21 Walker Street, Turrella NSW 2205

Demolition of existing structure and construction of two (2) storey attached dual occupancy with basement

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website ago. It was received by them earlier.

(Source: Bayside Council, reference CD-2023/276)


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  1. Michelle King commented

    Another lovely old federation era home to be bulldozed for a giant concrete monstrosity. And what will replace the large established trees at the rear of the property that contribute to the city's green canopy? These type of developments make an absolute joke of any 'green' credentials this council claims.

  2. Rabih commented

    Again, some will quickly complain about greenery, not seeing how much there is all the way down to earlwood! Either way, i never understand anyone having a whinge about anyones property while they dont help pay the home loan. U want a say, pay the loan with me. Also, tree conscious greenies forget their own home is built with timber and concrete.

    Ps this actual house i was going to buy it, its gum trees are infested and dangerous to the occupants and their families and need to be cut, also roots on the edge of a cliff and will fall!

  3. Bryce Carr commented

    Others have raised the issue of loss of greenery. As a "tree conscious greenie", I'd much rather lose some trees to an infill development than see another lot's worth of native habitat bulldozed for a new detached house, in a fringe suburb where car dependency intensifies carbon emissions. That's the alternative to densification. I only wish this were 4+ stories instead.

  4. Sad commented

    Another truly evil heritage destroying application from yet another greedy developer. When will bayside council learn that approving developments like this is decreasing the quality of life in the area?

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