525 Stud Road, Wantirna South VIC 3152

Development of the land for multiple dwellings (12) and waiver of the visitor parking requirement - Secondary Consent

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 5 years ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Knox City Council, reference P/2014/6295/A)


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  1. John Ferguson commented

    Where will visitors park on this extremely busy road that has no parking?
    Except for the shopping centres there is no parking in the vicinity.
    Why are you, my council, following the mistakes of other councils and not enforcing visitor parking?

  2. Merrilyn Whitecross, resident of more than 35 years commented

    I agree with John Ferguson exactly - visitor parking must be provided for every property that is not a single dwelling. Knox City Shopping Centre is already a nightmare as far as parking is concerned, and it is private property to boot. That area cannot and should not be relied on at any time for parking for visitors of Knox residents, even if there is no kerbside parking possible in the vicinity.

  3. Karen Clarke commented

    Planning to provide insufficient car parking is short sighted, especially as the city grows in the number of residents and thus number of vehicles on the roads. Less car parking does not reduce the number of cars, it merely pushes the cars onto the street and surrounding streets which then affects traffic flows. This has been seen in numerous other big developments in other areas.

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