WA TODAY: Perth real estate agents call for crackdown on ‘corflute bombing’

The City drafted law changes in mid-2017 that were designed to tackle a surge in so-called “pointer signs” following complaints from local residents.

Industry figures said the proposed laws would have the reverse effect, however, by allowing signs to stay up for 24 hours at a time and to be placed within two metres of a road. Lawyers said this could pose a third-party public liability for councils and have flow-on consequences for their insurance premiums.

FULL ARTICLE: Perth real estate agents call for crackdown on illegal ad ‘epidemic’

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