Watchdog seeks more info from jetty architect
WA’S environmental watchdog wants more information from architect Laurie Scanlon about his proposed jetty and function centre up to 100m from the tip of the groyne at Cottesloe Beach. An Environmental Protection Authority spokeswoman said a decision on what level the proposal would be environmentally assessed required more information about the jetty affecting any sand erosion and deposits.
“Once an adequate response from the proponent on these important issues is received, the EPA will be in a position to determine whether to formally assess the proposal,” she said.
Mr Scanlon said coastal engineering information from a desktop study was in his initial application, and the project was working to get any extra details to the EPA by the end of this month.
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