371 Princes Highway, Banksia NSW 2216

371 Princes Highway & 120-126 Hattersley Street, BANKSIA NSW 2216 - Integrated Development - Demolition of existing improvements, lot consolidation and construction of an eight(8) storey mixed use development comprising 50 residential apartments, ground floor retail, childcare centre at first floor level, roof top communal and private open space and basement parking

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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 4 days earlier.

(Source: Bayside Council, reference DA-2021/6)

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  1. Claire commented

    Council must consider the cumulative impact of traffic from the recent DAs on Hattersley St as these together will all have a big impact on the flow of south bound traffic on the highway from an increased number of cars turning right into Klimpton St. If these developments are all permitted then Council must make the highway south-bound from Tabrett St to Bestic St a no stopping zone to prevent serious delays to south bound traffic on the Princes Highway. Also the traffic report appears deficient in not considering the impact of traffic on Taylor Ave, which is a blind turn given parking outside the retail businesses there. The traffic report also underestimates the need for childcare parking for drop-off/collection and staff - nothing also that Banksia and Rockdale must be nearing saturation for childcare given all the new operators opened and approved to open over the past 12+ months.

    This application from the developer is poorly considered and weakly argued, particularly in relation to traffic impact.

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