116 Jukes Road, Fawkner VIC 3060

Construction of five triple storey dwellings

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 4 months ago. It was received by them 4 months earlier.

(Source: Moreland City Council, reference MPS/2018/645)

5 Comments

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  1. spiros Haldas commented

    I think this planning application to build 5 triple storey dwellings at 116 Jukes Rd is over development ,insufficient parking, noise, and not suitable with the local area .

  2. Daniela commented

    Residents and visitors of the proposed site will use car parking on bonwick Street and designated shopping car parking. The area is already heavy congested and parking already insufficient for the number of people that use it. The residences should have their own designated parking assigned, at least 1-2 per home to avoid increasing congestion, traffic and overall chaos to the strip.

  3. Faye Scanlan commented

    The proposed development is too high density for the area and would exacerbate existing traffic and parking problems near Bonwick St shopping precinct.

  4. Lewis Tuck commented

    This development is too much for this particular site to handle safely. There are a lot of cars, buses, 4wd's already travelling along Jukes Rd, in/out of Bonwick St and associated car parks and William St at speed. To allow an additional 5 dwellings on one site will only add to the already growing traffic issue.

    Bonwick St does not handle the current traffic flow and load - adding even more traffic so closely to Bonwick is not a good idea.

    Another consideration is how many young families are utilising the footpaths to navigate their way on foot to Bonwick St - decreasing their safety would be folly.

  5. Tash Wark wrote to local councillor Natalie Abboud

    The proposed development is too high density and without precedent in the local area. There are no other triple storey dwellings or buildings in the vicinity. This changes the inherent nature of the area, where even two stories aren’t common.
    The density of the development will add strain on roads, parking and local infrastructure.

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    Natalie Abboud local councillor for Moreland City Council
    replied to Tash Wark

    Thanks Tash,

    I will make sure it reaches the planning dept.

    Cr Natalie Abboud
    Mayor
    North East Ward I Moreland City Council
    90 Bell Street,
    Coburg. 3058
    MOB +61 499 807 166

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    On 4 Dec 2018, at 10:00 am, Tash Wark <> wrote:

    The proposed development is too high density and without precedent in the local area. There are no other triple storey dwellings or buildings in the vicinity. This changes the inherent nature of the area, where even two stories aren’t common.
    The density of the development will add strain on roads, parking and local infrastructure.

    From Tash Wark to local councillor Natalie Abboud

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    Tash Wark posted this message to you on PlanningAlerts in response to the following planning application.

    Your reply, and any other response to this email, will be sent to Tash Wark and posted on the PlanningAlerts website publicly.

    Planning Application for 116 Jukes Road, Fawkner VIC 3060

    Description: Construction of five triple storey dwellings

    Read more and see what others have to say here:
    https://www.planningalerts.org.au/applications/1112406?utm_campaign=view-application&utm_medium=email&utm_source=councillor-notifications

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