7 Torokina Avenue, St Ives, NSW

Additions and Alterations to create a new Child Care Centre for 25 children.

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

(Source: Ku-ring-gai Council, reference DA0208/15)


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  1. Peter Jackson commented

    I object to the proposed changes to 7 Torokina Avenue St Ives making it a 25 place childcare centre. I have lonely just read how alterations are being done to a childcare centre in Pentecost Avenue, thereby increase its capacity from 36 to 98 places. Kindykidz on the corner of Killeaton Street and Memorial Avenue has an ad saying spaces are available. Why do we need another childcare centre ? This will only cause extra traffic around St Ives Primary and St Ives high school as well as along Yarrabung.

  2. Margot Ryan commented

    I object to the proposed development at 7 Torokina Avenue. This part of Torokina Avenue is already a traffic choke point, particularly around school drop off and pick up times. This development will worsen the situation. There is limited parking on either side of this narrow Street. Buses using this route are already often blocked by parked cars. There will be increased danger for children walking to school.

  3. Lizanne Evans commented

    The amount of traffic at the intersection is already dangerous, to add additional traffic each day is just asking for trouble, how can this zoning be allowed when there are ample childcare centres in the area ?

    This is just too dangerous, I object to this.

  4. Deborah Stoddart commented

    I am happy with this development. I am a working St Ives mum who in 2013 had to take my two children to daycare in East Lindfield because I couldn't find two spaces here after our inner city daycare closed. (Our eldest daughter now attends SIPS). All addition local spaces are needed as more and more people return to work after having children.

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