8 Central Place Ropes Crossing

Shopping Centre & RFBs

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 1 year ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: NSW Joint Regional Planning Panels, reference 2019CCI034 DA)


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  1. Mark Pentecost commented

    The developer is planning to build three six storey high towers of units: each are two storeys higher than previously allowed by Blacktown City Council. The density of the development is unprecedented in our suburb and will spoil the aesthetics of the Central Precinct of Ropes Crossing. It is also contrary to the original Master Plan concept submitted for the suburb by Delfin Lend Lease.

    It will add to traffic congestion as residents exit the car park onto Ropes Crossing Boulevarde. Ganellan in their community consultations said there would be ten additional retail stores: this plan indicates just one of 40m2.

    I think a majority of residents will welcome more retail stores but oppose additional units.

    As a key member of Ropes Crossing Neighbourhood Watch group I oppose this development and the concept as the increased number of units will likely lead to more criminal activity.

  2. Ian Horner commented

    I am also against this proposal — in its entirety. I would be happy if the developer was completely banned from Ropes Crossing for having the gall to be so audacious.

  3. Adam Richards commented

    I think this is wonderful. More affordable homes for people in the west! I hope this will be approved.

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