61 Hyndes Crescent, Holder, ACT

PROPOSAL FOR DUAL OCCUPANCY - Construction of one new single storey dwelling and one new two storey dwelling with attached garages, landscaping and associated works.

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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: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 201833457)

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  1. Christine Isanne Wilson commented

    I live opposite 61 Hyndes Crescent, and I note that the two houses that are planned for this block will each be quite large, and will be placed very close together on the block. It seems to me to be too close. The single-storey house on the north side of the block will, no doubt, benefit from its northerly aspect, but it looks like the two-storey house on the south side of the block will only get sunshine to the second storey for most of the year; the lower storey will be in shade pretty much all the time. I am concerned that the houses will present a view to Hyndes Crescent of solid building across almost the whole block, with two large garage doors as main features, and lots of windows, unsoftened by trees or much of a garden. There is a dual-occupancy at 54 Hyndes Crescent, where the second house has been built behind the original house, and the end result is much more in sympathy with the streetscape than what is planned for 61 Hyndes Crescent. I am pleased that the claret ash tree on the verge is to be retained, and that the other large but unprepossessing tree is to be removed.

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