8 Illawong Crescent, Greenacre NSW 2190

Demolition of Existing Structures and Construction of an Attached Dual Occupancy and Torrens Title Subdivision

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 2 months ago. It was received by them about 12 hours earlier.

(Source: Canterbury-Bankstown Council, reference CC-814/2020)


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  1. R.Ibz commented

    This street is to tight as it is already how are you accepting these building to go up and not considering the surrounding areas and residence . .the street parking and entering as exiting the premises are hard enogh now can’t imagine how it will be if this being approved . The council needs to understand and consider the neighbors who live near by . It’s just not right

  2. Sara commented

    Stop building duplexes in the area. There is no room. Who keeps approving this? We need a new lot of council members.

  3. B. commented

    I agree it’s all about the money making and not caring for residents . This is ridiculous if they see the street and how small and tight it is they would understand how frustrating as residents it is . Do the council not consider parking space . What if they have a family tht drive more them 2 cars what about street parking for visitors and other members. This needs to be stopped .this shouldn’t be approved what so ever

  4. John jablu yah commented

    You guys are a bunch of sisies we need more developments in the are

  5. Sara commented

    Typical comment from a money hungry developer. Your attention to detail, in this case spelling, is concerning. Bet that shows in your projects.

  6. L commented

    I agree with the previous comments. As a resident I am concerned with the number of dual occupancies being developed in this street. It is a narrow street and with the recent developments residents are already parking on either side of the street making it very difficult to enter or exit the street. There is only enough room for a single car to get through at a time so you have to park on the side of the road to let another car through. If there isn’t a space available someone has to reverse until there is a space or driveway. The council garbage trucks are already having difficulty emptying the bins and turning in the cul-de-sac so what problems is additional housing and therefore additional cars going to create. If the parked cars are damaged by the garbage trucks is the Council liable?

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