79 Bransgrove Road, Revesby NSW 2212

Demolition of existing structures and construction of a two-storey, 48 place centre based child care centre with basement car parking

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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 5 days earlier.

(Source: Canterbury-Bankstown Council, reference DA-428/2020)

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  1. Alison Miller commented

    I live in 88 Bransgrove Rd Revesby diagonally opposite this proposed development. This has always been a busy, accident prone spot. The peak hours traffic has exploded since we got traffic lights and medium density homes. We had no signs on this corner til after seven deaths in the 60s/70s,we got give ways then stop signs. I've lived here since 1957.
    If this building is built, the drop off and pickups and onsite parking and local parking will impact on the park called Johnson Reserve which is used thrice weekly by schools and sport's clubs.
    Also trying to pull out into traffic or turning against out would be lethal as Queen St is very narrow at that point.
    Having lived here so long and knowing that there's a child care centre half a block away in Queen St and one on Bransgrove Rd, makes this centre unneeded.
    Also, there already a number of cars and trucks that park there day and night because it's opposite the park so they're not blocking their own drives. There not residents cars but locals.
    Indeed we have had three cars through the brick fence showing the speed and volume of card is no place for young children. Alison Miller

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