66 Orrong Road Elsternwick VIC 3185

11 lot subdivision on land affected by a Heritage Overlay (HO75) and a Design and Development Overlay (DDO10)

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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 7 days earlier.

(Source: City of Glen Eira, reference GE/PP-33937/2020)


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  1. Anne commented

    where do we draw the line if we continue to allow developers to keep breaking regulations and create multiple dwellings that don't sell due to surplus of high density housing?
    The Heritage overlays have been established for a reason.. to maintain the integrity and historical significance of a suburb. At this rate, there will be no historical significant "anything" left for future generations to be inspired by.
    Development in Elsternwick has now crossed the line of "over" development; creating strain on infrastructure and traffic congestion.
    Where are the permits offering solutions to the problems that are a direct result of all these lot divisions? Lot divisions, which coincidently lead to further permits requesting the increase of number of storeys, and number of apartments?

  2. Jenny commented

    How is it possible to demolish something which no one can replace or build even similar? Where is planning authorities to stop all this mess of destruction of our suburbs, cultural heritage and the way of life. we vote for our councils to protect our cities and not to issue permits for kill our way of life and culture. Traffic and pollution what it brings from those permissions.

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