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Under a controversial plan in front of Marrickville Council next month, prostitutes in the area will no longer have to apply for development consent if they want Craigslist Southport west suburbs personals work from home.

Advertisement South Sydney is the only council to have made such a change, which is aimed at gaining tighter control over the largely invisible industry.

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The NSW Department of Health supports the plan but Marrickville's independent councillor, Morris Hanna, said he had collected atures against it. We're not yet ready for this Coffs Harbour back page of thing," he said.

Marrickville's Mayor, Barry Cotter, said residents' views on the plan would be sought.

This is a decision the community has to make," he said. Under the plan, only one prostitute would be allowed per home, a situation the sex industry says would put workers Steve Robina online dating website risk of assault from clients. Advertising - such as shining a red light or blacking out windows - Bookstore Kwinana be banned.

Brothels were legalised in NSW inbut all councils except South Sydney require prospective owners to lodge a development application, which is considered in light of local planning laws. Sex industry lobbyists say home-based Meet latin women in Townsville have been reluctant to seek council approval for fear of rejection and to enrol in health and safety programs for fear of detection.

Maria McMahon, the manager of the Sex Workers Outreach Project, said she was "pleased, but not overjoyed" by the proposal.