5 / 52 Seymour Grove, Camberwell VIC 3124

(S.72) Construction of a two-storey building comprising eighteen (18) dwellings over two lots, a reduction in the car parking requirement associated with dwelling visitors and alter access to a road in a Road Zone, Category 1.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 5 months ago. It was received by them 6 days earlier.

(Source: Boroondara City Council, reference Post19/00657)


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  1. Mary Martin commented

    Just think, 18 apartments means approx 36 cars and nowhere for visitors to park except in the already conjested streets of Camberwell.
    If you truly care about our suburb please write/email your local member.

  2. T Pariani commented

    This block was built in 2016. The permit is actually to combine two apartments at the back and reduce the number of dwellings and cars.
    It’s a positive change. No external changes - just internal.

  3. Nita K commented

    I object to any reduction in car parking requirements. Finding parking in the vicinity of Seymour Grove (being just one lane behind the public library) is bad enough now and so any further allowances will only serve to exacerbate the problem. If the permit is to combine 2 apartments at the back then why reduce the number of parking spots?

  4. Dallas Gebert commented

    Enough with the car parking restrictions. There is no where to park now for residents in the area.

  5. TParainai commented

    There is no reduction in car parking here. Nothing changes in this current property apart from 2 apartments being combined to decrease the total number of apartments in the block. There are 18 car spaces in the basement As well as 3 visitor bays in the basement so nothing changes. The planning permit has been raised to advise that there is a change in the wording of the permit for dwelling numbers.

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