112 High Street South, Kew VIC 3101

Buildings and works for construction of a twelve (12) storey building above basement car parking, comprising shops and 78 dwellings, use of the land for the purpose of dwellings, reduction in the standard car parking requirement (associated with the shops and dwelling visitors), alterations to access in a Road Zone (High Street and Denmark Street) and variation of the loading bay requirements

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 18 days ago. It was received by them 5 days earlier.

(Source: Boroondara City Council, reference PSec20/0205)

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  1. Nicole Ward commented

    Whilst precedent has been set with the high rise development a few doors away from this site, this is over development for the area, it impacts so many private residences which have been in the area for over a hundred years in some instances - the over shadowing, over looking and eyesore of these towers in the area is not appropriate. Height should be limited to perhaps 4 storeys at most. We understand demand for medium density living, however this is simply over development at its best, with a complete lack of understanding for the existing community, limitations to public transport options and capacity and congestion. This must all be considered in relation with such plans.

  2. Bob Appleyard commented

    I support the comments by Nicole Ward. Kew Junction is enough of a problem with its traffic congestion without inappropriate development adding to the existing eyesores of high rise accomodation and the consequent increase in impatient traffic flow.

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