19 Gladstone Street, Bexley NSW 2207

Demolition of existing structures and Construction of Three (3) Storey Boarding House with Basement parking with a total of 15 rooms

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 16 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Bayside Council (Rockdale), reference DA-2019/117)


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  1. Claire commented

    Please do not approve this application. As an owner of a property on Gladstone Street I feel this will make the area unsafe. It is a family friendly environment. Please do not approve.

  2. Simon commented

    Give up Claire, these developments are practically pre-approved, at best they will modify the plans to meet the code. Done Deal. Best chance u have is to go to Chris Minns, recent election promise was to stop over development, but that is probably slim at best.

  3. Claire commented

    1: This development will be a few doors away from a childcare centre which wasn't there two years ago when they tried to get the 1st development approved. The childcare centre were not made aware of this. I don't believe this will make the area safe let alone having babies and children a few doors down.

  4. Ken James commented

    I live next door to this property he has had his first application refused by The Planning Committee unfortunately for you Simon you wouldn't understand. Let's hope for your sake you are never put in our situation this has been going on since 2017. The more people that object the more hope again he will be refused.

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