22-72 Robinson Road, Narre Warren North, VIC

Staged Multi Lot Subdivision

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 6 months ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Casey City Council, reference PlnA00288/19)

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  1. Fahad Hanna commented

    everyone had the right to make most use of their large land- This is easier than having a large mosque approved in the area- I think locals have every right to now pursue development and making use of their otherwise "expensive" and high maintenance properties.
    Best wishes

  2. Toni Arfaras commented

    The Narre Warren North area is supposed to be within a green wedge area with consideration given to the Casey Foothills. The recent amendment to the Cell N Development Plan changed the minimum subdivision size from 2000m2 to 1000m2 for the land at 2-10 Kostic Boulevard, 21-27 Robinsons Road, and 31-35 Robinson Road, Narre Warren North. Allowing blocks below this 1000m2 subdivision size is against what was agreed to by the City of Casey. If this does procede the rural aspect of this area will be lost and this will be to the detriement of the this landscape.

  3. Fiona Oravec commented

    What happened to the township zoned blocks being no less than 1000m2. The 31-35 Robinson Rd subdivision in the township zone are considerably less than this. Again what is the point of having rules if the council continues to break them when it suits them. We want to maintain Narre Warren North township character and green space areas. Why are we not allowed to object to this subdivision that breaks these zoning laws?

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