29 Bowman Street Drummoyne NSW 2047 Australia

Development Application - Residential - Alterations and Additions - Dwelling Extensions

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website almost 4 years ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: City of Canada Bay, reference DA2016/0369)

2 Comments

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  1. Sandra Spencer commented

    There have been numerous submissions regarding this development outlining the concerns of surrounding residents. The development proposals put forward over the past year have caused us increasing concern. The four story complex with increased Windows and verandas is seriously compromising our privacy. The ceremonial drive in Mary street will increase traffic flow and danger to children and elderly residents. Trees have been removed which could have reduced the effect of a large scale development in a residential area. The regular waste disposal plan and location will cause increased noise and truck movements in our narrow streets. At the very least the proposed disposal area should be contained well inside the complex. The proposed sign in Mary Street, if illuminated will cause excessive light in our front bedrooms. I support the concerns raised by other residents in previous submissions and can't understand how a construction certificate can be granted to such a development contrary to codes which restrict an aged care facility of such size in a residential area. I have not made a donation or gift to a Counsillor or council employee.

  2. Sandra Spencer commented

    Sorry. Comment above should have been in relation to the development in Millar Street Drummoyne.

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