FROM THE WEB
An East Victoria Park resident who could have been forced to remove the roller door from her home’s carport permanently because it did not comply with a Town of Victoria Park planning policy – despite the fact it was installed more than a decade agohad our online readers share their thoughts. Common sense prevailed and the Town voted to approve this roller door at their council meeting. I would have thought the impermeable brick wall would be more of an issue. It's my understanding that these walls are only acceptable on main roads not residential streets. - Peter Melrosa If it hasn't been a problem for anyone for the past 12 years then it should be allowed to remain. I understand the need to preserve the weatherboard precinct, however individuals security should also be a consideration. - Grace Zaskolny Surely residents’ safety should come first and therefore they should be able to protect themselves and their cars by having a roller door.
- Gail Allan