2 Hawke St Ridgehaven SA 5097

Three single storey row dwellings, landscaping, retaining walls and fencing

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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 1 day earlier.

(Source: South Australia Planning Portal, reference 21023493)


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  1. Lorraine Henderson commented

    Three houses? And where are all these people meant to park?! Presumably those trees on the block will also face the chop - that’s more established trees disappearing from the area. Again.

  2. Rachel Danjkov commented

    Car parking needs to be looked at, the street already is a back thoroughfare with more speed limitation required. The block has already been cleared and can see the markers out for size of each block and what is left of vegetation.

  3. Unhappy TTG commented

    Tea Tree Gully council and SA government need to stop being so greedy and money hungry. Turning beautiful suburbs into slums. The parking in these narrow streets are also major issues.

  4. Grouchy Resident commented

    Accessibility is becoming a nightmare in many CTTG streets because too many little houses are bing put in with insufficient off street parking. It is starting to affect liveability in the area.

  5. Mark Smith commented

    Traffic management is conjested with the current new build of houses on Hawke Street.

    If there is fire at a house on this street and the fire trucks are unable to get through, the TTG council should be liable inregards with their fire safety committee under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016 for endangering lives.

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