102 Kissing Point Road Turramurra NSW 2074

Demolition of existing dwelling and construction of a 76 place child care centre and associated site works.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 4 months ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Ku-ring-gai Council, reference DA0049/19)

6 Comments

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  1. Bo Sharma commented

    My 92 years old father lives nearby and objects to this planning application on the same grounds that all others have objected.

    Belinda Seymour ( for Bo Sharma)

  2. Louise commented

    We do not require another child care centre on KissingPoint Road. It appears to be common place a corner block is sold then becomes a child care centre because this and the over 55s residential development is a government incentive. KissingPoint Road Turramurra has many educational and Religious centres which all add to traffic congestion on weekends and weekdays, these include Turramurra Public School, Ku-ring-gai Kindergarten, and Good Hands preshcool, the new Montessori academy on the cnr Canoon and Kissingpoint Road. Also the Sikh Temple.

    We do not need another child care centre and this building will be two stories and will not blend into the surrounding area. I strongly object.

  3. David Jennings commented

    The new child care centre on the corner of Canoon and Kissing Point Road shows how poorly such developments fit in with the rest of the neighbourhood.

    I object to this development.

  4. Janette commented

    I object to this child care centre on the corner of Boronia and Kissing point roads. It is a busy intersection with a bus stop opposite and bike lanes on both sides of the road. Access will be difficult and dangerous. There are new child care centres opening in south Turramurra and over the Pacific highway on Turramurra ave as well as current centres throughout the area already. A three story building for this purpose is not in keeping with the area at all

  5. Mike commented

    I am supportive of this development. It is a development in keeping with the demographics and use of the area, being residential area near a public school. Given the significant number of multi-storey residential buildings in the area, it would not stand out in any way. Finally, given the significant road noise already on Kissing Point Road, it is difficult to see how it would detract from a noise perspective.
    Finally, it is a vast improvement over the derelict building that is currently on site.

  6. Bill commented

    As a family with 2 young kids. We need more affordable day care. This is as good a place as any.

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