9-11 Chapel Street, Willunga SA 5172

Land Division - Torrens Title (4 into 7)

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 25 days ago. It was received by them 10 days earlier.

(Source: City of Onkaparinga, reference 8094/2019)

4 Comments

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  1. Bronte Gould commented

    Sad to see this land listed. I hope the blocks are kept large in keeping with the area. And no 2 storey structures that resemble boxes. Is this a Heritage area?

  2. Lesley Redgate commented

    I live next door to this land in my state heritage listed home. I have lived here for 33 years nurturing and restoring my beautiful home. I hope state heritage will be consulted and any building that happens will be carefully considered before being approved. It’s a very serious issue and I hope it won’t destroy the history and identity of beautiful willunga. My home once had the sisters of st Joseph’s living here. There is a strong connection between the house and the church. Dividing the land and building between us will destroy the significant history which will be gone forever.

  3. Allison Reynolds commented

    Higher density and all the implications that eventuate, if this proposal goes ahead, will change the face of this heritage listed area forever.

  4. Ann Wallman commented

    I can’t help but think that the Onkaparinga Council have not got a long term plan for this area including Port Willunga. The charm of the area is rural and historical. Cheek by jowl housing is so out of place in this area!!
    It seems money is the main object with complete lack of thought and foresight into the future. Once this land and other areas are built on they are gone forever! Please see the sensitivity of the area.

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