230 Toorak Road, South Yarra, VIC

Construction of a 7-8 storey building with waiver of car parking requirements and loading bay requirements

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website almost 4 years ago. It was received by them 10 days earlier.

(Source: City of Stonnington, reference 0894/15)

3 Comments

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  1. Ros Inglis commented

    The proposal for a seven -eight story building with no car parking facilities will pose a significant problem.Car parking is at a premium already.In fact it is virtually impossible to obtain a park in Chambers Street already.The garbage collection bins will prove a hazard to pedestrians.The height of the building is in excess of all surrounding buildings and is not in keeping with the residential area.

  2. Glenys Richards commented

    I would like to register my opposition to the proposed development of 230 Toorak Road South Yarra.
    This development is not in keeping with the streetscape of the area.
    38 Chambers Street will be dramatically affected by the reduction of light to the building, particularly its South East aspect.
    It appears there is insufficient provision for parking in the plans for 230 Toorak Road. This locale already suffers from inadequate space for on street parking and likewise suffers severe problems with major traffic congestion in very narrow streets and laneways.
    This can then become hazardous to the pedestrian population in the area.

  3. Harry Williscroft commented

    As the Owners of no 13 38 Chambers St South Yarra, Being on the top level, we wish to submit our opposition to the proposed development proposal adjacent to our property.
    The only natural light in two Bedrooms is via the Light Well at the rear of our Property. With the proposed adjacent building Height we will virtually loose this essential light source. In addition the two Bathrooms have only Skylights to provide natural lighting once again these will be in virtual perpetual shade.
    Others have detailed objections regarding the traffic, road width and parking, we support these objections also.
    Harry Williscroft

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