19 Berringar Road Valentine NSW 2280

Multi Dwelling Housing

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 6 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Lake Macquarie City Council, reference DA-551/2019)

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  1. Joanne Laird commented

    Seriously LMCC, what is happening? How can this area possibly handle this? If this is approved, once again how are you going to control the impact on the infrastructure within ‘Old Valentine’? The 3 townhouses on the corner of Dilkera avenue & Berringar rd are perfect example. So dangerous there now.These approved decisions are ruining the area. Soon the whole of Berringar rd will just be Multi Dwellings.

  2. Luisa Hinton commented

    I don’t think any more multi dwelling residences should be approved until Lake Macquarie Council advises on how they have planed for additional infrastructure to cope with the influx of people to the area. Where will the school expand to to cope with all the new families? When will a new high school be built to cope with the potential influx of additional kids on each currently single house site that is to be replaced with multiple families?

  3. Brooke and Jeff Owen commented

    We are commenting to object to Valentine being subjected to yet another multiple dwelling development. Tallawalla and Berringar Roads are already very busy roads and will be made even more busy and unsafe with developments like this. Lake Macquarie Council please consider the current residents who live here for the community feel and sense of neighbourhood. This cannot be maintained with the approval of more and more large multiple dwelling developments. These dwellings overshadow and crowd their neighbours. And Valentine cannot sustain the impact they have on local roads, school and parks.

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