130 Sherbourne Road, Montmorency, VIC

Construction of two dwellings (existing dwelling to be removed), removal of protected native vegetation, building and works beneath the canopy drip line of protected native vegetation and the construction of fencing within 10m of the front boundary.

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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: Banyule City Council, reference P461/2017)


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  1. Amelia Sinclair A.Nutr commented

    If it is 'protected native vegetation', then it should not be removed!
    Native vegetation is the appeal around this area, and developers need to be forced to follow the protections in place at the very least.
    Property values are better for tree canopy and greenery; not for concrete, plaster, ashphalt, bricks, etc.

  2. Erin Burrows commented

    I oppose the removal of protected native vegetation firstly for the reason to protect fauna habitats in an area increasingly being cleared of substantial trees, and secondly in order to sustain neighbourhood character of a bordering green wedge suburb that is rapidly changing in appearance due to loss of foliage and increased density.

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