95-105 Seventeenth Avenue Austral NSW 2179, Australia

Development Application - Demolition Of Existing Dwellings And Structures, Earthworks, Removal Of Trees, For The Staged Developement Of An Educational Establishment Being A School Providing For Kindergarten - Year 12

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

(Source: Liverpool City Council, reference DA-616/2016)


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  1. Dianne Riley commented

    I dont know why council would accept yet another Islamic school and Masjid.
    I object to this on all levels.

    Al Mabarrat Benevolent Society hasnt mentioned a Masjid for the site is there a guarantee that a Masjid will not be built on that site??

  2. Kasim commented

    Very good decision which will help local community for the education of their young ones

  3. Rashika commented

    There is a lot of congestion on 15th Avenue because of Unity Grammer School, all the parents dropping their kids park in the no parking no stopping zone and create traffic congestion, the proposed site so close to the unity grammer school , I stay up ahead on Sixth Avenue for me to come on 4th Avenue it takes 15 mins sometimes or even more. This choose site is not at all favourable to the local residents.
    Please consider this.Regards

  4. Mary grech commented

    It doesn’t make sense to develop any more schools in the area until 15 th Ave is upgraded. 15th Ave is so congested at children pick up and drop off times now. How many schools of the same religious education do we need in this locality?

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