1090 Mickleham Rd Greenvale VIC 3059

Development of 56 (fifty six) dwellings and waiver of visitor car parking

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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 9 days earlier.

(Source: Hume City Council, reference P24449)

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  1. Andrew Bagnato commented

    Hey we were promised by developers that would be a future shopping complex, me and my wife purchased in the area with this information in mind. We dont want more dwellings built there, we need a supermarket and more shops to service the new areas of Greenvale. All the new areas being built behind Aspect will only add to what already stands currently. Not happy at all, I think I speak for many people in Greenvale.. we want more shops to help our community grow. Greenvale Coles/ Post office is already at capacity. Please dont allow anything built there other than shops.

    Thank you

  2. Bec commented

    Promised by developers that would be a future shopping complex, which was one one of the reasons we purchased in the estate. We dont want more dwellings built there, we need a supermarket and more shops to service the new areas of Greenvale and help with future growth and expansion. More dwellings would make the estate and Greenvale completely over populated with no additional shops to cater. Not happy at all. Please dont allow anything built there other than shops.

  3. Mohamed Nashad Najimudeen commented

    We are disappointed with the proposed development of dwellings as we were hoping there will be a child care center, grocery store and other amenities. There is even a board by Pask group saying this is going to be called Providence Village with facilities for the local community. We would like to object this development.

  4. Aylin Metin commented

    Promised a future shopping complex! As the sign says also! Will definitely be contesting this along with many other residents. Absolutely shocking!

  5. Cuneyt Ozusen commented

    Load of lies! Can see law suits happening here.. providence and aspect will go to court for this. they all promised it’s a shopping Center coming and even showed plans for it so people can buy in this area now they wanna build homes this is a big joke! We don’t need anymore homes here Greenvale needs a proper shopping Center with decent shop and banks etc..

  6. E Gouvas commented

    One of the reasons I purchased land in this estate was because of the proposal to build a shopping complex . It has been 9 years and I am still waiting and to hear it will now be a dwelling is very disappointing and will definitely object to it

  7. Jamie Knoll commented

    We bought our block of land in Providence.
    Pask Developers promised there will be a shopping centre built here and that’s the main reason we bought and built in Providence. It’s now been 8 years since we built and to date no shopping centre.
    Now the land that was supposed to be for the shopping centre they want to build more houses??? Thanks a lot Pask, I feel like we all were lied to from the start!! I’m now selling my house and moving. Thanks again Pask!

  8. Nadia Baluch commented

    Dear Sir
    I’m a Dr working in the clinic near by in the community . I moved into my house in 2016. When we bought the house we were advised that a shopping centre will be built there by Pask
    There is no shopping centre till date .
    This is disappointing that no shopping centre as advertised and after 8 years dwellings are coming up
    I object to the building of dwellings
    Please deliver a shopping centre as promised and as advertised
    Kind regards

  9. Leanne Pascoe commented

    Nooo. We were promised a shopping complex, which we desperately need. That is what this land was meant to be used for, not for more houses. We have been patiently waiting for over 8 years for this shopping complex. I originally heard it was going to be a Safeway with some smaller novelty shops, maybe even a post office and even a bank, which would be great. But please please no more house/dwellings. Our estate and our roads cannot handle anymore. We are at full capacity. Look after the people you have.

  10. Elizabeth Popovic commented

    Ridiculous!
    Where is our promised shopping centre?!
    This was on the plans when we purchased land.
    NO to more dwellings.

  11. Nathan stevens commented

    This area of Greenvale desperately needs some shops and other services the community can utilise, without having to travel to other suburbs. Even having a place where locals can come for a coffee and meet would be a great improvement in terms of bringing people together and enhancing overall liveability.

    Adding more dwellings will only decrease liveability and deny residents of services that they deserve and have been waiting a very very long time for.

  12. Sema commented

    This is an unfortunate turn of events for our area. The signs that suggest that that area will be a future shopping complex are still up! Part of the reason we purchased was because of these promised shops being developed and we have been patiently waiting for them. This is such a disappointment. The traffic in the area is already a nightmare! The residents in the area do not approve!

  13. Sati commented

    We were one of the first land buyers in providence before the blocks were even subdivided or roads were built on the clause that Napoli park and a future shopping centre would be developed in the area. Many other residents in this area have purchased for the same reason and it is extremely disappointing if this will not go ahead as promised. I believe we would be entitled to some form of compensation if the shopping centre development does not happen and there would be some legal ramifications for this misguided and misrepresented block sales.

