on lawyers so legal eagles; it’s time to help us protect your nest. Call Margot 9510 4845.

2. Money. Our coffers are looking grim. Every donation makes us stronger. Details on the donation page.


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by lincoln li on May 19, 2011 at 12:57 am

    “Fighting the Towers” phase is over. The battle continues. These we possibly all agree on.

    What is the next battle? Discussions on an Urban Development Framework and how the site would FIT IN ? Do we have any agreement on what that should be? Possibly not, that is other than keeping the status quo. It is improbable that no changes will take place!

    Personally I think discussions amongst residents on the kind of changes that may be acceptable and attractive to us as the basis for the Group to present its case to Stonnington Council, to the State Government, and, last but not least, to the Developers as a negotiating platform.

    I continue to applaud our PAST SUCCESS in Fighting the Towers. We do not know what the next move the developers would make. It is time to devise preemptive measures that we can agree on, measures that the Council and State Government may support, and that such measures give sufficient room for developers some room “to move forward”. (Please do excuse this much maligned and over used expression)

    Meanwhile we may be lost for words except saying “no, no, no….”


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