Perth basketball noise reduction plan canned after council dove on idea

“The city listens to community members when concerns are raised and works to find resolutions for each case. In the last 10 years we have only had to close one court.”

In announcing the government’s response to the court riots, Whitby said he wanted to make sure there was a “sound approach”.

“Residents are encouraged to report excessively loud behavior to the relevant local authority for consideration on a case-by-case basis,” he said.

The draft guidelines would not have been binding or applied retrospectively, he said, nor would there have been any closures of existing courts within the recommended minimum distances.

It wasn’t just local governments that were looking into the draft guidelines, according to Basketball WA associate general manager Even Stewart Nine News Perth only about three percent of the parks in the greater Perth area passed the survey.

The city of Joondalup was due to discuss the guidelines at an upcoming council meeting, but given Wednesday’s announcement it’s safe to assume that has been pushed aside.

with Holly Thompson Perth basketball noise reduction plan canned after council dove on idea

Callan Tansill

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