2 Malane Street Bentleigh East VIC 3165

Extension of time to existing permit that allows: Construction of a three (3) storey residential building comprising nine (9) dwellings

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 29 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: City of Glen Eira, reference GE/EXT-2664/2020)


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  1. Shirley Frost commented

    There has already been an extension of time granted a number of years ago. The most recent approval did not proceed to the building stage and the subsequent proposed sale of the land did not happen. There is obviously not the demand for this development on this site, especially given the amount of apartment development along Centre Road near Malane Street since the original permit was granted. Glen Eira Council should not grant another extension of time and should consider whether a development of this nature is needed or suitable for this site.

  2. Jan Wilson commented

    As a longtime resident of Malane Street, I wish to object to an extension of time, for this development on this site. The original Application was lodged with Council in September, 2014, almost 6 years ago. Despite planning changes and at least two advertising campaigns, there has not been sufficient interest by prospective buyers to proceed. In the meantime, hundreds of appartments have been built and sold within a square kilometre of 2 Malane Street. Surely it is time to accept that buyers are not interested in buying one of 9 dwellings on a single block, a development out of touch with the emerged and emerging character of the neighbourhood.

  3. Iman widjaja commented

    Its just destroying the character of the street by approving renewal of the 9 dwelling in a single block.! Please look around, how many apartment are being built on centre road and how many are up for sale and currently empty seeking tenant with shockingly low price due to over supply and low demand! Council should consider canceling the extension or not longer approve the renewal for now and future.

  4. Mary commented

    I object to the request for an extension of time. Six years is a long enough period to garner sufficient buyer interest if it exists. There is a surfeit of supply in a declining demand market, which will continue into the future given the current global economy. In addition, it does not fit with the streetscape of the area.

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