3 Blyth Place, Curtin, ACT

PROPOSAL FOR MULTI UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND LEASE VARIATION - demolition of the existing dwelling and structures and the construction of three (3) new adaptable dwellings with garages. Lease variation to permit a maximum of three (3) dwellings. Proposed lease variation for unit titling to form three units.

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(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 201630693)

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  1. John Kain commented

    I wish to register my opposition to the proposed multi unit DA and Lease Variation in relation to 3 Blyth Place, Curtin on several grounds:-

    1. The proposal would result in an unacceptably high proportion of the land area being taken over by building structures and hard paving, resulting in a loss of natural drainage, reduced scope for tree and other natural vegetation cover and a localised "heat ponding" effect.

    2. The high density proposed in the DA is not consistent with community agreed lease conditions applicable to this residential area.

    3. The proposal would be detrimental to the landscape quality of the significant Radburn zone of the suburb of Curtin.

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