29-31 Margaret Street, Kilsyth VIC 3137

Eight Lot Subdivision

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 5 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Yarra Ranges Shire Council, reference YR-2022/563)

5 Comments

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  1. Naomi Mccombe commented

    This is incredibly disappointing that our estate has become a money making haven for developers, with no thought given to livability . Our streets have become parking lots, with these dwellings not allowing more than one car space per dwelling, how will emergency services get to the middle of the estate if needed. With so many two story dwellings in the area, the once beautiful greenery in the area, has become a hill of miss matched building materials. Traffic on Durham road has made it impossible to turn right onto at certain times. Our bike lanes are now car spaces. We are now living with building noises, that has been a constant for the last five years. Those of us living in the middle of the estate are being closed in.

  2. Naomi Mccombe commented

    This is incredibly disappointing that our estate has become a money making haven for developers, with no thought given to livability . Our streets have become parking lots, with these dwellings not allowing more than one car space per dwelling, how will emergency services get to the middle of the estate if needed. With so many two story dwellings in the area, the once beautiful greenery in the area, has become a hill of miss matched building materials. Traffic on Durham road has made it impossible to turn right onto at certain times. Our bike lanes are now car spaces. We are now living with building noises, that has been a constant for the last five years. Those of us living in the middle of the estate are being closed in.

  3. Diane commented

    Enough is enough, the Community is angry. The traffic is a nightmare, Kilsyth & Mooroolbark are being slowly choked, NO MORE DEVELOPMENT!!!!!

  4. Susan Ambrose commented

    The cars from this house will use Hawthory Rd. I have stated before how dangerous the intersection between Hawthory rd and Cambridge Rd is. There have been four accidents that I know of in less than 4 months around that intersection and soon it may very well cost someone's life. I have observed how dangerous and congested roads have become as I drive that way every morning. The only reason I can turn right at that intersection quite often is because I can sometimes see the lolly pop man for the school. When he comes out I know the traffic is safe from that direction. It is horrible that the visibility is so poor I have to try and gauge when to turn by the lolly pop man. Please listen to the public and slow down with the density of new houses. The public aren't complaining without a very reasonable and serious point. Many of us are concerned not just about the unattractive nature of high density living but the safety of ppedestrians, school kids and motorist on our roads. You have to be responsible when buliding and building another 8 homes on one block in this area would in no way be a responsible development and would increase the risk of danger to residents in this area, many of which would not be able to sell and leave their homes to escape the dangers that this kind of density building is placing people under.

  5. Diane commented

    If your fed up with all the Development in our Community. We need more people commenting on these Planning Applications. Yarra Ranges Council please STOP the over development of our local Suburbs in Kilsyth & Mooroolbark.

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