720 Stud Road, Scoresby VIC 3179

Development of the land for twelve (12) double storey dwellings and alteration of access to a Road Zone Category 1

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 5 months ago. It was received by them 4 months earlier.

(Source: Knox City Council, reference P/2018/6753)

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  1. Ethel Thompson wrote to local councillor Nicole Seymour

    Having 12 double storey units on 2 blocks is ludicrous land size 724 m2 and the other block is 726 m2 this makes 6 units per block, each town house should have least 1 visitor parking so the cars are not parked on the street, the service road is 2 way and narrow and the entrance to the service road from Stud Road will become a traffic hazard. Only 4 units per block this size should be allowed . Having such large developments is not in keeping with the Knox leafy green atmosphere.

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    Nicole Seymour local councillor for Knox City Council
    replied to Ethel Thompson

    Good Evening Ethel,
    Thank you for raising your concerns.
    I will ask one of our planning team to make contact with you as you have the right to formally object.
    I encourage you and any concerned neighbours to do so to ensure all view points are considered.
    Kind regards
    Cr Nicole Seymour
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