63 Burg Street East Maitland NSW 2323

Multi Dwelling Housing (5 Units)

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(Source: Maitland City Council, reference DA/2023/1142)

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  1. Thomas Moad commented

    I, Thomas Moad, strongly disagree and oppose this Multi Dwelling housing (5 units), DA /2023/1142 development at 63 Burg Street East Maitland.

    Burg Street is a tiny, narrow street with only enough space for one-way traffic with the number of vehicles parked on the street at the moment. To having the potential to have a further 5 to 10 cars residing on the street due to this development would cause major congestion and potentially and dangerous situation, especially as the children are riding bikes up down this little quiet street. There is no footpath for pedestrians to walk down the street either, so they walk down the side of the road as well.

    This high density development would also cause extra noise to the surrounding residents by having so many families crammed into such a small space.

    I have concerns that this high density development will also cause privacy issues due to the new residents having the ability to see into all of the surrounding backyards. This could also create a security issue.

    Please do not approve this development at 63 Burg Street East Maitland.

    Kind regards

    Tom Moad

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