200 Featherbrook Drive Point Cook VIC 3030

Development of 23 dwellings and associated subdivision

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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: Wyndham City Council, reference WYP13069/21)

11 Comments

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  1. Ian jones commented

    I am putting in an objection as the Saratoga Estate already has over 100 townhomes built within the estate, and anymore would over congest both the estate and the roads around the town houses due to cars parking all over the street. The estate is not as large as other estates in point cook however is overly populated with townhouses

  2. Colin Robertson commented

    I am putting in an objection as the Saratoga Estate already has over 100 townhomes built within the estate, and anymore would over congest both the estate and the roads around the town houses due to cars parking all over the street. The estate is not as large as other estates in point cook however is overly populated with townhouses

  3. Elaine commented

    In addition to my comment before, these town houses are death traps!! That poor young family that perished at 22 Totem Drive didn’t have a chance given the fire was started at the front door. Please don’t build more!

  4. Elaine commented

    I’m objecting to this, there are too many town houses in the estate and as you can see the ones on Umbrella Way are already congesting the road with parked cars despite their garages. Please do not build more town houses in the area!

  5. Nirmal commented

    I am putting in an objection as the Saratoga Estate already has over 100 townhomes built within the estate, and anymore would over congest both the estate and the roads around the town houses due to cars parking all over the street. The estate is not as large as other estates in point cook however is overly populated with townhouses.

  6. Lynette Killoran commented

    We put in an objection as the Saratoga Estate is currently over populated with 100 townhouses. We will consider selling if more are going to be built. We feel that the area is already over populated with too many townhouses and do not want the value of our townhouse to decrease as resale value could go down. Also due to a safety and security aspect with congested car parking.

  7. Arlene commented

    I oppose this developement as that area will be across another townhouse section, on one of the main roads getting in and out of the Saratoga Estate. With bicycle lanes and walking paths around, plus an exit to a main road Hacketts Rd. The visibility will be impacted for traffic, a safety concern.

  8. Jade baker commented

    I object to these townhouses as it will over populate the rec center and roads.
    This estate should be a nice tranquil slice of the west, instead it is quickly becoming over populated with rundown streets, homes and parks. We need more qaulity homes being built where people care about the upkeep and the area of which they live.

  9. HaiPing Wang commented

    This area is already over populated and putting another 23 townhouses / apartment in such a small area right at the entrance/exit of Saratoga will increase the chance of traffic accident.

  10. Haiping Wang commented

    I am putting in an objection as the Saratoga Estate already has over 100 townhomes built within the estate, and anymore would over congest both the estate and the roads around the town houses due to cars parking all over the street. The estate is not as large as other estates in point cook however is overly populated with townhouses

  11. Nev Howard commented

    The space & area is not sufficient to accommodate high density housing, and it’s already evident. I object to this as it’s not the right solution for the area

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