31 Clearview Cr Clearview SA 5085

Conventional land division creating three (3) allotments from one (1) allotment

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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 3 days earlier.

(Source: South Australia Planning Portal, reference 21010795)

5 Comments

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  1. David Trebilcock commented

    Just wondering how you could get three allotments on that lot. Would one of them be a battle axe allotment?

  2. Phil freeman commented

    When will the 1 into 3 stop?? Does nothing but cram people in with no backyard and no corresponding additional open space or fir that matter quality open space. Are parks around here are very poor. Lift your game and show some leadership council!

  3. Ben commented

    Phil Freeman makes no difference what you say your screaming into the void. If you want to see how 1 becomes 3 go have a look at corner of Guerny Tce & Fenton Rd Enfield. Thats unbelievable. I have made many comments about this madness but the council have told me they can't do anything. Its the State Governments fault. But saying no isn't hard but that would cost money. Its scary whats happening with land division around here

  4. Phil freeman commented

    When will the 1 into 3 stop?? Does nothing but cram people in with no backyard and no corresponding additional open space or fir that matter quality open space. Are parks around here are very poor. Lift your game and show some leadership council!

  5. Michael commented

    Ben, at least Gurney tce follows the 300m2 rule. I can't see how a 780m2 can be divided into 3 by the current rules.

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