1 Dunmore Avenue Carlingford NSW 2118

Development Application - Section 8.3 review to DA/669/2017 for the demolition of existing and tree removal; construction of 4 attached townhouse units over basement parking.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 4 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Parramatta City Council, reference DA/138/2019)


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  1. Bobby commented

    Come on Parramatta Council, is our suburb changing into multiple town houses & dual occupancies? Our streets are no wide enough to handle this over development…

  2. Humi commented

    Hello Parramatta council,
    We have multi level housing development on one side of Pennant hills road because of the existing zoning with Parramatta council. Now that our side of the road has amalgamated into Parramatta council from Hill shire council, could I suggest that the zoning be changed to R4, in order to bring some order and uniformity to this area.
    And assist in speeding up the light rail project. Carlingford rail station is only 300 metres from our place.

  3. Wade commented

    It seems we are at the mercy of developers and again another single dwelling disappears with its trees to make way for profit...
    What is the landscaping plan for Parramatta city council? Street trees?
    Don’t leave our leafy suburbs at the mercy of developers Parramatta council!
    We are Currently living next to a single dwelling that has turned into 2 duplexes - windows that invade our once private yard, every tree on the block was removed to make way for this. Every tree.

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