FAQs How long will the redevelopment take to complete? When will land be available for sale? What is currently happening onsite? What community consultation was undertaken during the planning for the redevelopment? How will Local Government be involved? What is DevelopmentWA’s role? What is the Western Australian Planning Commission’s (WAPC) role in the redevelopment? Why have single residential lots been included in the plan, when this land could be used to remove higher density from the Woodland Precinct? How does the Nash Street roundabout impact pedestrians? Why was a roundabout required for the Nash Street intersection? How will traffic access the future development? What impact will the development have on local traffic? Could the bushfire risk be managed in another way? Does this mean environmental protection is no longer of importance? Why does some of the bushland need to be cleared? Has Montario Quarter received any environmental approvals? What will happen to the site’s bushland? The Master Plan shows cleared areas through the Woodland Precinct – why is this? Will the heritage of the site be protected? What new amenities are being planned? How will this development fit in with the local community? How many homes will be built in the new development and how many people will live there? What level of density is being envisaged for the site? Why is this site being developed for housing? What is happening at the former Shenton Park Hospital site?