    What makes it even more disappointing is that for years we have been driving passed the sign that states “future shopping centre coming” everyday waiting patiently for this shopping centre that now may never come.

    The morning and afternoon traffic is already congested with one entry and exit point to the estate and to even think about adding another 56 dwellings to the mix is unreasonable and ignorant.

    We do not approve of more dwelling as the residents of this estate that will be directly affected!!!

  14. Ian Savage commented

    Moved into Aspect 8 months ago (very near the proposed shopping centre). Was looking forward to the eventual construction of a shopping centre which I believe is much needed in this part of Greenvale.

    Am extremely disappointed that Pask Group wants to add more houses to an already overcrowded residential state north of Somerton Rd.

    It would also be very disappointing for the many home buyers who purchased homes in the belief that a shopping centre would be built which had been promised for many years.

  15. Stephen O’Connor commented

    I would not have bought in this estate knowing there would be more development over a promised shopping Centre. We were promised a shopping Centre, we deserve a shopping Centre not lies fed to us. All other estates have had what they were promised such as schools and child cares and we deserve the same. Our estate has nothing, you can’t use a shopping Centre as an incentive and then once it’s all built up take that away.

  16. Teresa Sako commented

    PASK Group, please deliver on your promise of a shopping/retail complex. When we purchased land back in 2014, one of the main reasons we decided on Aspect was due to the fact that we'd have local amenities within walking distance. Based on your website, your in final stages of planning with the first stage commencing this year. We oppose any other development other that what you've promised!

    From PASK group website as at 22/4/22 'Providence Village is a planned mixed use project situated within Pask’s Providence Greenvale residential community.

    Now in the final stages of planning, we anticipate that the first stage of retail will commence in 2022, including a supermarket, pharmacy, medical and large format and specialty retail offerings'

  17. Mamun rashid commented

    Promised by developers that would be a future shopping complex, which was one one of the reasons we purchased in the estate. We dont want more dwellings built there, we need a supermarket and more shops to service the new areas of Greenvale and help with future growth and expansion. More dwellings would make the estate and Greenvale completely over populated with no additional shops to cater. Not happy at all. Please dont allow anything built there other than shops.

  18. Wai Ling Ko commented

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    we were promised by developers that would be a future shopping complex.
    We dont want or need more dwellings built there, without balancing that out with shops, facilities and infrastructure that service the new areas of Greenvale.

    Not happy at all, I think I speak for many people in Greenvale..
    The existing Greenvale Coles/ Post office is already at capacity. Please dont allow anything built there other than shops and facilities

  19. Guy commented

    I am not sure whether the inner streets and the roundabout on Dallamore Boulevard would be able to service this number of dwellings, we've been promised that a shoppi centre will be built to service the growing area and surroundings as well. This is not acceptable at all.. The developer has simply lied to every one, very greedy indeed.

  20. Shivika Chandra commented

    We oppose this application. The area is already congested without the relevant infrastructure to support current residents. We were promised a shopping centre to cater for Providence Estate residents and the residents if nearby Estates. Building more houses without supporting infrastructure is nonsensical.

  21. M Macri commented

    I can confidently say that Pask used the future development of the shopping centre at this location to lure unsuspecting land buyers to the estate. Despite the fact they lied, further residential dwellings will exacerbate the terrible traffic and street parking situation in these estates due to the higher density and poor infrastructure in the area. Residents in the surrounding streets, like me, strongly oppose the approval of permits for 56 dwellings. We need amenities within walking distance, due to the fact that the current shops in Greenvale are at capacity, have limited options and are not accessible by foot due to there being no footpaths, and unsafe roads for pedestrians.

  22. Isaam commented

    Misleading and unacceptable. We have been eagerly awaiting the proposed shopping complex. Please follow through on what was originally promised.

  23. Hasan Tan commented

    A retail complex was promised to the residents of the adjoining estates who need to travel to other parts of Greenvale or neighbouring suburbs for amenities, shopping etc.

    Secondly, Mickelham Road from somerton road to Craigieburn road is and won't be equipped to deal with the additional traffic of more residential dwellings in this area. There have been no plans To double lanes end to end.

