13 Silkwood Way, Rowville VIC 3178

The construction of a second dwelling to the rear of the existing dwelling

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 5 months ago. It was received by them 3 months earlier.

(Source: Knox City Council, reference P/2018/6706)

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  1. Melissa commented

    Placing more homes on Silkwood way will produce more traffic and more residentail cars on a street which doesnt have ANY off street parking. Sub-divided land and townhouse/unit properties on this stress will also have a negative impact on the property value of the homes on Silkwood Way and surrounding streets. The grandeur and prestigious look and feel of Silkwood way, its large blocks and large homes as you enter the estate will be gone if these properties are allowed to sub-divide their land and build multiple dwellings on their block. This will be the second home on the street sub-dividing their land and I'm sure other properties will follow their lead. Currently, there is a $100-$150k premium to live on Silkwood way and surrounding streets in this estate, and having recently purchased a property on one the streets coming off Silkwood way and paying the $150k premium to live in this estate, I am not impressed to see sub-dividisions coming up! If sub-divisions are permitted on Silkwood way, it will de-value the properties in the estate, create more traffic congestion getting onto Wellington rd and create parking issues on a street which is already facing major parking proplems. Of all the streets in Rowville, this would have to be the worst street to allow sub-divisions!! NOT IMPRESSED!!!!

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