473 & 525 Rokeby Road, Howrah, TAS

4 Lot Subdivision (Amendment to Stages M5, M6 & M7 approved in permit SD-2010 44)

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(Source: Clarence City Council, reference PDPLANPMTD-2021 022028)

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  1. Dennis Matthews commented

    I advise that lot 525 is in Rokeby, not Howrah.
    According to the relocation of the boundary approved by the Nomenclature Board and noted in the Tasmanian Gazette, Lot 525 is in Rokeby, not Howrah. Council records show this to be so.
    I strongly suggest that if development were to proceed in Lot 525, it should be listed and marketed as being in Rokeby.
    The applicant must make this alteration to the application.
    Thanks,
    Dennis Matthews

  2. Dennis Matthews commented

    I advise that lot 525 is in Rokeby, not Howrah.
    According to the relocation of the boundary approved by the Nomenclature Board and noted in the Tasmanian Gazette, Lot 525 is in Rokeby, not Howrah. Council records show this to be so.
    I strongly suggest that if development were to proceed in Lot 525, it should be listed and marketed as being in Rokeby.
    The applicant must make this alteration to the application.
    Thanks,
    Dennis Matthews

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