123 Bowden St, Meadowbank, NSW Australia

Demolition of existing building and construction of a 7 storey mixed use development over 2 basement car parking levels.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 4 years ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: City of Ryde, reference LDA2015/0628)


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  1. Huw Edwards commented

    This is just more over development without any consideration for infrastructure or amenity of existing residents. The area is already struggling with the number of people and the total developments planned for the area are not even half done.

    The quality of developments has also dropped with recent building been very poorly finished and not fitting into any sort of overall look for the area. It means the whole suburb is turning into a messy eyesore.

    Frankly the council fought against over development for the major foreshore works when it did not have control of the decision making process but it seems to be happy for it to occur provided it gives the approval.

  2. Coco commented

    As a resident at Meadowbank, I hope the council will consider the infrastructure first, instead of approve so many residential development projects without any plan.

    Meadowbank is a nice suburb with train, ferry, waterview. However, with the increasing number of apt settle there, we found that Meadowbank has a very poor infrastructure plan.
    - Narrow Constitution Road (Ann Thorn Park section), I strongly recommend please have a plan to widening that part.
    - The roundabout of Constitution road and Bowen Street, we need a traffic light there or alternative efficient traffic plan.
    - Extremely narrow footpath for pedestrian from the Station to Constitution road and Bowen Street roundabout.
    - We lack of shops, restaurant, facilities for resident in Meadowbank.

    We would hope the council will have a great plan for that.


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