1 / 13 Gum Street Sunshine West, VIC

Construction of a three-storey building comprising five (5) apartments and a reduction in the standard car parking requirement

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(Source: Brimbank City Council, reference P441/2022)

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  1. David Smith commented

    Why is there a reduction in the standard car parking requirements as Gum St leads to Lachlan Rd where there is both a PS and HS and cannot afford to have future residents parking on Gum St and causing traffic snarls ? there should be 10 parking spots available (5 apartment x 2) or reduce the number of apartments in the building permit BCC.

  2. Colt Rivers commented

    Agree with David. We have a bunch of townhouses next to us that each have one garage space and a narrow driveway so where do they park all their cars? On the road of course because it's easier and more convenient than trying to get into their garages. The garage just becomes extra house storage (and garbage bin storage) for them because they probably don't have enough storage in their pokey floor plans. So they couldn't put their cars in the garage anyway. 2-3 cars per townhouse (3 bedroom) and 4 townhouses on a block 1/3 the size of our block is ridiculous. And the townhouses just keep coming whilst the trees keep getting chopped down to fit them in.

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