17 Urana Street, Kilsyth VIC 3137

Buildings and works to construct three dwellings, three lot subdivision and vegetation removal

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

(Source: Yarra Ranges Shire Council, reference YR-2019/671)

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  1. Ms Kim Mckay commented

    NO More HIGH Density building in the eastern suburbs, this is all heinous actions by gluttony real estate and so called development attacks upon Australia. These disgusting over valued death traps are a scam for public subsidies and unhealthy rip off for buyers.
    Every cleared area is a death sentence to our community, it's environment and ability to sustain life into any future.

    The invasions and infiltration's populations will sue them all or our local councils and local, state governments for the extortion, being ripped off on under valued materials to pass these structures off as higher quality.

    Our environment is being genocided for this gluttony and corporatism terrorism attacks upon a peaceful society, for all stake holders to keep aiding and abetting this deception of a future will see war crimes charges in the near future.

    The same goes for every council involved with these associations building and clearing and stealing tress and species on the face of Mt Dandenong, there is a Permanent moratorium on the face and population on the Mt Dandenong Ranges for the survival of all life - part of our catchments, smog control, aesthetics, no international, elite or corporate interests are NEVER to breach this permanent moratorium. True Constitutional charges and criminal charges apply.

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