Edward Mandla
Pyrmont Brothel Banished

Published On: 12/12/2013

Pyrmont residents and office workers are applauding the City of Sydney’s decision to refuse a proposed brothel at 200 Harris St.

“Pyrmont is a great place to live and has undergone incredible change in the last 10 to 15 years,” Mr Mandla said.

“These people have enough to deal with in this modern world without the additional headache of a brothel on their doorstep.”

Mr Mandla said sex-on-premises venues should be relegated to non-residential areas.

“In our modern city, which is now filled with families and close communities, we need to drive brothels to industrial warehouse areas and to the upper floors of high-rise commercial buildings.”

Mr Mandla also said local planning controls are enabling the development of brothels.

“With our current planning instruments, they will come here again and again and again.”

Pyrmont Brothel Banished

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