20 Dods Street, Brunswick VIC 3056

Development of the land for a seven (7) storey apartment building and reduction to the statutory car parking requirement

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(Source: Moreland City Council, reference MPS/2022/228)


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  1. Ana Marinkovic commented

    Finally a well thought of apartment building with only a handful very large apartments that can accomodate a family and with the right green credentials.

    The council needs to make sure that we are not creating ghettos of the future with those crammed buildings everywhere.

    20 Dods st is an example of how apartments should be built in Moreland. Large, airy, natural light, only 11 in the whole building providing privacy and working from home facilities. No wonder this type of development is so in demand by owner occupiers in this growth zone in Brunswick.

  2. DG commented

    Without addressing the merits of Ana Marinkovic’s comments on this application, I do believe Ana should have disclosed that she is related to the owner of this proposed development and therefore has an interest in providing positive feedback. Transparency in these matters is important.

    For the record, I find the application at 20 Dods Street, Brunswick to be aesthetically appealing, however given the height precedence in the street as well as the preferred height in the DDO, a deletion of one (1) floor from either levels 2, 3 or 4 should be recommended by council.

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