169 Burgundy Street , Heidelberg, VIC

The proposal is for a 6-storey mixed use development comprising a retail premises at ground floor and 5 dwellings above and waiver of parking requirements in a Parking Overlay.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 5 days ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Banyule City Council, reference P1330/2018)

3 Comments

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  1. Cheryl Daye commented

    The proposed design is disproportionately narrow and high, bulky, and lacking any aesthetic appeal. It will dominate the streetscape and is out of keeping with surrounding buildings.
    Although parking requirements are met, they still seem inadequate given the location and problems already experienced by local shoppers.
    The lack of external windows ( apart from front and year) would appear to make the interiors dark, claustrophobic and gloomy.
    In my opinion, this is a very poor design and will not enhance the local environment in any way.
    I would urge Council to reject this application.

  2. Lou Vaiano commented

    This building seems very out of touch with surrounding buildings. This 6 storey building will dwarf the existing 1 and 2 storey buildings and stand out as an eye-sore.

    I urge council to reject this proposal or significantly reduce the overall height to be more in keeping with surrounding buildings.

  3. Lou La commented

    Ridiculous proposition! Block too narrow building too high. Slums come to Heidelberg via greedy developers! Should be disregarded by Council before ut gets any further.

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