178 Clive Steele Avenue, Monash, ACT

LEASE VARIATION - To subdivide the block into two blocks and vary the resulting leases by removing child care centre from one lease and removing the residential care accommodation use, retirement village and supportive housing uses from the other.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 14 days ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 202138396)

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  1. Sir Robert Loxley Huntingdon commented

    When Monash was first developed as a suburb, the southern section was proposed to be a golf course! (That proposal was that far advanced at the time that it appeared in the "Gregory's Map" of the mid to late 1980's).

    How many more times will the ACT Planning & Land Authority allow Lease Variations that simply steal what was once deemed "community land" only to be sold off to greedy developers!

    You people and the ACT Government should be ashamed of yourselves! You are simply over-paid, low-witted, scum who willing take bribes on a regular basis! Never pretend that you actions are for the benefit of the community. You are the REAL criminals!

    Your actions are a blight on the great man whom this suburb is named after, General Sir John Monash, (1865 to 1931); together with those great men who fought and died for the freedom of our beloved country. (This area of Monash is now overrun with drug peddling, terrorists working out of the Canberra Islamic Mosque).

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