9-13 Duggan Street, Brunswick West VIC 3055

Buildings and works for the purpose of a mixed use development comprising buildings of up to 6 storeys; use of the land for dwellings, shop and take away food premises; and reduction in car parking pursuant to clause 52.06 of the Moreland Planning Scheme

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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 5 months earlier.

(Source: Moreland City Council, reference MPS/2008/7/A)

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  1. Toby Corkindale commented

    Hi,
    I object to the reduction in car parking.
    We desperately need MORE car parking in this area, not less!
    It's getting hard to find car parks in the area at peak times.

    Toby

  2. Andrew Harris commented

    Continued reductions in car parking are unacceptable. Duggan Street is already choked with parked cars, presumably because of earlier reductions.
    Albion Street is already dangerously unable to cope with traffic, and there is already an unacceptable level of 'rat-run' traffic through Duggan/Henderson/Napperby.

    The evidence is clear that people will park on the street rather than reduce their rates of car ownership. There is no justification for continuing with reductions that simply end up choking public streets, and reducing the amenity for all. The developers must be compelled to wind back their greed, and provide adequate spaces on site for all activities.

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