6 Gilda Court, Rowville VIC 3178

The construction of four (4) double storey and six (6) single storey dwellings

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 5 months ago. It was received by them 4 months earlier.

(Source: Knox City Council, reference P/2019/7444)


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  1. Stephen Mead commented

    You have got to be kidding me. High density townhouses in such a tiny court?... Don't be ridiculous.

    With 65% of households in Knox having 2-3 cars or more that could mean over 33 cars trying to find parking in that court if they don't include double garaging spots .

    Utter nonsense

  2. Robyn Ross commented

    Knox council is turning the area into another future Hong Kong. It's utterly disgraceful. There is no consideration given to the ratepayers and the state government, through VCAT, is no better. Daniel Andrews can retire to his farm whilst the rest of us have to contend with high density over populated chaos.

  3. Herb Mackay commented

    The land area is massive and should be able to accommodate the proposed number of dwellings, however I would be concerned with the potential number of additional vehicles (11 dwellings 2 vehicles) at least 22 vehicle movements in this court. Kids in the court would no longer be able to play safely.

  4. Rodney commented

    One of the reasons I bought in Rowville many years ago was for the low density housing. I put up with a lack of public transport and extra travel time to enjoy the space. I would have gone to the inner suburbs if I wanted to smell my neighbours breakfast or hear them fart with the compensation being able to jump on a train to go to work. Rowville’s roads and infrastructure can not support over development we have no public transport and that means the only option is cars. As it is Bergins road and Wellington roads are car parks.
    Complacency and being accomodating is how we got into this mess we are in today!

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