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A new Docklands-founded advocacy group aims to tackle issues facing inner-city residential apartment dwellers.

Known as “We Live Here”, the group was established at a meeting in Docklands in December.

Group convener Barbara Francis is also the owners’ corporation chair at the Watergate apartment complex, which has been leading the fight against short-stay apartments in residential buildings.

Ms Francis said that, while short-stays was an urgent and pressing issue, the group would advocate for reforms in others areas too.

“Our motivation was to reclaim our building as our home,” Ms Francis said. “It’s time our voices were heard.”

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About We Live Here

 

We Live Here is a recently launched advocacy and lobby movement focussing on generating legislative change to protect owners and long-term residents living in high-density areas. The movement aims to give a voice to and protect the rights of these owners and long term residents, and to tackle issues that are not being adequately addressed.

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