119 Rose St Fitzroy VIC 3065

Part demolition to allow for the construction of a residential building with a reduction in the car parking requirements.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 7 years ago. It was received by them 3 months earlier.

(Source: Yarra City Council, reference PLN12/0644)

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  1. Alex Bean commented

    I'm a local resident and have seen that this application is for a 5 storey apartment block and a reduction in the the associated car parking requirement.

    It's a relatively compact area. 5 storeys seems way too high for the area. The nearest buildings dont go above 3 stoeys, so 5 will be very imposing on local residents.

    In additional, there is already limited parking availability around this area and it seems to me unfair to apply for less parking than is already required.

    There are loads of new apartment blocks going up around the area and there's much less parking availability generally for residents and people coming to the area for shopping.

  2. Bronwyn Halpin commented

    We are moving into the Fitzroy area and will be living in a new development next to 119 Rose street. The new townhouse development is at 108 Leicester st, Fitzroy.

    As our structure is going to be 4 levels high with the 4th level being a roof top terrace how does a 5 story building at 119 Rose street affect us by overlooking and by shading? As our view will be obstructed from the roof terrace if this development does go ahead.

    Hoping you will be able to answer my two questions,

    Thanking you.
    Bronwyn.

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