12 Chase Avenue Roseville Chase NSW 2069

Modification to Land and Environment Court Approval 11291 of 2007 (DA1461/05) including realignment of gabion wall and changes to the stormwater system

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 1 month ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Ku-ring-gai Council, reference MOD0141/19)

4 Comments

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  1. Melvy du Toit commented

    Dear Sir/Madam.
    Countless scientific studies have shown that substations emit dangerous (as in cancer causing) EMF rays may extend to about 15 metres and beyond.

    As a resident who lives within 15 meters of this proposed substation we strongly object to its placement so close to residential homes. Why can the substation be placed further down the new private road further away from the houses at the end of Chase Ave and the homes above in Cardigan Rd?

    We bought our home in the bush to get away from substations and other cancer causing structures so will be using all the legal facilities at our disposal not to have this built so close to our homes. It will devalue our homes as well as being an eyesore to an otherwise pristine bush environment.

    Yours in strong opposition
    Melvyn Francois du Toit

  2. Vivienne du Toit commented

    To Whom it May Concern

    As a neighbouring resident, I would like to bring to your attention that I am concerned about the location of the AUSGRID SUBSTATION proposed on the development of 12 Chase Avenue.

    We purchases our property, 5 Chase Avenue because of the location and wanting to be away from the likes of substations.

    Substations emit low-frequencyelectromagnetic radiation (EMR) which creates an electromagnetic field (EMF).
    EMF have two components, an electric field and a magnetic field.
    The magnetic field radiation emitted by all sub-stations, even though non-ionising, are nevertheless dangerous to health.

    Another issue I am concerned about is the growing awareness of potential EMF hazard from substations among the general population and the effects this could have on the value of our property if it is in close proximity to a substation.
    It is a know fact that properties closer to substations tend to put off potential buyers, reducing demand for the property.
    When selling a property near a substation, you can expect that MOST buyers these days WILL notice the substation, at some stage during the buying process – or have it drawn to their attention in the property survey report.
    Even if buyers tend to overestimate the EMF affect of a nearby substation on a proposed property. This has a detrimental effect on the sales price and demand of a property.

    I'm not sure of what the visual impact will be, but potentially this could also be an issue for me.

    Based on the above I am not happy about the location of the substation and would like to voice objection to its proposed location that has just been brought to our attention, via the "MODIFICATION TO LAND AND ENVIRONMENT COURT APPROVAL 11291 of 2007 (DA1461/05) PROPOSAL "

    Regards
    Vivienne du Toit

  3. Cathy O’Malley commented

    Hello,our home is close to the proposed
    substation.I have 2 young daughters and am
    concerned about its proximity to our house.
    There have been studies done about the effects of electromagnetic radiation on one’s health
    (especially children)
    With so much land available why does it have to be located near houses.There must be other options that are not as close.

  4. Sarah Rou commented

    Hi - our home is close to the proposed substation and I'd like to object to the location chosen. There is considerable land available surrounding this proposed substation that is much further away from homes. I am most concerned about those residents who reside within 100 meters of the substation in Chase Road.

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