  24. Sophie commented

    Promised by developers that there would be a future shopping complex, which was one one of the reasons we purchased in the estate. We dont’t want/need more dwellings built there, we need a supermarket and more shops to service the new areas of Greenvale and help with future growth and expansion. More dwellings would make the estate and Greenvale completely over populated with no additional shops to cater for this community. Not happy at all. Please don’t allow anything built there other than shops.

    I object to the building of these extra 56 dwellings.

    Please deliver a shopping centre as promised and as advertised.

  25. Tanya roberts commented

    Moved into Aspect 6 years ago. Was looking forward to the eventual construction of a shopping centre which I believe is much needed in this part of Greenvale.

    Am extremely disappointed that Pask Group wants to add more houses to an already overcrowded residential state north of Somerton Rd.

    It would also be very disappointing for the many home buyers who purchased homes in the belief that a shopping centre would be built which had been promised for many years.

  26. Bieju commented

    We were promised a shopping complex, which we desperately need.

    I object to the building of these extra 56 houses instead of promised shopping complex.

    Please consider people living here without getting any support or facilities from authorities

  27. Tasha White commented

    This is beyond disappointing. We moved into Aspect 3 years ago and have been eagerly awaiting the commencement of construction for the proposed shopping complex. With young children, like many, many families in the area, having somewhere local to walk to for grocery items etc is a huge benefit both physically and mentally. There are no walking paths out of Aspect or Providence. We have no foot access to the current shopping complex on Greenvale drive. We do not need more dwellings, our roads can barely cope with the current density as it is. This is frustrating and disappointing.

  28. David Fitches commented

    We also purchased our property on the belief that this area would be new shops.
    This move smacks of fraudulent and deceptive business practises. Further more, given it's zoned for retail development, someone will likely be taking bribes to allow PASK to further line their own pockets.
    Expect a demand for a class action law-suite and corruption investigation if this is allowed to proceed.

  29. Megan E commented

    This is not acceptable! I don’t know how this permit could be accepted - like many others in this thread, the promise of shops was one of the reasons why we purchased land in this estate.

    We don’t need another 56 dwelling here, traffic getting here is already getting ridiculous. Building these will just make it unbearable!

  30. Nicholas Michel commented

    I purchased land in the area on the promise that the shopping complex will be going ahead. We have been mislead and have waited up to 10 years for a promise that has not been delivered.

    Our estate is becoming increasingly difficult to live in with traffic, poor infastructure and the need to travel to purchase basic essentials such as milk and bread.

    We have been sold our property on the basis of lies. I will support my neighbours and friends in exhausting all options to stop this going ahead and seeking compensation for this unjust and fraudulent action.

    Very disappointed.

  31. Karen Meyers commented

    This is extremely disappointing. We are in need of a shopping complex in the area that we can walk to for our basic needs. To sell people land with the promise of a shopping centre and then to change plans once all the land has been sold is deceiving. I object to this new plan.

  32. Margarita Gregov commented

    I am very saddened and disappointed to hear of the possibility that the Pask Group land that was promised as a shopping centre may be more dwellings. We bought in Aspect with the knowledge that there would be a shopping centre in our vicinity. We need more shops, cafes, and specialty stores to service the many people that are living, and building to live, in the new area of Greenvale. How can this even be a consideration, it doesn't make sense!! I strongly oppose the approval of 56 dwellings at this site.

  33. Chloe Meyers commented

    Beyond disappointed to hear about the dwellings plans despite reassurance over the years that land was to be a shopping strip. Promising locals convenience to sell land and then revoking that promise once the estates are established is incredibly deceiving.

  34. Suzan Lee commented

    This is beyond disappointing to hear. I moved to Greenvale considering the promising of new cafes as well as shopping precinct. Namely between aspect and providence estate. I have been anticipating the beginning of these plans since moving however seeing this has made me want to move again! Nobody in Greenvale wants more "dwellings" as such. We want a more liveable suburb that has convenience, it's populated enough. Hume do something right for once would you?!

  35. Andrew commented

    Purchased a block and built our home on the promise of local shops that we can cycle or walk to being built. The PASK Group need to be held accountable. They cannot get away with misleading Greenvale residents.
    Mickelham and Somerton roads are struggling as is. We need improved infrastructure, not another 56 dwellings.

    It’s also worth noting still have published on their website that a shopping centre has been approved and construction will commence shortly. Greenvale residents, it’s time to stand up these developers and oppose this inappropriate developments.

