18 Dering Street, Diamond Creek VIC 3089

Buildings and works to construct 8 dwellings

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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 about 1 year earlier.

(Source: Nillumbik Shire Council, reference 469/2018/03P)

3 Comments

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  1. Maria Jory commented

    8 dwellings on this site, in this street, is far too many. There are already problems with cars parked in the street already. Erosion is rife due to cars having to park on fauna areas due to the narrowness of the street. We already experience difficulty getting into and out of our driveway when this occurs. According to Vicroads, sections of this street is supposed to be a no standing area. With 1 visitor parking spot, this will only exacerbate the problem. Further to this, there are no other developments in this street with more than 5 dwellings. This should be the maximum allowed.

  2. Chris Smithers commented

    The area is not suitable for the additonal cars that this will generate. Each house will result in 2 cars minimum and the road will become an increased fire risk due to access.
    Sub dividing the block or even 3 properties might be OK and still allow a large number of the trees to be retained however 8 is excessive.

  3. Barry Hearn commented

    Dering Street has already been identified by the fire service as one of the most dangerous areas in Diamond Creek due to it's access.

    There is no overlay on trees in this zone due to the fire risk so this will not stop the development.

    Council aren't going to give up the opportunity to rake in more rates, even if it risks the lives off residents. I guarantee this will be approved.

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