15 Unwins Bridge Road St Peters NSW 2044

To remove trees and construct a community recycling centre with vehicular crossing from Unwins Bridge Road

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 3 years ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Inner West Council (Marrickville), reference DA201600116)

13 Comments

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  1. zio ledeux commented

    why do the trees need to be removed?

  2. Philip Cleary commented

    The removal of all these trees seems unnecessary. I understand a few would need to be removed to construct the crossing, but all of them? C'mon guys work it out, public amenity says we need trees now more than ever before, trees make our existence in this city which is rapidly becoming overdeveloped a little more bearable.

  3. Petra Jones wrote to local councillor Sylvie Ellsmore

    How many trees will be removed? Can they be replanted nearby? I am opposed to the removal of all the trees.

    Delivered to local councillor Sylvie Ellsmore. They are yet to respond.

  4. Rod Roldan commented

    I rather have the trees than your recycling centre that not many people wil use or are trying to match the destruction of my community in St Peters with a competition to the M5?

  5. Camilla Duggan commented

    What kind of recycling centre? Why place it near residential property. I object to the removal of trees and the lack of information regarding this recycling centre. I would like the trees to be replaced.

  6. Jacinta O'Brien commented

    The trees are pretty spaced apart. It shouldn't be necessary to remove them all. Hopefully the irony of setting up a recycling and destroying trees to do it isn't lost on Marrickville Council.

  7. Jennifer Killen commented

    Why can't we access the recycling centre via Bolton Street?
    I object strongly to the removal of trees and the increase in traffic which would adversely affect residents.

  8. Rodney McShanag commented

    Why remove the trees ? Not sure this makes any sense

  9. zio ledeux wrote to local councillor Sylvie Ellsmore

    i dont understand why the trees need to be removed either. please rethink this, we need more trees not less, thankyou

    Delivered to local councillor Sylvie Ellsmore. They are yet to respond.

  10. Sandrw Waugh wrote to local councillor David Leary

    Surely a recycling centre, accessed from Bolton St would mean the trees do not have to be removed. It would make a much better street scape NOT to see this and keep what shade we have.

    Delivered to local councillor David Leary. They are yet to respond.

  11. David Fisher commented

    It makes no sense to remove any of these trees: there must be another reason that their removal is being touted, Maybe I am a cynic, but I would need to see the plans for this "community recycling centre" to be convinced a Boulton St entrance was not feasible. Trees are worth a lot these days.
    By the way, are there plans to scale back the recycling pick up service that Council currently provides? Again, am I being too cynical here?

  12. David Fisher wrote to local councillor Morris Hanna

    It makes no sense to remove any of these trees: there must be another reason that their removal is being touted, Maybe I am a cynic, but I would need to see the plans for this "community recycling centre" to be convinced a Boulton St entrance was not feasible. Trees are worth a lot these days.
    By the way, are there plans to scale back the recycling pick up service that Council currently provides? Again, am I being too cynical here?

    Delivered to local councillor Morris Hanna. They are yet to respond.

  13. David Fisher wrote to local councillor Chris Woods

    It makes no sense to remove any of these trees: there must be another reason that their removal is being touted, Maybe I am a cynic, but I would need to see the plans for this "community recycling centre" to be convinced a Boulton St entrance was not feasible. Trees are worth a lot these days.
    By the way, are there plans to scale back the recycling pick up service that Council currently provides? Again, am I being too cynical here?

    Delivered to local councillor Chris Woods. They are yet to respond.

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