79 & 81-83 Wattletree Road, Armadale VIC 3143

Construction of a multi-dwelling development in a Residential Growth Zone and a Design and Development Overlay and creation of a new access to a road in a Road Zone, Category 1, and the removal of an easement.

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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 3 days earlier.

(Source: City of Stonnington, reference 1001/19)


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  1. John Nieuwenhuysen commented

    This is a heavy overbuilding of the site, with far too many stories

  2. Mary Conway commented

    Five storeys is far too high for this area, which consists mostly of single/double storey buildings. Demolishing these lovely old houses for such a huge development is disgraceful.

  3. John Tabbagh commented

    I would like to object to the height of the proposed building. At 5 stories it will be much higher than the existing 2 story buildings in close proximity. It will detract from the character of this strip. We need to prevent tall buildings like this to preserve the charm, style and character of this precinct otherwise it will become like Toorak Rd in the Forrest Hill area of South Yarra.

  4. Kelly Butcher commented

    This proposed building is far too high. It will overwhelm the smaller homes that are in close proximity. More cars will be added to an already over congested suburb. One of the reasons Armadale has dropped from 4th to 27th as Melbourne’s most liveable suburb.

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