2B Hector Court, Kellyville

Proposed Residential Flat Development

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

(Source: NSW Joint Regional Planning Panels, reference 2015SYW213 DA)

5 Comments

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  1. Ajay Kataria commented

    This will be a bad idea to have lower density mixed low density housing specifically seeing hardly and access road we have for the current residence. Hector Court is so busy street wherein it impossible to even turn left on Memorial Avenue. Seeing we will be having a food court also near by it is recipe for disaster. If this allowed this is nothing more than a money grab from Council Perspective.

  2. Kevin Pickford commented

    Hector Court is already congested, adding a further 87 Flats will just add to the congestion, let along the safety of residents entering/exiting Hector Court onto Memorial Avenue. What happened to the council plans to have a small shopping centre in this area?
    Surely it would make sense to complete the road infrastructure first by making Hector Court a cul de sac and opening Seven Vale Drive as per the Community Update released on December 2013

  3. Vicki Arcuri commented

    I think we need a small shopping centre here. Bella Vista is always so crowded, there are already a number of shopping centres being built in North Kellyville, what about us?

  4. Emerson Hay commented

    Hi there,
    When is the shopping centre (Woolworths) on Hector Court and Memorial Ave planned to start?

  5. Shriya commented

    We really need this shopping Center. Life will be much easier.

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