4 Lois Street, Winston Hills NSW 2153

Demolition of the existing dwelling and construction of an attached dual occupancy with 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 5 days earlier.

(Source: Parramatta City Council, reference DA/144/2021)

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  1. Tassy J commented

    The characteristic of this beautiful neighbourhood is being killed by all these unwanted dual occupancies. The old charming character of the neighbourhood will be permanently lost. There are already 2 duplexes on that street that has ruined the character of this street. All other houses are a single storey in the neighbourhood and this ground plus one duplex will affect privacy and sunlight of neighbours. The noise and traffic will also add up due to the increase in the number of these dwellings. The next street Naomi Street South also has dual occupancies proposed at 74 Naomi street south. The entire neighbourhood will become a massive construction site and will ruin the peaceful living of the old neighbours that are living there for the past 40-50 yrs. This only benefits the money-minded owner developers who will sell each duplex for more than 2 times the price purchased. Our property is landlocked between this 4 Lois street house and the other house on 74 Naomi Street South and we will be burdened by the construction pollution, lack of privacy, deprivation of sunlight and parking issues. We will permanently lose our property charm and value.

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