280-282 Belgrave-Hallam Road, Narre Warren North, VIC

Use and Development of a Child Care Centre, Medical Centre, associated Car Parking, Removal of Vegetation and Reduction in Car Parking Requirements

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 8 months ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Casey City Council, reference PlnA00455/19)


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  1. Jess commented

    My children go to childcare and it is only just for the hour in the morning drop off and hour in the afternoon for pickup that traffic is busy and all day the Carpark sits empty.

  2. Samantha Merritt commented

    This intersection was done up to accommodate the huge amount of traffic that both narre nth and belgrave hallam rd have been battling for yrs.
    To place such a huge structure in such an odd spot, would surley risk more lives and vehicle damage.
    This structure should be elsewere in fountaingate. And not near a green wedge and farmingland. If the mosque does in fact go ahead, the whole idea of both rds beiing able to be used during their special prayertimes will see gridlock, annoyance and upsetting to residents,
    Narre warren North does have residents and we Will be heard!

  3. Jane commented

    Looking at the planning application and the capacity of the child care centre do you realise that taking into account the child to staff ratio that at a minimum the centre will need is 23 staff to meet the ratio. This is a conservative estimate.
    Then there are staff at the medical centre.
    40 car parks are possibly not enough.
    Possibly not your concern but after working in child care for many years 24 babies in one room is ludicrous! It all comes down to $$ though not what is best for the children.

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