19-71 Carroll Road, Oakleigh South, VIC

Use and Develop the Land for a Solid Inert Waste Landfill

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 2 years ago. It was received by them 19 days earlier.

(Source: Kingston City Council, reference KP-5158/1993/A)

3 Comments

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  1. Sahar Armanious commented

    We object to your proposal.

    For over 30 years we have endured
    the stench
    anxiety felt in living with the smell and having to constantly call to have this dealt with
    we inhale this toxic stuff
    we could not go out in our garden
    the amount of dust has often stopped us putting out our washing on the line. We felt like prisoners in our home with no choice.
    the dust that covers our house windows and covers our cars (we have sent photos) is unacceptable.
    the hardship this has on us financially to have this cleaned for years.
    our family member endured a severe hardship with critical illness and we were not able to open the doors or windows and still the dust got into the house.
    this then caused a downward spiral in health because they were not able to sit outside in the garden for a bit of respite.
    The noise of the trucks and works, the mounds of dirt etc encroaches on any ounce of peace you would want living in your home
    we now live in a street where people ignore your signs and the opposing footpath is a dumping ground for people's rubbish. At the moment there is a mattress, dinning chairs, cans of paint, an abandoned trailer with rubbish in it.
    the toll of living this way for this long is causing our lives to drop to depression.
    Do you live in this street. Would you know how it feels?

    Please open it up to a garden green for a whole community to finally live well.
    There must be another venue or another way, elsewhere.
    It will be tragic to our family if you were to carry on regardless.

  2. Sahar Armanious wrote to local councillor Ron Brownlees

    We object to your proposal.

    For over 30 years we have endured
    the stench
    anxiety felt in living with the smell and having to constantly call to have this dealt with
    we inhale this toxic stuff
    we could not go out in our garden
    the amount of dust has often stopped us putting out our washing on the line. We felt like prisoners in our home with no choice.
    the dust that covers our house windows and covers our cars (we have sent photos) is unacceptable.
    the hardship this has on us financially to have this cleaned for years.
    our family member endured a severe hardship with critical illness and we were not able to open the doors or windows and still the dust got into the house.
    this then caused a downward spiral in health because they were not able to sit outside in the garden for a bit of respite.
    The noise of the trucks and works, the mounds of dirt etc encroaches on any ounce of peace you would want living in your home
    we now live in a street where people ignore your signs and the opposing footpath is a dumping ground for people's rubbish. At the moment there is a mattress, dinning chairs, cans of paint, an abandoned trailer with rubbish in it.
    the toll of living this way for this long is causing our lives to drop to depression.
    Do you live in this street. Would you know how it feels?

    Please open it up to a garden green for a whole community to finally live well.
    There must be another venue or another way, elsewhere.
    It will be tragic to our family if you were to carry on regardless.

    Delivered to local councillor Ron Brownlees. They are yet to respond.

  3. Sahar Armanious wrote to local councillor Steve Staikos

    We object to your proposal.

    For over 30 years we have endured
    the stench
    anxiety felt in living with the smell and having to constantly call to have this dealt with
    we inhale this toxic stuff
    we could not go out in our garden
    the amount of dust has often stopped us putting out our washing on the line. We felt like prisoners in our home with no choice.
    the dust that covers our house windows and covers our cars (we have sent photos) is unacceptable.
    the hardship this has on us financially to have this cleaned for years.
    our family member endured a severe hardship with critical illness and we were not able to open the doors or windows and still the dust got into the house.
    this then caused a downward spiral in health because they were not able to sit outside in the garden for a bit of respite.
    The noise of the trucks and works, the mounds of dirt etc encroaches on any ounce of peace you would want living in your home
    we now live in a street where people ignore your signs and the opposing footpath is a dumping ground for people's rubbish. At the moment there is a mattress, dinning chairs, cans of paint, an abandoned trailer with rubbish in it.
    the toll of living this way for this long is causing our lives to drop to depression.
    Do you live in this street. Would you know how it feels?

    Please open it up to a garden green for a whole community to finally live well.
    There must be another venue or another way, elsewhere.
    It will be tragic to our family if you were to carry on regardless.

    Photo of Steve Staikos
    Steve Staikos local councillor for Kingston City Council
    replied to Sahar Armanious

    Dear Sahar

    This is not a council proposal, council is the planning authority dealing with the application lodged by the proponent.

    This waste facility not not owned or run by council.

    The application seeks retrospective approval for the previous overfill which occurred in 2015, and is not seeking to add more waste that is in there today or to reopen the landfill.

    The overfill is located on the southern portion of the site, the sandy looking hill near the park. In reality the appearance would change by moving that existing hill of landfill close to the park more to the rear (north) and make it slightly lower than it appears today, and then to landscape it.

    The application information can be found here:
    http://www.kingston.vic.gov.au/files/assets/public/building-and-planning-folder/planning/advertised-plans/180115/kp935158-advertising-documentation-19-71-carroll-road-oakleigh-south.pdf

    Kindest regards

    Cr Steve Staikos
    MAYOR
    City of Kingston

    d 9581 4706
    m 0447 896 643

    On 23 Jan 2018, at 18:36, Sahar Armanious <> wrote:

    We object to your proposal.

    For over 30 years we have endured
    the stench
    anxiety felt in living with the smell and having to constantly call to have this dealt with
    we inhale this toxic stuff
    we could not go out in our garden
    the amount of dust has often stopped us putting out our washing on the line. We felt like prisoners in our home with no choice.
    the dust that covers our house windows and covers our cars (we have sent photos) is unacceptable.
    the hardship this has on us financially to have this cleaned for years.
    our family member endured a severe hardship with critical illness and we were not able to open the doors or windows and still the dust got into the house.
    this then caused a downward spiral in health because they were not able to sit outside in the garden for a bit of respite.
    The noise of the trucks and works, the mounds of dirt etc encroaches on any ounce of peace you would want living in your home
    we now live in a street where people ignore your signs and the opposing footpath is a dumping ground for people's rubbish. At the moment there is a mattress, dinning chairs, cans of paint, an abandoned trailer with rubbish in it.
    the toll of living this way for this long is causing our lives to drop to depression.
    Do you live in this street. Would you know how it feels?

    Please open it up to a garden green for a whole community to finally live well.
    There must be another venue or another way, elsewhere.
    It will be tragic to our family if you were to carry on regardless.

    From Sahar Armanious to local councillor Steve Staikos

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    Planning Application for 19-71 Carroll Road, Oakleigh South, VIC

    Description: Use and Develop the Land for a Solid Inert Waste Landfill

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