Thursday 11 August 2022 05:28 AM 60 Minutes reporter Liam Bartlett objects to Perth neighbours having clear ... trends now
A 60 Minutes reporter has marched down to a local council meeting to try and stop his neighbours getting clear glass installed on their apartment balconies because he doesn't want to look at their bikes or washing.
Owners of five terrace homes being built in the suburb of Nedlands near Perth, WA want a condition that requires them to have frosted glass on their balcony removed.
The fight is much to the dismay of Australian journalist Liam Bartlett, who lives opposite the new development.
Mr Bartlett went to a Nedlands Council meeting objecting to clear glass windows being put in as he believes he has already been accommodating enough to the council.
The reporter objected to the move and said he didn't want to have to look at the residents' 'bikes' or 'washing'.
60 Minutes reporter Liam Bartlett (pictured) has complained at a local council meeting about the use of clear glass on adjacent apartment balconies as he doesn't want to have to look at their bikes or washing
It's not just the clear balconies aggravating Mr Bartlett, the 60 Minutes reporter also argued he had lost parking space and the development had brought 'more bins and less amenity'.
PerthNow reported Mr Bartlett's house was elevated behind his wall and had four