19 Ian Road Mount Martha VIC 3934

Development of a dwelling and vegetation removal in accordance with the endorsed plans

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(Source: Mornington Peninsula Shire Council, reference P21/1485.01)

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  1. Cathy Norman & Simon Hodgson commented

    No detail has been provided regarding the purpose and content of this Secondary Consent Application and the existing use is not vacant land.
    There were misrepresentations within the original application in regards to the location of the main dwelling relative to neighbouring properties, the extent of vegetation removal and failure to include the very large structure at the front of the property which is currently under construction (prior to having a permit for this structure). As such, neighbours were denied the right to assess the reality of the impact this development will have on their neighbourhood character and amenity.
    Requests for updates and details have to date been ignored by the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council and we have significant concerns regarding this Shires propensity to allow inappropriate development, ignore the objectives of their own Planning Scheme and in turn deny existing residents right to have a say over neighbourhood character and amenity impacts.
    We question the purpose of the Planning Scheme and the advertising process if the requirements are continually ignored by both developers and Shire Officers.
    In the spirit of transparency we request details of the amendments under this Secondary Consent Application.

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