90 Sydney Road, Coburg VIC 3058

Demolition of an existing building, construction of buildings and works comprising a six storey building containing multiple dwellings above basement car parking, a reduction of the associated car parking requirement in accordance with the endorsed plans

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 12 days ago. It was received by them 5 months earlier.

(Source: Moreland City Council, reference MPS/2011/319/B)

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  1. Emeritus Professor Alexander Grishin AM commented

    This planning permit, MPS/2011/319/B, should not be approved for 3 reasons.
    1) It is a case of gross over-development with a six storey building + basement with major retail development and 37 units. This is too dense for the area available.
    2) The failure to meet even the basic minimum requirements for parking reflects this over-development. With only 23 parking spaces provided for the accommodation built and totally inadequate parking for the commercial development will force people to park in the street in this already dangerously congested part of Sydney Road in Coburg. As a resident, I am aware of the present traffic flow, this over-development will potentially lead to disaster with a threat to the safety of children and the elderly who presently frequent this area.
    3) This over-development is completely out of character with the neighbourhood and will reduce the quality of life in Coburg.
    This proposed development should be rejected and an alternative, more people-friendly and environment-friendly proposal sought from the developers.

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