18 Macquarie Drive Cherrybrook NSW 2126

Change of use of existing dwelling to a group home

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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: Hornsby Shire Council, reference DA/1030/2019)


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  1. Ena commented

    We thought this application has been withdrawn as we comment to not suit group home in our environment. We don't wish to have group home near our home as we have small child and this area is totally family home not group home.

  2. Denise Pintado commented

    I live in Cherrybrook and we are surrounded by group homes run by Inala. The clients are our welcome neighbours and I am shocked by your very poor attitude. Group homes are for people with additional healthcare needs they are NOT a threat to children or families. I don't think you know what you are objecting to or what a group home is. My family consists of 7 children 18 grandchildren, we have never ever felt unsafe. You are misguided about your complaint!

  3. OH commented

    Ena - you need to read the actual application. Please.

    This is not a new group home, this is not about bringing hundreds of difficult kids into your street. This is about a status quo, about two people with a disability and their carer. These people already live and work here. You probably have not noticed them at all until now. And that will remain the same. This DA is unfortunate - it's a mandatory requirement for changing the status from a home with two people with a visiting support person to a home with two people with a support person who is allowed to stay the night in their own room. These people need your support as a Cherrybrook neighbour.

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