87 Maling Road Canterbury VIC 3126

Demolition of an existing building and construction of buildings and works for a four storey building over a basement car park for 42 dwellings in a heritage overlay and reduce the standard car parking requirement.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 6 years ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Boroondara City Council, reference PP13/00758)

3 Comments

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  1. Joanne Marchese commented

    I am wondering how a four storey building and such high density living would fit within the heritage area of the historic Maling Road precinct? Given that ALL the buildings in this strip and surrounding residential areas are only two storeys high, how will this contribute to the streetscape, open space greening and heritage, not to mention the increased traffic flow to an already saturated popular and heavy traffic flow?

  2. Lisa Roberts commented

    Wow, four storeys! Joking aren't they? This is not a main road location and all other buildings in the area are single or double storey.
    Maling Road is very narrow, always having to squeeze or wait for oncoming cars when driving down this street. Imagine the increased traffic.

  3. Mary Healy commented

    As a local resident and daily user of beautiful historic Maling Road, I cannot believe a four storey development has been suggested for this site. That is completely out of character with the area and as others have said, it will cause a lot of traffic congestion, it is busy enough as it is. To develop the site is fine, but no more than two storey please. I assume most locals would feel the same way and I do hope that the council will heed the rate payers.

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