42,68 Halley Street, Chisholm, ACT

RE NOTIFICATION WITH EXTENDED DATE - AMENDMENT TO DA202240583 - S144B PROPOSAL FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND LEASE VARIATION. Amendment to development application for demolition of the existing carpark and construction of a KFC dine-in and drive through, car wash facilities, new supermarket collection facility, commercial signage, carparking, landscaping, new driveway verge crossing, and associated works. Lease variation to Block 48 to increase the permitted gross floor area to 4,159 m2, and to reduce staff car parking requirements to 6 spaces. Which is still under consideration - the amendment is to plans to remove proposed west pedestrian path and crossing, relocation of proposed tree on block, response to further information request provided, and associated works.

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(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 202240583)

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  1. Dom Fabbo commented

    I don’ think we really need international companies to do business in our suburban shopping centres and take away from our local businesses such the Chisholm Takeaway, Lisas Chinese Restaurant,Baan Latsamy Thai Restaurant, Smokin Joes Pizza and Gril which are already struggling following the pandemic.

    KFC is owned by Collins Foods Limited and franchises three brands — Sizzler, KFC and Taco Bell in Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, Thailand and Japan. It has 217 outlets in Australia, do we want one in our local shopping village? And do they need more business?

    That section of the chisholm village is already traffic congested. Suggest that a KFC is more suited on the Monaro Highway.

  2. Neil Goodwin commented

    Benham Street is already quite busy and crowded. It serves 2 bus routes, has 2 bus stops, a pedestrian crossing and entry/exits to the busy carpark servicing Aldi, dentists, doctors etc. Despite claims to the contrary, it is obvious that especially at peak times, the proposed KFC drive through will spill out onto Benham Street slowing busses and significantly increasing traffic congestion with flow on increased risk to pedestrians. This is certainly not an appropriate place for a KFC and especially for a drive through. Thanks.

  3. Mike McCartney commented

    Im not against the proposal, but if this development is to go ahead the crossing must have an official pedestrian crossing. Otherwise crossing the road will be even more dangerous.

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