123 Brighton Avenue, Campsie NSW 2194

Demolition of all existing structures. Consturction 28x room boarding house development over 3 storey & 1 level of basement parking with manager's room and front fence.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 9 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Canterbury-Bankstown Council, reference DA-678/2019)


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  1. Elias safi commented

    Hi , been living in dryden street for 35 years,what started to be a quit no through street turned over the years to become a very busy street with an absolute challenge to find a car spot if you come home after 5 pm, ( have a video to support my statement) , with so many units built over the years, and most houses or units with garages been used as storage rooms,so the street is full with cars ,and i can not imagine another 2 affordable housing development will be build on each corner of our street totalling 54 units.

  2. Dennis Markou commented

    Hi, As a resident of Tudor Street Belmore. I also reject this development. Campsie is an Affluent suburb that has favored the high rise citizen and has rejected the needs of the low rise single dwelling citizen. To add such a boarding house to this wonderful community is disrespectful for what Campsie means to the single dwelling residents that live in Campsie. This development will not only fuel anti social behaviors but it will act as a trojan horse for future development in the area.

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