11 Buller Street, Bellevue Hill, NSW

Residential Flat Building 3 Storeys

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 3 months ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Woollahra Municipal Council, reference 206/2019)

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  1. Ami Gale commented

    We would like to object to the proposed redevelopment of 11 and 13 Buller St, Bellevue Hill, on the following grounds:

    1. The number of apartments (proposal being 6) will increase the traffic and the load on street parking significantly, especially when only one visitor parking is proposed. We are located in a cul-de-sac, which is already overloaded by traffic from school (Bellevue Hill Public School), the local shops and residents.

    2. The building will be very dominant and out of character within the neighbourhood.

    3. There should also be provisions for additional privacy screens, from the overlooking balconies.

    4. There should be a few additional visitor parking as the proposal of a single parking would be insufficient.

    5. The proposed tandem parking for residents will encourage tenants/residents to park on the street due to the lack of connivence to park this way. There should be an alternate solution to this.

    6. Young kids also utilise the street and increased traffic will cause restrictions for kids to be able to enjoy the street and the outdoors.

    We think there should be a maximum of 4 apartments due to the limited space, the narrow street and being able to maintain a standard of living without too much congestion within our already over developed neighbourhood.

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