Carrington Caravan Park 110 Elizabeth Drive Rosebud VIC 3939

50 lot subdivision in stages - spear

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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 4 days earlier.

(Source: Mornington Peninsula Shire Council, reference P20/1680)


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  1. Trudy Litt commented

    50 lots seems a lot...the vegetation removal and lack of open green space would take away from the areas natural feel.

  2. Sue Farrelly commented

    Over Development of this Green area in Rosebud is Shameless
    No longer a Pony Club now Multi Units over packed
    10 Units further down from 110 Elizabeth Drive
    The effect they have on this area will be a total miss judgement of planning.
    110 Elizabeth Drive has many Black Boy plants, which are natural fauna.
    Abuts a quiet unmade private Rd, and will place a large impact on the traffic in Elizabeth Drive

  3. Maureen Murray commented

    I totally agree with you Sue.....before we know it our beautiful beach side suburbs will become just another overcrowded metropolitan suburb.....shameful is just one word for it!!.....I could think of many others!! The greed that money creates is destroying what can NEVER be replacedā˜¹šŸ˜”

  4. Ian Batty commented

    It good to get feedback and discussion happening, but the most important thing is that Mornington Peninsula Shire Council takes our views into consideration.

    Why not contact your local Seawinds Councillor:

    or just go to the main Council website, go to "About Us", and follow the links

    and let them know of your concerns

  5. Sophie commented

    I too am extremely concerned by the number of subdivisions and removal of huge old gum trees and native vegetation that is taking place in the area! It is having a hugely detrimental effect on the character of the Rosebud South area.

    Ian thanks for your suggestion - I have emailed the Seawinds councillor with my concerns, and the link to this page.

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