34 Barrabool Road, Highton, VIC

Construction of Ten (10) Apartments, Multi-lot Subdivision, and Alteration of Access to a Road in a Transport Zone 2

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(Source: City of Greater Geelong, reference 935/2020)


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  1. Lee M commented

    Is there any point anymore to anyone having their say regarding these flagrant over-developments in already overcrowded and traffic-clogged areas? We've all become used to the fact that these developments will be approved despite any objections, and that the developers don't care who they affect.

  2. Yve commented

    This development is in a section of Highton that allows higher density due to being near the shopping centre. However, these 10 units on a normal house block is a development in the shape of a “massive block” that takes the entires site. It is reminiscent of the “big block” developments in the 70’s in parts of Melbourne and Geelong which look so terrible today and are so regretted. Why are these developments so regretted? Because they is no greenery except a few trees along a fence which, more than likely, will not happen! We need to stop this type of over development as they will be the eye-sores and legacy of the development of this time when developers put as many residences on a site and minimised the trees for financial gain. Development and progress is a good thing but at the expense of the environment.

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