56 Prescott Parade, Milperra NSW 2214

Subdivision of proposed Lot 1 and Lot 2 within a subdivision of Lot 10/DP731859 into 197 residential allotments and five residue lots for the creation of open space, bulk earthworks, constrution of internal roads, drainage and associated services over three (3) construction stages.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 21 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Canterbury-Bankstown Council, reference DA-4/2020)

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  1. Rowena Moss commented

    I am totally against this development.

    With an estimated some 450 million Australian native animals effected by the worst bushfires Australia has ever seen, I gotta say I’m horrified that you would even consider an application to develop the home of what could be some of the last remaining populations of some species.
    With all the devastation to their natural habitat it just seems incomprehensible that you would approve any development that would put them further at risk.
    Sadly many of these native birds, wildlife and plants species will be endangered or extinct after these devastating bushfires and its up to us to do everything we can to save them from this fate.
    Not to mention the major impact this will have on all residents within the district. There is simply not enough infrastructure for this development. We already have traffic problems on Henry Lawson Drive from Milperra Road to the M5.
    What about the extra traffic in the local streets, including past the primary school? What impact will this have on our already slow water pressure and congested telephone/broadband connections? There are also flood issues around the Riverlands Golf Course.
    This development would add at least two more cars per dwelling and we are talking around 241 dwellings. This would be an absolute gridlock and an environmental disaster. The community of Milperra is horrified as to what could happen to our safe and quiet suburb! We are totally against this development!
    The community of Milperra is horrified as to what could happen to our safe and quiet suburb! We are totally against the development of Riverlands Golf Course.

  2. John Honeybrook commented

    I am a resident of Milperra and I am totally against the development of the Riverlands site. We met with the developers, Mirvac, who are also the developers for the WSU site at Milperra. Mirvac representatives stated that there were no issues with traffic around the Milperra area and the development of Riverlands and the WSU site would cause no traffic problems. Surely the addition of 197 home sites on the Riverlands site would add a minimum of 1.5 cars per household which would add roughly 300 vehicles to the traffic flow.
    There are no plans to address the traffic problems and on this alone the development should be stopped.

  3. Lauren Fee commented

    I am a resident of Milperra and I am wholeheartedly against this development proposal.

    I, along with a very large number of residents who have personally attended the many peaceful protests of this development am aghast that our cries have fallen on deaf ears or stupid minds.

    We barely have enough infrastructure to support the existing residents of Milperra. The public transport network is lacking at best, we have next to no shopping facilities aside from our wonderful local shop owners, our water supply is low nation wide which I’m sure you can also agree, would not be aided by increased population. Our waste facilities are sub-par, Henry Lawson drive is far from sufficient, there are simply not enough schools in the area (both public and primary) to cope with a booming population.

    The wildlife would be severely disrupted, PROTECTED species of trees would be carelessly discarded to make room for the money in your pockets.

    I won’t even waste my time continuing to educate you about the things you should already know.

    Have any of you actually taken the time to stay in the area and actually assess what damage is going to be done if this proposal goes ahead? I’m guessing not because no one of a sane mind would allow that type of damage to occur in such a great community.

  4. Jackie Jarjoura commented

    I am totally against this development.
    It looks like Milperra has been ear marked for over development on every green patch it hold as precious with no regard to the impact it has on residents.
    Apart from the devastation to natural habitat it is just incomprehensible that you would approve any development that would put our native wildlife further at risk.
    The major to residents within the district is the obvious - there is simply not enough infrastructure for this development. We have major speed & traffic issues along Henry Lawson Drive from Milperra Road to the M5. I have given up long ago the idea I could turn right from my street onto HLD during peak hour. Extra traffic already dog leg through our local streets which sees an increase amount of vehicles at speed past the day care centres, preschools & the primary school.
    We have already slow water pressure, limited public transport, extremely poor and congested phone/internet connections and don't forget the flood issues around the Riverlands Golf Course.
    This development with the added 2 cars per dwelling would create gridlock and be an environmental disaster. The community of Milperra is stunned that this proposal is even being considered for our safe and quiet suburb! I am totally against this development!
    We are all totally against the development of Riverlands Golf Course.

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