5 Legges Crescent Prospect TAS 7250

Residential - multiple dwellings; construction and use of two dwellings

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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 10 days earlier.

(Source: Launceston City Council, reference DA0072/2016)


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  1. Brad commented

    I say how many units are going to be approved in this subdivision it is getting beyond a joke.
    I wont to no how all these units can be approved as when I tried to build some 5 years ago it was ridiculous what I had to go through and now there are more units in this subdivision than half of Prospect. I want answers on how this is being allowed enough is enough.
    Regards Brad.

  2. v w commented

    I agree with Brad that the number of residences in this development has been maximised beyond expectations. One reason for this, and a continuing serious problem, is Launceston's lack of requirement for 'green space' in new developments. There are no rules for the maximum percentage of a plot of land that can be built on. As long as height restrictions and perimeter distance-from-neighbour rules are followed, nothing else is required. There appears to be no council interest in incorporating helpful, healthy 'green spaces' into each and every new housing approval. The result is a neighbourhood that looks sadly crowded.

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