11 Claremont Avenue, Malvern VIC 3144

S72 Amendment to approved Planning Permit and/or Plans - To extend the approved development by way of a third floor dwelling; associated works and reduce on-site car parking requirement by one

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website almost 2 years ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: City of Stonnington, reference 1089/14 - 1)

4 Comments

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  1. simon de Wolf commented

    we think thjat 3 stories is not in keeping with streetscape and as parking a big problem now reducing car space is not appropiate

  2. simon de Wolf commented

    we think that 3 stories is too high and not in keeping with the streetscape..As parking a big problem already reducing private parking a bad idea

  3. J Allen Brent commented

    This is a very special train station village and so far has managed to remain more or less " as is ". I don't think that three stories is appropriate in this mainly two stories area. Car parking is a difficult situation throughout Stonnington and Council's policy of granting less than required needs to cease. We don't live in the immediate area but have been using the shops and cafes in the village since 1970. It's a very spewcial, quirky little area and Council needs to preserve and look after it.

  4. LEONIE WOOD commented

    No, please, not three stories, not four, not more. Not there. Even if the tertiary storey is set back from the street-scape, it will overlook houses to the north-side, which are predominantly single- or two-storey. It will be the first of many, am sure, and add to the dreadful tunnel effect that is now being experienced in areas such as High St Armadale west of Kooyong, Burwood Rd Hawthorn, and elsewhere. The Claremont street and Station street environs are integral to the heritage boast of Malvern area. Please don't start the decline.

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