  36. K.Possagno commented

    We purchased in this estate expecting the shops and child care Centre as advertised by Pask to have been built by now, this is the lifestyle we thought we had bought into as we planned to build our family here. The child care instead was built in Maples and only opened last year and signs removed years before. Since purchasing in the estate we have had our daughter who we cannot take to this childcare as expected and instead need to travel instead of walking as planned based on Pasks advertising.
    We walked past the very large sign on Montenegro rd this morning (24/4/2022) which has been there for years which advertises ‘Providence Village Future Shopping Centre, PASKGROUP’. How can Pask still be advertising a shopping Centre and clearly have no intention of doing so given this planning permit. This should not be approved, PASK have managed to build a whole new estate next door while still making empty promises to customers whilst taking their money, they could have completed the shopping village in this time twenty times over which would be a huge benefit for the area and reduce traffic on already struggling roads. (Keeping in mind no one from Aspect, Providence or Greenvale Gardens can currently safely walk or cycle to the Greenvale Village due to the lack of paths and planning.) PASK should be held to account for what they have promised to all in the estate and surrounding area and still advertise to this day. Hume Council should be helping their community to better the area and the quality of life for the residents in holding Pask accountable for their promises which they would have also made to Council when seeking the initial development approvals.

  37. Andrew commented

    Purchased a block and built our home on the promise of local shops that we can cycle or walk to being built. The PASK Group need to be held accountable. They cannot get away with misleading Greenvale residents.
    Mickelham and Somerton roads are struggling as is. We need improved infrastructure, not another 56 dwellings.

    It’s also worth noting still have published on their website that a shopping centre has been approved and construction will commence shortly. Greenvale residents, it’s time to stand up these developers and oppose this inappropriate developments.

  38. Smith Paul commented

    This s is ridiculous we purchased in the area on the understanding that there would be a shopping centre built on that land, now they want houses. We say no we need the shops in this area

  39. Joan Audino commented

    An updated plan has recently appeared to include the proposed Shopping Center however many of the Providence and Aspect residents are strongly opposed to the planned 56 Townhouses on the remaining land. The total infrastructure is lacking and Providence estate is at capacity.
    Residents have waited patiently for what was promised- better roads, paths, walking tracks cycling paths and a facility with a family emphasis
    If Hume Council are pushing for a Community Activity Center why not include that along with the a shopping Center and small park area Not the 56 Town houses! Furthermore if this plan is approved traffic flow within Providence estate will be horrendous regardless of Garibaldi Rd access.

  40. Ali Kathawala commented

    Its an extremely disappointing development especially considering that there has been no progress with the shopping center that we were promised at the time we bought our property in Aspect back in 2016. Either we were sold a bunch of lies or the lack of accountability means anyone can get away without delivering on their promised commitments.
    We do not want any more dwellings at least until the promised shopping center is up and running.

  41. K. Vidot commented

    Extremely disappointed in the application to build 56 townhouses in this location. The estates north of somerton rd need more facilities and infrastructure and not more townhouses.
    Complete lies from PASK. I would not have bought so close to this block of land knowing it would consist of 56 townhouses. We paid a premium price for our land. It is a quiet neighbourhood with well kept houses and gardens. Now it’s going to reduce the value of our property with rentals, unkempt gardens and countless cars permanently parked on the road.

  42. Domenico commented

    NOT GOOD
    we had bought our home in Providence Estate for the sole reason that a shopping center would be built right across the road from the house and that would happen in a very near future, like it has been advertise on the Pask Group web page, and also on a big board standing in a corner of the land where now they want to build fifty six ( 56 ) town houses. well--well first thing that come to my mind is.. are this people crazy? Secondly they (PASK GROUP ) by building those dwelling they have been lien and deceive the people whom trusted them and pay top dollars for property's; and if by any chances the Hume Council would approve the plan they are your accomplice . Personally and with many other rate payers opinions we think that the road in the vicinity of the propose plan are not made for more traffic than wat all ready is.
    Please reconsider your plan and deliver wat you originally promise a ( SHOPPING COMPLEX ) that is wat every one want and the all of Greenvale needs .
    We are all very --very DISAPPOINTED

  43. Has commented

    PASK so far has delivered a good estate. The promise of shops is aluring . No townhouses were mentioned in any brochures, convieniently. Even driveways are poured for standard house blocks on Montenagro Rd. This was deceptive to the existing and new homebuyers.

