35 Karuah Street, Dickson, ACT

AMENDMENT TO APPROVED DA201733065. Amendment to the development application for construction of 6 new buildings up to 9 storeys containing a total of 409 dwellings, roof gardens, basement parking, landscaping, removal of trees and associated site works - the amendment is to remove the originally proposed green wall in compliance with the BCA clause C1.14, excluding the use of living or synthetic plant materials and to include a painted mural only.

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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 201733065)

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  1. Deborah Hamilton commented

    I have lived in the inner north for nearly 30 years and I’m not against medium density but the traffic has become completely crazy. There’s not enough planning for simply the increase in volume of cars on the roads in the inner north. The light rail will only help a little as not everyone is going to civic. People are dropping kids at school, doing their shopping, going to medical appointments, getting to work and not everyone is in an office on the light rail route. When you get to civic there’s the decrepit gateman place or the marble palace of the Canberra centre. There needs to be more effort going into managing traffic and driver attitude if we are to actually make a go of higher density living. We are an impatient discourteous culture and I wish we could learn from other cultures like japan about how to live together. I hope that for this development traffic impact is being properly included and that the building quality good as a lot of these places are the tenements of the future

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