37 Derby Street, Kew VIC 3101

In accordance with the endorsed plans: Construction of a four storey building over a basement accommodating more than two dwellings in the General Residential Zone

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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 15 days earlier.

(Source: Boroondara City Council, reference PEOT20/0254)

6 Comments

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  1. Donovan S commented

    Crazy over development. 4 stories is ridiculous for a suburban side street. One could possibly accept 2 stories but really, this is beyond belief

  2. R.Hart commented

    Surely this can't be right. I thought it was a typo - but 4 stories and 15 dwellings?
    Come on Boroondara CC give this the flick.

  3. Debbie McColl-Davis commented

    No no no! Massive overdevelopment for this street

  4. Donovan S commented

    Crazy over development. 4 stories is ridiculous for a suburban side street. One could possibly accept 2 stories but really, this is beyond belief

  5. Li Chen commented

    Speechless about the proposal.

    The list of objection reasons can go on and on, non-suitable characters, privacy, traffic safety, gardens, daylight penetration, carparking, garbage collection, ect.

  6. Suzanne Smith commented

    Inappropriate over development of a suburban block in Kew.
    This will contribute to a great loss of the character of Kew. Another period house being demolished for a characterless box development.

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