9 Macarthur Avenue Revesby NSW 2212

The proposal is a mixed use development comprising a four storey building containing thirty(30) boarding rooms, three(3) residential units over ground floor retail premises (childcare centre) and two levels of a basement car parking.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 8 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Canterbury-Bankstown Council, reference DA-31/2019)

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  1. Janelle Carter commented

    This proposal is for a 30 room, 48 resident boarding house on top of a childcare centre, and also another 3 residential units! This is totally excessive for this site and location. I've submitted a detailed objection to council but to summarise there are issues around parking, access, traffic, safety and more. The parking for this proposal is totally inadequate - 15 spaces for a 48 resident boarding house - and the childcare parking is inadequate too. There are traffic and access issues, as there are several one-way streets and narrow lanes in this part of Revesby. There are safety issues - both for the residents (the full proposal shows a shockingly small amount of private space available to each resident, one room has under 12.3 metre square for two people to live in) - and safety issues for the kids - how can anyone think it's a good idea to have a boarding house on top of a childcare centre? Furthermore I don't think there is a great need for this type of short-term accommodation in our area. I urge council to please vote against this application.

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