99 Garrawilla Avenue, North Kellyville NSW 2155

Attached Dual Occupancy and Strata Subdivision

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 3 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: The Hills Shire Council, reference 1688/2019/PZC)

3 Comments

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  1. Julie Wilson commented

    We have enough dual occupancy dwellings in North Kellyville. They have numerous cars attached to these dwellings all parked in the street because the dwelling does not provide off street parking for the number of residents.

  2. Susan Mace commented

    I totally agree with Julie Wilson. There are far too many dual occupancy dwellings in North Kellyville plus all the units that have been built, the traffic is terrible as the roads have not been completed as yet.
    The dual occupancy buildings do not have sufficient parking and usually if there are 2 families there are at least 4 cars which park in the street. There is only 1 road out which is Barry Road so if there was ever a bush-fire it would be very difficult to evacuate people from the area.

  3. Maryann Vernon commented

    I agree with Julie and Susan regarding dual occupancies. The streets are not equipped for the numerous car holders of a dual occupancy that can only realistically hold enough parking for 1 dwellings worth of individuals.
    I live on a different street to Julie in the same estate and it is also disappointing to see that the lack of storage for gardening equipment etc or sense of ownership of such dwellings resulting in landscaping that is not maintained and as a result brings down the image of the whole street and estate.

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