2-4 Old Warrandyte Road Donvale VIC 3111

Amendment to planning application PLN18/0562 by alterations to the development including layouts, windows, screening, access and services (Planning Permit PLN18/0562 was issued for Construction of a five-storey apartment building, associated basement car parking and alteration of access to a road in a Road Zone, Category 1)

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 27 days ago. It was received by them 6 days earlier.

(Source: Manningham City Council, reference PLA20/0201)

5 Comments

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  1. John commented

    This development went through a vcat process. Any proposed changes need to be compared to what was agreed by the developers and the residents at vcat.

  2. Benny commented

    Can a permit approved as directed by Vcat be amended through application to council later?

  3. Benny commented

    Can a permit approved as directed by Vcat be amended through application to council later?

  4. Kim commented

    I’m glad to hear that John, as the amendments listed in this submission summary include those that were outcomes from the VCAT process.
    No supporting documentation provided on the council’s registry as yet.
    Would it be expected that all objectors from the initial planning permit, receive council communication detailing the amendment application?

  5. John commented

    Hi all, I’m not sure what the council will do. I spoke to the responsible officer and was told they will not review it until next Wed. I suggest anyone that is concerned should contact the council. I raised the vcat decision and the officer said the developers should not change items that were part of the vcat case but that’s only verbal. The council also said it may not need to be advertised in which case no one will know what’s changed unless you go to council and compare the proposed amendments yourself. I’m not leaving this to chance and will contact council Wed and urge anyone else to do the same if they have concerns. Depending on what the council decides it may pay to have the planners that represented the residents look at the proposed changes and compare it to what was agreed at vcat. It’s interesting that if it doesn’t need advertising this would never have been raised other than on the planning alerts site.

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