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Residents of Perth's most infamous suburb for prostitution have spoken out about sharing their streets with sex workers, however remain divided over whether the women should be forced out. Following a push to clean-up "hot spots" in Highgate, Mayor of Vincent Alannah MacTiernan has launched a campaign to remove street-walkers and curb-crawlers from the district. The Department of Housing said on Monday that it is 'aware of allegations of prostitution in Stirling Towers' and is 'currently working with the police and the City of Vincent to investigate'.
At a recent council meeting, residents were told that the City of Vincent was taking a strong approach to stop a perceived increase in sex being sold in the streets. Smith Street resident Ray Clarke lives next to a block of housing which he believes is the base of around six to ten regular street prostitutes.
He said the amount of violence and anti-social behaviour had increased over the last year, which he said was directly related to the soliciting. I've found needles and empty packets on the side of the road Mr Clarke said residents have made "numerous complaints" over the last 18 months that he has lived in the street.
He said the "workers" would have been kicked-out by now if they had been renting privately, instead of through the Department of Housing. They can't just be at arm's length anymore, they really need to get involved and know what they're tenants are doing and who they are.
The Department of Housing said on Monday that it is "aware of allegations of prostitution in Stirling Towers" and is "currently working with the police and the City of Vincent to investigate". It said the Government's Disruptive Behaviour Management Strategy, introduced in May , sought a balance between supporting clients to maintain their tenancies and protecting the community from unreasonable disruption.