2 / 104 A Warrigal Road, Camberwell VIC 3124

Use of the land as a recreational facility (table tennis classes) and a reduction in the standard car parking requirement.

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(Source: Boroondara City Council, reference PP23/0010)


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  1. Walter gross commented

    We believe the proposed use is innappropriate due to the potential for excessive noise transmission from the second storey offices
    Based on the prior use of this premises access to our property was invariably blocked by non cimpliant parking due to resticted paking under the building. The laneway is a public use laneway for access to a number of properties.
    There is unsufficient parking for the proposed use activity.
    There are privacy concern issues for overlooking the neighbouring residentsl premises.
    Hours of operation for these premises should be resticted to normal businees hours of operation.
    The premises should be clearly identified by trading name and abn and hours of operation.
    We believe there are more apprpropriate locations for this type of activity in the counci
    The residents adjacent to the proposed facility sgould be letter dropped by council
    I would be happy to have a face to face discussion with the appropriate officer in the coucil.

  2. Jim Thornton commented

    The use is inappropriate given high residential occupancy adjacent to premises.
    The potential noise issues associated with the building having high sound transmission levels being glassed on three sides
    Reduced parking will only create issues with public lane way and parking in side streets and road Riversdale road.
    Traffic in an out of lane way is already a high risk issue given Warrigal road traffic
    Reversing out onto Warrigal road in peak hour will be a real issue ie no room to reverse in lane way.
    The council should letter drop potential affected residential community
    We believe council is potentially wrong in allowing a permit for this type of activity and actually ignoring the parking implications for people visiting the facility by reducing the parking requirement
    The council should start policing the lane way and erect no parking signs
    There are more appropriate locations in the council for this type of activity
    The existing premises lend themselves to an office use and with standard office operating hours

  3. Wendy Wen commented

    The proposed establishment is not suitable for the area because of two reasons:
    1. There is insufficient parking on and around the premises with only two car park spaces on the busy arterial Warrigal road, and no parking available on the adjacent Laneway. It can be foreseen that this would cause problems with other lots and essential services requiring the use of this Laneway (namely maintenance crew for requiring access to the telecommunications tower) as the proposed reduction in car parking requirements will cause a back flow of vehicles and illegal parking by the clientele using the table tennis recreational facility.
    2. It can be foreseen that the will be excessive noise pollution in the surrounding residential properties immediately adjacent to the corners facing West and South of this proposed establishment (where residential properties are all within 5 to 10 metres of the zone in question).

    For the reasons above it is in my opposition that the proposed plans should be rejected.

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