1/34-36 Jarvie Street, Brunswick East VIC 3057

Demolition of a building and construction of three double storey dwellings in a heritage overlay and the reduction in the statutory car parking rate

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(Source: Moreland City Council, reference MPS/2023/384)

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  1. Lou Baxter commented

    The area already has excessive parking problems. This is not surprising - parking was a problem even before a higher rate of development occurred in the last few decades. The first thing developers request seems to be a reduction in the parking requirements (apparently often granted almost automatically). This has resulting in parking availability being very much reduced over the years. Council seems ideologically committed to non-car use and yet older residents need cars (and, yes, I ride my bike every day, but soon will be too old to do so!).

  2. DYLAN HEYWOOD commented

    I support this application - the train line adjacent part of Brunswick is undergoing an amazing transformation to a medium density neighbourhood - as it should, being so close to various different modes of public transport. My main complaint with this application is that it isn't dense enough, replacing one detached home with three homes is a poor use of land in a corridor that presents this much opportunity.

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