133A Hope Street, Brunswick VIC 3056

Partial demolition of the existing Grandstand Pavilion and Social Club to allow for refurbishments to these facilities

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 26 days ago. It was received by them 2 months earlier.

(Source: Moreland City Council, reference MPS/2020/114)

4 Comments

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  1. Chris Lyons commented

    The planning appliction also includes a 5m high tin storage shed and scoreboard located at the park entrance (near the cricket nets). The tin shed will obscure large parts of the view of the heritage grandstand from the street, neighbouring residents and park users. I have been advised that the Council doesn't require a heritage permit for the construction of a 5m high shed (despite the heritage overlay) and the council's heritage advisor did not consider a heritage assessment was necessary. This appearas to be a huge double standard to how council requires assessments for any other works in a heritage area. No community consultation has occured (i live directly across the street, my view of the grandstand will be directly effected. I support the club room redevelopment, but the storage shed should be removed from the tender until a proper options assessment and community consultation has been completed.

  2. Fiona Riley commented

    I agree that this storage shed should be removed from tender until a proper community consultation has taken place. The planning application is misleading by excluding this building. The proposed building is being inconsiderately placed in an area that not only would obscure views of the grandstand but also take up valuable green space in the area. I agree with grandstand renovations but an alternative proposal for this large structure should be considered.

  3. Fiona Riley commented

    I agree that this storage shed should be removed from tender until a proper community consultation has taken place. The planning application is misleading by excluding this building. The proposed building is being inconsiderately placed in an area that not only would obscure views of the grandstand but also take up valuable green space in the area. I agree with grandstand renovations but an alternative proposal for this large structure should be considered.

  4. Angela McGrath commented

    This will really spoil the entrance to the park that is used by so many. This needs community consultation absolutely. Very happy to support sporting clubs (as part of the broader community), understand they need storage, however not in an inconvenient location like this that detracts from this great community green space. Perhaps consider where buildings already exist near the carpark.

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