93-95 Main Road, Monbulk VIC 3793

Multi dwelling and/or commercial applications

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 4 years ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Yarra Ranges Shire Council, reference YR-2015/502)

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  1. Els BAKKER commented

    Wrong area, this is very much part of residential area, or next to smaller businesses.
    This would create in and out going traffic in a blind corner.

    If Monbulk is to be developed commercially, it needs to be planned well in advance and land bought further away from the town centre. This is ad hoc planning, Monbulk is a village not part of suburbia and some would have us believe.
    Also consider the reason other service stations closed.

  2. Amy Walsh commented

    This appears to be another proposal for inappropriate development in the area.

    In addition to concerns raised around a service station being built in a residential area, and the negative traffic implications, there is considerable environmental concern, given the site slopes down to Emerald Creek, ~1.3km down-gradient.

    Please do not support development that threatens the health of the area (remember Amendment C146 was knocked on the head for the similar reasons).

    It simply is not worth risking land and water contamination, which is virtually inevitable over time with this type of commercial operation.

    Additionally, it is reasonable to expect that a service station will simply offer uncompetitive, over-priced fuel like others in the area, which is not in anybody's interest.

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