75 Hilder Street, Weston, ACT

PROPOSAL FOR DUAL OCCUPANCY - Construction of 2 new two storey dwellings with attached garage and carport, landscaping and associated works.

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(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 201833360)


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  1. Heather Millar commented

    I have an issue with the proposed carport for 75 Hilder Street. There are encroachment notices regarding the rear set back and the side set back of the carport. There is also an encroachment notice regarding the upper floor feature awning front set back. These encroachments do detrimentally affect our front entrance and entry path.
    The previous carport was not on the boundary line (as reported in the plans). I can produce photographic evidence of this.There was a shared garden in between.

  2. Alexandra Rawson commented

    I have an issue with there being two dwellings on the one property causing issues such as; reduced privacy for the surrounding neighbours, having a carport wall too close to number 77's front door/entry way, and changing the atmosphere and dynamic of the street as well as the suburb.

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