19 Adelphi Terrace Glenelg North SA 5045

Demolition of all existing dwellings and outbuildings and construction of a seven storey residential flat building comprising 46 dwellings and a pair of two storey residential flat buildings, each comprising 5 dwellings

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 9 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: City of Holdfast Bay, reference 110/00457/19)


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  1. Paul Williams commented

    it states that it is only a two Storey development as long as it has room on site for owners and visitor parking and dose not impinge on Tod st or the surrounding area

  2. Bronwyn Watt & Darren Matthew commented

    I feel that the application here is a little misleading. It states two storey townhouses. When in fact it is a SEVEN STOREY (46 apartments), with 10 two storey townhouses in Todd street.
    This is a FIVE storey zone, so why is this development even being consider at SEVEN? I rang SCAP and they advised that it had to be at least six storeys. Seems the zoning is a joke not taken seriously.
    There is another 40 unit development (within 20 metres of this proposal) that was approved last December. This adjacent development has limited parking which will inevitably mean more residents cars being parked in the vicinity. We hope that you consider that Tod Street is very narrow and would find it difficult to accommodate more traffic and/or off-street parking. The area is already very congested. An extremely high-density living area, yet there isn’t enough thought going into the outcome of these high-rise developments.

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