14 St Georges Square East Launceston TAS 7250

Residential - Construction of a dwelling, tree removal and alteration of vehicle crossovers

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

(Source: Launceston City Council, reference DA0732/2018)

3 Comments

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  1. Jenny Davidson commented

    My major concern with this application is the removal of part of the front fence which is an 1867 Victorian brick fence of significant historic value.Would it be possible for this not to be touched and a side entrance made instead as the side fence is just colourblind .

  2. Lisa Walkden commented

    The development will impinge on the historic feel of the area as the land is such a narrow piece that currently has an excellent set back with mature trees visible as one passes by.
    I am suprised a new dwelling is allowed so close to the existing house.
    The front historic fence should remain and the entry be on the Scott St side.

  3. Paul Osborne commented

    As per advertised plans:

    11.4.20 Streetscape Integration and appearance
    A3. (b) existing fence to be retaiined

    ...in actual fact it's proposed to put a gate in through the 150 yr old brick wall?

    Why was this application received on 18/12/18 but only advertised 20/2/19 with just 2 weeks for comments/submissions?

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