    56 townhouses in that formation dont match any part of the established development. Unsightly and not suited to the neighbourhood, let alone the many other issues when u jam that many people with no infrastructure together. Hume Council should block or heaviliy restrict this deceptive and greed focused development.

  44. Vik Ram commented

    Pask group ,Hume city and Victorian government, pls do not carry out similar actions that happen in Communist countries or 3rd world countries that are bought by giant nations where the citizens are fooled and never heard but developments happen without any concern to the people or environment but only as a financial benefit.
    People have bought land into Greenvale to raise families in their family homes not townhouses with a proposed shopping centre here and now when the surburb s are almost full , the sly hidden trick of putting 52 townhouses comes out of no where. As it is ,there is traffic jam on Mickleham road despite extra lanes , there will be increase noise ,air pollution , no parking for residents or their family members , 24/7 traffic flow , crime rate and just a hideous outlook as a congested concrete jungle for an ironic name such as “ Greenvale” …how disgusting can human beings be in this era ,we are not a communist country but treated like one when no one really hears out the voices of the hard working tax paying citizens , this townhouse construction should not get even a day into its plan but Pask group should stick to its original plan of shops and supermarkets. It is sad indeed for things like such happen in a country like Australia . It will affect Maples, Providence, Aspect ,Greenvale Gardens etc etc so let’s get together now .

  45. Sarika commented

    This is extremely disappointing as I moved to Providence estate with my family just four weeks ago and now hearing the proposal for new development, 56 Townhouse dwelling. We were promised by PASK Group back 10 years ago when we purchased our first land that there will be a local Town Centre built. We are in need of a shopping complex in the area that we can walk to for our basic needs. To sell people land with the promise of a shopping centre and then to change plans once all the land has been sold is deceiving. I totally object to this new plan. Hume Council should hear the local residence voice and heavily restrict this deceptive development proposal.

  46. Tam Duong commented

    As a resident of Greenvale, I see the construction of 56 townhouses are not appropriate taking traffic and facilities into account. Hume City Council should consider and stop the construction of those townhouses.
    Thanks

  47. Nicky Dionysiou commented

    The council strikes the currently living population of Greenvale and surrounding estates with fear. Fear that councils, governments and so called representatives of said peoples, are focusing on pushing their own agendas over hearing and promoting the changes that people are calling for. No one in my community wants these townhouses built. There are so many more pressing developments that should take priority like the current traffic conditions of Mickleham; the estate turn offs that need redesign to actually ALLOW traffic flow, expansion and future proofing of Mickleham road to accommodate CURRENT new developments not to mention the shopping centre that has been “in the works” for years now that all our community is bursting at the seams waiting for!

    Naturally land will be developed- there is no stopping that, but let those developments be of value to the community and done at the right time! Bigger stand alone dwellings with backyards for dogs and parking space aplenty for residents and visitors. This is GREENvale, not an inner suburb stuffed with townhouses, apartment blocks and no land! Don’t sell us short! Build what we need- and when it comes to residential areas add value not quantity of “dwellings”.

  48. Rachael Tatli commented

    I do not believe this should be approved. These estates never showed townhouses and we were told there would not be any. The area needs space for the shopping centre not town houses that have no visitor parking and will just congest the area more

  49. Robin Joseph commented

    We purchased our block on the basis (promised) that there will be shopping centre, childcare centre in the precinct and low density living in this prestigious community with every houses to be designed to a very strict guidelines stipulated by the developer at a premium price. We can all object and council May listen and object to the proposal. PASK will then approach VCAT and get approval on technicalities. Feel like we been fooled by PASK.

  50. Concerned Owner commented

    Existing residents are struggling with grid locked traffic on Mickleham Road with all new estates popping up, with little thought or planning of the existing infrastructure in place. The last thing residents need is more high density housing fuelling an already existing issue. Residents were sold land and homes on a promise which is still advertised on the billboard of the said allotment. It's deceitful to change those plans now and the council should be doing a better job of protecting the rights of its ratepayers.

  51. Gina commented

    We donot agree on having more houses especially in this area which is already congested and one entry and exit. We moved here in this area with the hope of a shopping centre which we urgently need on this side of Greenvale. It's not right that after many promised years people are let down because of greed.We decided to buy here because we are elderly people and having a shopping centre will be good.By seeing that massive sign reading Future Proposed Shopping centre we were hopeful. Now we feel betrayed by this false advertising for many years.
    Please we urgently want this shopping centre.

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