The City of South Perth began the community-planning project Our Vision Ahead involving consultation with residents, community groups, businesses, schools and visitors. 2008-2010 - The City spent two years planning the project. 2010 - On December 7, the Southern Gazette published a front page story ‘Triangle vision emerges’ detailing the plans of redeveloping 6000sq m bounded by Mill Point Road, Mends Street and Labouchere Road with hotels, restaurants, residential and commercial facilities. 2012 - Amendment 25 comes in to play, taking away all height restrictions to developments. 2015 - In March, the City first advertised Amendment 46 for public comment. 2015 - On May 25, JDAP approved Lumiere luxury apartments, a 29-storey building to be developed at 74 Mill Point Road. 2015 - On June 9, Mill Point Road residents and Swan MHR Steve Irons criticised the approval of the development. The Southern Gazette published a front page story 'Height of absurdity' detailing the residents’ complaints with the approval. 2015 - On October 27 at a special council meeting open to the public, the council considered submissions received during the March public comment period. The council endorsed modifications to Amendment 46 and opened public comment for 90 days. 2015 - In early December, the City held a community information session. 2016 - In January, former mayor James Best spoke out on Amendment 46. 2016 - On February 5 at 5pm, public comment on Amendment 46 will close.