44 Lovell Rd Eastwood NSW 2122

Construction of a two storey 131 space childcare centre with a basement parking and 1x business identification sign.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 20 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: City of Ryde, reference LDA2021/0033)

6 Comments

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  1. Barbara Buining commented

    Disappointing to see yet another application for the demolition of another Federation house and established garden for a commercial venture, which will cause more traffic on this already busy narrow suburban road,

  2. Barbara Buining commented

    Disappointing to see yet another application for the demolition of another Federation house and established garden for a commercial venture, which will cause more traffic on this already busy narrow suburban road,

  3. Philip Brown commented

    I have lived on Orange st for the last 50 years.
    The above application is not suitable as it will cause traffic chaos with being so close to an intersection.Orange street is also too narrow to have cars parked each side of the road as it will only let 1 car pass through at a time.
    I ask that you reject this application.
    Philip Brown
    0419403902

  4. Philip Brown commented

    I have lived on Orange st for the last 50 years.
    The above application is not suitable as it will cause traffic chaos with being so close to an intersection.Orange street is also too narrow to have cars parked each side of the road as it will only let 1 car pass through at a time.
    I ask that you reject this application.
    Philip Brown
    0419403902

  5. Vicki Johnson commented

    This application for a childcare centre like others that have been recently submitted does not comply with Ryde City Council’s guidelines and is in an inappropriate area for such a large business enterprise.
    I would also like to call into question the need for any extra childcare centres on top of the already large number of centres that are existing around this area, the majority of which have vacancies. Half empty childcare centres will have a negative effect for fee paying parents as businesses are created to make money. It just does not make sense to build any more centres, especially these large scale proposals catering to large numbers of children.
    Added to this will be the loss of another character home in Ryde which quite frankly needs to stop before it is too late and all links to Ryde’s past are lost.
    I object to this proposal for the reasons above.

  6. MMK commented

    131 children on this small site?! Imagine the noise that the adjacent residents would have to put up with all day. In addition, there will be delivery trucks coming regularly. There will be huge numbers of garbage bins out for collection. We have an unwanted childcare centre in the street behind our house and the screaming and whining we hear when in our garden is not pleasant at all. This corner house sits well in its streetscape, and a two storey modern structure that replaces it will look out of place. I doubt that the basement parking will cater for 131 cars doing the drop off and pick up during peak times. I fear this is just a money making venture for someone, with no regard for the ambience, or quality of life of the neighbours affected. Sadly, even if Ryde Council rejects it, the Land and Environment Court will likely approve it, as it did the child care centre in Hollis Avenue around the corner.

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