30 Station Street, Ferntree Gully VIC 3156

Development of the land for eight (8) double storey dwellings and removal of easements marked E-1 on Lot 1 TP643883J

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 1 month ago. It was received by them 6 months earlier.

(Source: Knox City Council, reference P/2021/6061)


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  1. Gerard McWilliams commented

    The approval of high rise constructions in FerntreeGully is ruining the local feel of our village. Please do not allow any more

  2. Julianne commented

    How many trashy looking units do we need in the foothills? Having all these units is going to make our quiet part of ferntree gully really congested. Enoughis enough stop ruining our beautiful quiet ferntree gully.

  3. Mike commented

    Does the design of this development fall inline with councils climate response policy? I see nothing in the plans for rain water harvesting, solar power, or communal battery.

    Is the design energy efficient, with good passive solar design to reduce energy consumption requirements?

    Will the residents of this development have access to a common garden for some food production?

  4. Steve Piefke commented

    These large constructions are ruining the feel of the FTG village and creating more and more congestion. Residents aren’t happy

  5. Steve Piefke commented

    These large constructions are ruining the feel of the FTG village and creating more and more congestion. Residents aren’t happy

  6. Kim commented

    If the developer takes into consideration the gum trees and provides abundant landscaping with large open spaces to each dwelling and the buildings are quality design built construction I have no objection.

  7. Jessica Brown commented

    Once again, overdevelopment strikes in the foothills. Is there anything good to say about this planning permit? No. It is not in character with the area, doesn't fit the Foothills Policy, and has numerous issues. We see this so much, with parking, privacy, poor environmental quality and liveability issues. I am also always concerned about easements, views, water management, traffic, noise, disturbance and damage to the neighbourhood feel of the area. What I'd really love is for Knox Planning to hand out information to would-be developers which only allows planning requests without all of these issues. Then we'd likely see more requests for single storey, smaller units with sufficient greenspace and no impact on others in the area.

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