497 Pacific Highway Mount Colah NSW 2079

Section 4.55 (2) - demolition of existing structures and construction of a two storey multi unit housing development comprising 17 townhouses & basement car parking

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 17 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Hornsby Shire Council, reference DA/706/2017/A)

4 Comments

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  1. BRAD ARTHUR commented

    PLEASE DO NOT APPROVE THIS APPLICATION AS THE AREA OF MOUNT COLAH IS ALREADY OVERCROWDED AND CANNOT COPE WITH THE NUMBER OF PERSONS (I.E. ELECTRICITY, WATER, ROADS, PUBLIC TRANSPORT, HOSPITALS, SCHOOLS, ETC)

  2. Wanda commented

    Asquith is over developed so don't do the same to Mt Colah. There are enough town houses and apartments in the area, so many still empty. No additional facilities, huge impact on traffic and parking already.

  3. Rhonda commented

    I am concerned about the use of dark colours of the roof and external bricks. As the suburbs lose their green space and tall shade trees they seem to be replaced almost all the time by heat/light absorbing colours that add to the heat island impacts. There also seems to be a very narrow driveway entry for the residents into this development that allows for a two car width then as it approaches their gate, changes to a single car entry.

  4. Nick commented

    We recent moved to Mount Colah from Marricville NSW. Inner West council is allowing construction of apartments in the Marrickville area everyday and it's now extremely congested. We were almost forced to moved out of the area because everyday we struggled to find a parking spot and we needed to drive for work.
    It's very sad to see this area turning into another carelessly planned congested suburb. The difference is that in Marrickville we had trains running regularly and frequently whereas in the Hornsby shire trains are infrequent and it seems like every weekend there is track work.

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