147 Midson Road Epping NSW 2121

Development Application - Demolition of existing structures, tree removal, and construction of an attached 2 storey dual occupancy with Torrens Title Subdivision into 2 lots including brick front fence.

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

(Source: Parramatta City Council, reference DA/201/2019)

4 Comments

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  1. Resident commented

    Will the street trees be replaced?

  2. Christine commented

    I see a “ very big” problem with Parramatta Council removing trees from the nature strips which in fact are the property of council.Too many applications are happening DAILY seeking approval for tree to be removed with no given reason.Give us residents an explanatory descriptive reason as to why it has to be removed ?Parramatta you must not stop this easy access to removing our tree lined streets
    Too many have been murdered already and removed for “ urban ”these last five years without consultation of residents as well.
    Totally against the removal of this innocent nature strip tree and it all must stop. Please listen to us rate paying residents for a change.

  3. concerned resident commented

    I am extremely disappointed that the applicant wants to remove EVERY TREE on the block and on the nature strip. That is 11 trees on the block and 2 trees on the nature strip. The two trees on the neighbour's yard at the back should be preserved.
    Parramatta Council should retain mature street trees not remove them. There is already a driveway. Adapt the plans to use the existing driveway!
    I am concerned that the leafy nature of Epping is being destroyed and this DA does not support any trees on the block. It is highly inappropriate for the streetscape and for the local environment in Midson Road.

  4. Lizzie commented

    Epping is being denuded of its greenery. Council, please stop every tree application from being approved. There must be a good reason for tree removal to occur, not just because someone does not like trees. Please apply the 'reasonable' tag. If it's not a reasonable request, then don't approve it.

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