234 Waterloo Road, Oak Park VIC 3046

Construction of a multi storey building containing 35 dwellings

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 6 days ago. It was received by them 5 months earlier.

(Source: Moreland City Council, reference MPS/2020/45)

3 Comments

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  1. Zoe Anderson commented

    Seriously Moreland Council. 35 dwellings on this size block? Your planners must have the worst nights sleep destroying our local municipality like this. Shame, shame, shame!

  2. shelia Burgess commented

    Disgusting now 35 plus cars parked on the road, along with cars parked from the railway station. Noticed people from new developments on Waterloo rd mostly park on the road, as garage assess is very poor, due to poor design of driveway.

  3. JOHN SULLIVAN commented

    Hi,

    I am a resident of the Moreland city council and I object to a six storey dwelling in a residential zoning.

    Please reconsider the size of this building.

    Please consider 1 car space for each 1 bedroom apartment and 1.5 car spaces for each two bedroom and 2 car spaces for each 3 bedroom apartment. Visitor car spaces of 20% to total dwellings should also be considered if the building is to go ahead, (35 apartments = 7 visitor spaces)

    On the immediate street front should have 2 designated car share (eg. goget) car parks with adequate parking signage.

    Appeasing the aforementioned is the only way I would provide my support as a Moreland citizen.

    Regards,

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