414 Auburn Road Hawthorn VIC 3122

Construction of thirty-two (32) dwellings on a lot and a reduction of the standard visitor parking requirement and visitor bicycle spaces requirement.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website almost 7 years ago. It was received by them 5 months earlier.

(Source: Boroondara City Council, reference PP12/01158)

3 Comments

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  1. sandy rea commented

    This is far too many dwellings for this size block of land. There should be no reduction in the required number of visitor parking. This affects the general amenity and attractiveness of the surrounding properties and impedes the Residential C quality. This is far too overbuilt and highly objectionable.

  2. Sara commented

    I object strongly to the reduction in visitor parking visitor bikes and as this affects all the surrounding streets. The developers should have to meet the regulations which are there for a reason and not take short cuts. These buildings will have an impact on the environment for a long time and should be the best they can be.

  3. Christina Mowle and Paul Dillon commented

    We urge the council to enforce their own standards for visitor parking in regard to the proposed development. A reduction in visitor parking that forces extra cars into surrounding streets will make the Rosslyn Street/Auburn Road corner even more dangerous than it is currently. It is already complicated by the adjacent road island, the cobblestones and necking, traffic coming up the hill past the university, a steady stream of traffic and two bus stops.
    Dwelling numbers at the proposed development should be reduced to allow space for all parking on site - with the added benefit of reducing the degree of reckless over-development represented by the current proposal for 32 dwellings.

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