334 Plenty Road Preston VIC 3072

Six storey development comprising 10 dwellings and zero car parking spaces, as shown on the plans accompanying the application.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 12 days ago. It was received by them about 1 month earlier.

(Source: Darebin City Council, reference D/190/2019)

5 Comments

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  1. George commented

    Six storey development comprising 10 dwellings and zero car parking spaces

    Comment only: No Parking, do you expect that all 10 apartments will not own a car?
    Where will they park?
    Is this a new policy of the council?
    If people own electric cars in the future where will they charge them?
    Also 6 storeys is not appropriate for the area.

  2. Katrina Wilson commented

    no car parking?
    is this a joke?

  3. Alex Cooper commented

    The lack of car spaces in this development is concerning. While it is on the Plenty Rd tram line, I think that it's naive to believe that the residents will not own vehicles. In this particular situation, I expect that resident's cars will end up parked around the corner in David St.

  4. Stephen Taylor commented

    Lack of sufficient car parking in inappropriately planned developments along the Plenty Rd / High St corridor in Preston + Thornbury has already led to the blight of side streets full of parked cars.
    When will Council wake up and take action to ensure that developments provide a sensible amount of parking for private vehicles?
    Its not realistic to assume that residents will not already own a car or decide never to purchase one simply because they live near a tram line.

  5. Mandy commented

    Being near a tram line is no excuse for no car parking. Darebin Council needs to plan for the actual here and now. Residents own and use cars. Stop using being near public transport as an excuse to allow inappropriate development with insufficient car parks, based on their belief that we all use public transport and ride bikes.

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