17 Whitehorse Road, Blackburn VIC 3130

Development of the land for twenty (20) dwellings, buildings and works within 4 metres of protected tree and the creation of access to a road in a road zone, category 1

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(Source: Whitehorse City Council, reference WH/2020/1208/B)


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  1. Debbie commented

    I object to the over development of 20 dwellings on this block. This is a major road for entry and exit and where is parking going to be for so many residents and their cars. All these horrible looking high rise apartments being built in our suburbs is a blight in our communities. Whitehorse Council need to put a stop to this over development.

  2. Rose Baird commented

    The maximum number of dwellings allowed on a block this size should be 3. Existing infrastructure will not support such over development. Impact on parking and traffic is the obvious concern, but there are other impacts on neighbouring properties. Just NO!

  3. Pip J commented

    Good idea. So close to amenities like Laburnum shops and train station, Box Hill HS and outdoor space like Blacks walk.
    Need better pedestrian crossing & traffic control at Malabar to Laburnum street though. Whitehorse rd is too car centric - no bike lanes, to few pedestrian crossings.

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