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34 Spring Mill Avenue Rouse Hill 2155, NSW

Residential Flat Building Development containing 339 Units.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 28 days ago. It was received by them 9 months earlier.

(Source: NSW Sydney and Regional Planning Panels, reference PPSSCC-134)

14 Comments

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  1. James commented

    Madness

    This will cause major congestion on the roads, that are already struggling.

    Hospitals and schools will also struggle.

    But I can assume council will approve $$$ anyway regardless.

  2. James commented

    We sit in hours of traffic daily, because of all this development which both the council and federal government fail to future proof.

  3. James commented

    We sit in hours of traffic daily, because of all this development which both the council and federal government fail to future proof.

  4. James commented

    We need more employment in the area, not more residential and definitely NOT HIGH DENSITY!

  5. Brett commented

    Please build this ASAP as we need Greenhills Drive to connect to Commercial Rd with traffic signals on the Commercial Rd side.
    Currently there are far too many accidents for residents turning onto Commercial rd via McCombe Ave and this development will solve this issue.
    Also this road connection should provide better traffic flow and alleviate the build up around Mile End Rd / Adelphi Street roundabout when everyone is trying to access Windsor Rd via Mile End Road.

  6. James commented

    Brett, you fail to recognise what needs to be done.

    The roads should be improved first and foremost
    Than build 300+ units (and plenty more to come) to cause further congestion and crowded misery to the area.

    I’m starting to think you’re in it with the developers $$$

  7. Richard commented

    I personally support this development.
    This will create jobs and a community. I would like to see the funding from this development will go into fast tracking upgrade in the area and for the community.

    Please go ahead with this approval and development

  8. Richard commented

    James, I found you are being really rude with other community in the area. It great to have a passion about things and development in the community, but seriously you don’t need to go and comment everything in the Hills Shire.

    Seriously this obsession is very unhealthy for your mind and body.

    Like one comment after another on one poor DA submission for the developer.

    Don’t be a Karen.. everyone who bough into this area know and understand what we bought in for. I myself do. Rome does not get build in 1 day.

  9. Amber commented

    Brett you probably will have second thoughts if you really know what's happening in the surroundings. GPT Group had just lodged a revised DA of 1.3BN worth of investment for commercial/residential/retail development in the Northern Precinct of Rouse Hill Town centre bound by Rouse Hill Drive, Windsor Road and Commercial roads and Caddies Boulevard. The proposed scheme envisions eight “super lots" with 2,100 residential dwellings spread across them, making a density of 230 dwellings per hectare ranging from 2 to 25 storeys. And 300++ units of apartments will be added to the site, developed by Hills on Central. In additional to that the new Rouse Hill hospital will be built along Commercial Road next couple of years. Traffic will be an absolute nightmare. We have had significant oversupply of apartments in the area and we definitely don't need more.

  10. James commented

    Brett, you fail to recognise what needs to be done.

    The roads should be improved first and foremost
    Than build 300+ units (and plenty more to come) to cause further congestion and crowded misery to the area.

    I’m starting to think you’re in it with the developers $$$

  11. James commented

    As per what’s mentioned in amber’s comment; So It Begins…
    couldn’t of been said better.
    Wait till this happens, there’s no turning back.
    There’s absolutely Nothing positive about overcrowding and overdevelopment! It’s a fact that it impacts ones quality of life, as well having phycological distress on humans.

    I suggest you get your head out of the sand Richard / Brett.

  12. James commented

    Amber,
    Sadly it will go through guaranteed. No one has a say. This is just a formality/ a tick-the-box for the government. Make it seem like you have input…..
    1.3bn is beyond the councils jurisdiction, at that level of cost will be the decision of the federal government. And I’m sure you know clearly can expect what the agenda will be and comes down to ($$$)

    Dicky boy/Richard,

    “Poor developer”

    “Everyone who bough into this area know what we bought in for”

    Err no… ive been living here for 11 years and it was great and seen it’s gone to crap and will continue to go down hill.

    As I said, the only thing that’s “unhealthy for your mind and body”
    Is what overcrowding does to humans, read about it……

    But I think You’re full of it buddy, whatever/whomever you are or whatever your agenda is.

  13. Richard commented

    James, and Amber
    How about you just sell out and move out mate. Seriously… if you don’t like it and hate it that much… how about you just put your place up on the market and move…

    I bought into the area knowing there will be apartments, and townhouse, and units. If you did not do your research and reading up, then there that’s your own problem. A lot of the people in the community wants to see developments, roads are coming, and infrastructure are happening, you keep echoing you want to see employment, have you though about the tradies who will be doing these work? Some of them could be our local dads, family business in our community, what about the restaurant and cafe that would be our local family business. I understand you are trying help and all to make our community to be less crowded, but seriously Life style has change, a lot of people do not wish to have to look after yards and lawns. Have you drove though some of the areas I have see now days a lot of people do not even have time for yards, some houses and natural strip are full of weeds and over growing with grass, we are all working longer and work are taking more of our time.
    Also with COVID last year there are a lot of work place has switch over to working from home, we are now spending more and more time at home and with that we are working longer hours. You can said people can hire gardener but have you thought about our wages hasn’t gone up for more then 12 months?

  14. Hans Schirmer commented

    I think Brett and Amber pretty much say what most residents think but couldn't be bothered to put it in writing. Overcrowded and roads that can't cope etc. etc.
    Unless you have a vested interest (R E agent or developer) you couldn't possible in favour of what is happening here. I have lived in Kellyville for over 10 years and did like it but now it's all downhill.

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