76 Plenty Road Preston VIC 3072

Construct a medium density housing development comprised of a four (4) storey building containing 13 dwellings and one (1) office and a reduction in the associated car parking requirement in accordance with the endorsed plans

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 5 months ago. It was received by them 11 days earlier.

(Source: Darebin City Council, reference D/85/2007/G)

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  1. Paul Blamire commented

    Here is yet another development with a proposed parking reduction. The recent parking "strategy" fiasco revealed that council works to the fantasy that people living in any property built or modified in the past 15-16 years do not have visitors, or that all visitor vehicles can be accommodated off-road. This fantasy serves the interests of developers and perhaps some ideologues' version of a car-free reality but it is not the reality on the ground in Darebin. This development should be required to maintain statutory amounts of parking, if not more.

  2. George K commented

    This is what the council will proposing for parts of Darebin and probably the rest of it in the future.
    "Darebin City Council are proposing to introduce 2 hour parking limits for all our streets, shown in the map sent to residents).

    The proposal will restrict all affected residents from parking on their street and limit visitors and the people who try to use our wonderful amenities. Visitors permits would only be available for a month. It will disadvantage larger families, shared households, older residents, community connectedness and impact on us all. This is a bad idea and we need to unite to show them that we do not support this proposal. There is a petition.

  3. T Howard commented

    This permit is confusing as there is already a 4-story apartment building here. What is the permit for?

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