843-851 Sydney Road, Brunswick VIC 3056

Use and Development of the land for the construction of an eight (8) storey apartment building comprising fifty-one (51) dwellings, ground floor commercial premises, a rooftop terrace, two levels of basement car parking, a reduction of the car parking requirements and removal of easements.

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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 months earlier.

(Source: Moreland City Council, reference MPS/2018/941)


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  1. Melissa commented

    Hope this does not get approval - there are too many apartments in the area - it is becoming high density living and council facilities are not sufficient. It is becoming an unlivable suburb.

  2. Yen commented

    8 stories is too high, and once again a reduction in car parking requirements. Moreland Council, not everyone relies on public transport - people still own cars especially if they don’t work in the city, and reducing car parks and having that many apartments will just add to the congestion in the area

  3. Sam commented

    Great, we need more developments in the area, especially Coburg. Sydney road is stuck is some other era full of tagged up 80s garbage, derelict sites and kebab shops. Bring on gentrification and some change.
    While I'm at it, Moreland needs to do more to clean up some of the inner streets that are covered in weeds, graffiti and garbage from people overfilling their bins. /rant

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