112 Fordham Avenue Camberwell VIC 3124

Construction of buildings and works associated with existing commercial premises and development of five dwellings and reduction in the car parking requirements.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 5 years ago. It was received by them 9 days earlier.

(Source: Boroondara City Council, reference PP13/00917)

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  1. Meredith Masterman commented

    I wish to object to the waiver of car parking in the proposed development at 112 / 114 Fordham Avenue, Camberwell.

    At the rear of this premises is a unused, unclaimed laneway which can be made available for much needed carparking.

    There is already an over occupied with cars parked using the Cafe and children's park and public train station.

    by waivering car parking spaces places a strain on parking in the street endangering children crossing the road to the park as well as vehicles travelling along Fordham Avenue which causes conjestion.

    please email plans

  2. Nita S.K. commented

    I agree with Meredith Masterman. The road is very congested as it is, since several people park their cars to use Hartwell station. There should not be any waiver of car parking requirements.

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