13 Pleasant Road, Hawthorn East VIC 3123

Construction of two (2) dwellings on a lot

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 11 months ago. It was received by them 6 days earlier.

(Source: Boroondara City Council, reference PP19/00657)


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  1. Mary Martin commented

    Here we go again, “construct two dwellings” but will they allow sufficient car parking? Define sufficient, well that would be one vehicle per occupant because that’s the way it works. So 3 bdrms, 3 car parking spaces PLUS visitor
    If there’s not enough land it’s simple, dig underground. Car parking is a joke in Boroondara. The Council should hang their head in shame.

  2. Kerrie Knott commented

    Mary, it is simple this lot simply is not large enough for the proposed dwellings. I agree at the minimum two car parks per dwelling plus one visitor car park per dwelling. That is 6 car parks for this development at a minimum as there is no street car parking now, let alone with new dwellings. At this time it is a proposal so those affected must scrutinize this application and object if there are any elements that encroach unfairly on the life style we all pay for and expect in Boroondara. Do not forget residents to have rights too!!!

  3. Mary Martin commented

    There is an answer. The developers need to dig an underground car parking however this adds additional costs to the build and it’s all about making money $$$.
    HOWEVER, we built a 3bdr apartment in Boroondara for our family of 4, with a Five car garage underneath. It can be done so why isn’t this being enforced and why are permits given “with a reduction in car parking”??????

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