27 Wakefield Avenue, Dickson, ACT

PROPOSAL FOR MULTI UNIT DEVELOPMENT - demolition of the existing buildings and the construction of 8 new three storey dwellings, basement car parking, landscaping and associated works.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 10 months ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 201936258)

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  1. Stephen Power commented

    I am a resident living at 8 McGowan Place Dickson (GRACE development). I am providing comments as the President of the Body Corporate, on behalf of the residents living at this complex. The proposed development at 27 Wakefield St Dickson will share a common boundary fence with 8 McGowan Place Dickson. The current wooden boundary fence is in poor condition and falling over. Before any building work commences this fence needs to be replaced. This will ensure no tradespersons will use 8 McGowan Place Dickson to access the building site at 27 Wakefield St Dickson. We stress 8 McGowan Place is private property and parking and access to the property is by restricted to residents and their visitors only. Removing the current fence and placing temporary fencing around the building site will not be suitable or secure. There is currently no access to 8 McGowan Place Dickson via Wakefield St Dickson, so once building work at 27 Wakefield St Dickson commences, privacy and no access other than residents and invited guests must be maintained.

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