1 Agnes Street Bentleigh East VIC 3165

Construction of 1 x 2 storey and 4 x three storey dwellings

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

(Source: City of Glen Eira, reference GE/DP-32821/2019)

4 Comments

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  1. David Weiner commented

    Once again an overdevelopment with five dwellings resulting in traffic and parking issues
    15 cars parked in the street on this Sunday morning.
    Enough of inappropriate plans.

  2. Graeme Gibbons commented

    Please council, you are voted in by our local community to represent us
    We continue to see our streets become choked with cars parked in front of over development of houses on single blocks, we continue to raise this with you but it seems like your priorities are not to listen to the voices of the people living in our local community but to continue to destroy our neighbourhood. I call on the people to consider on who they vote on to council to represent us at the next election as I feel that we have not got the right people who are looking after or listening to our community.

  3. Tammy Kricheli commented

    Dear neighbours,
    Unfortunately, again we are facing planning proposal for 5 townhouses on ONE block. This means more people and more parking, which would affect our streets and may create precedence for the area, not to mention all other negative effects on neighboring amenities.

    Our neighborhood character can tolerate a sensible redevelopment but not overdevelopment, as currently only 2 townhouses are prevalent in the area.

    We are asking the council to help us to achieve that by keep our neighborhood tranquility as it is now.

    Just recently Council rejected the proposal for 6-8 Bevis Street (22 apartments), and now there is another proposal for 1 Agnes Street.

    For the last three years we haven’t been able to go on with our lives but to face yet another unreasonable development.

    As a result of continues attempts to force on us out of character developments we are gearing up to change the legislation and zoning for our area for reduced build mass and dominance under Res-code, considering overlooking, overshadowing, private open spaces, energy efficiency of existing properties etc.

    If you wish to be part of this initiative, please send me an email with your full name and phone number as we would be engaging Councillors and Members of Parliament to change the legislation of zoning. We believe that only if more residents can have bigger impact to expedite the changes.

    I will notify you with progress.

    overdevelopment2019@gmail.com

    Neighbours from: Bentleigh, Bentleigh East, McKinnon & Ormond that live in a residential area

    Tammy Kricheli

  4. Shirley Frost commented

    This is yet another proposal for over-development in this part of Bentleigh East, seeking to use a single block for 5 dwellings. Both Filbert and Agnes Streets are short streets (of only one block in length) adjoining Duckmanton Court which is a narrow access road for all dwellings in this court. These streets are already congested with commuters/workers parking and traffic cutting through to and from Tucker Road and Centre Road. Major construction of multi-storey buildings along nearby Centre Road will continue to increase this congestion, especially with no train or tram services in Bentleigh East. This proposed development is totally inappropriate for this site.

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