4 Heath Street, Pascoe Vale VIC 3044

Development of eighteen three-storey dwellings and vegetation removal

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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 4 months earlier.

(Source: Moreland City Council, reference MPS/2015/754)


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  1. Frank Pirro commented

    I am totally against Triple story dwellings in a not suitable area as there is not next to a main road,removable of Vegetation what?no privacy for other established dwellings.Problems will be created,open space disappearing,parking problems,Pollution.I hope that the project does not get approved,but then again only the moreland council can create problems by setting a precedent for Pascoe Vale (new name Unit Vale ) to approve the project create problems because they (councillers dont live in the area)so dont worry you love creating a Developer`s Paradise.You collect extra Rates and we long established ratepayers Choke.Well done Moreland Council .

  2. Ben Hui commented

    Heath Street is also full of units and townhouses making it extremely busy before buses are accounted for. The introduction of an additional 18 vehicles and dense population will reduce privacy, exclusiveness any other non-economical value of this area. The increase rates paid in this area with no material investment from the council in this area is evident given the council has allowed the poor construction of the road and no upgrades other than a small traffic island near the station. Inundating the area with shoe box townhouses only increases council revenue, reduces appeal of the area (traffic, lower social demographic population and making existing older units worthless) and also can decrease livability of the area.

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