6 Waters Road, Naremburn NSW 2065.

Renovation & extension to existing single level weatherboard house and other associated works.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 6 years ago. It was received by them about 13 hours earlier.

(Source: Willoughby City Council, reference DA-2013/121)

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  1. Stephanie Rickard (nee Wadsworth) commented

    I would like to complain about the above newly built dwelling. We live just behind/side of the building at 8 Talus St Naremburn. Our concern is that windows have been put into the upper storey dwelling which look straight into our living area and back garden. Although the plans denote that the windows would be higher than head height, my husband took a look upstairs (who is 6 foot) and was able to see clearly into our own property.

    I have rung the council to complain and been told 'there is nothing we can do as this was planned under a CDC'.

    My complaint is that:
    1. it is ABSOLUTELY the council's responsibility - otherwise, who else can we look to?
    2. the house is huge and ugly - how can the CDC permit the building of something twice the size (at least) of the existing dwelling.
    3. how can a CDC permit windows to look straight into our property, thereby devaluing.

    I understand that the builders will put frosting in the windows but this has not happened yet. We request that the windows be completely removed and replaced with sky lights overhead.

    Many thanks Stephanie Rickard (nee Wadsworth) 0413 45 00 55

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