Recent comments on applications from Singleton Council, NSW

  1. In Singleton NSW on “Alterations and Additions...” at 14 Rawcliffe St, Singleton 2330 NSW:

    John Walsh commented

    Please explain to our community why this DA rwquires notifcication,yet DA 22/2018 SES monstrosity is on record by your planning department DID NOT require notification ?

  2. In Singleton NSW on “Second Storey Deck” at 2B Sussex St, Singleton 2330 NSW:

    John Walsh commented

    Please explain why this DA requires notification,when your planning department has legally stated on record DA 22/2018 DID NOT require notification ?

  3. In Singleton Heights NSW on “Carport” at 21 Northcott Av, Singleton Heights 2330 NSW:

    John Walsh commented

    Why does a carport require notification,when DA 22/2018 sub division does not require notification as recorded by your department ?

  4. In Branxton NSW on “Food and Drink Premises” at 102C Mcmullins Rd, Branxton 2335 NSW:

    Stephen & Maureen Robertson commented

    We have no problem with this application for food & drink premises going ahead. We can only see it as a bonus for the Hunter community to enjoy High Tea.

  5. In Singleton NSW on “DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION -...” at 9-11 Queen Street Singleton NSW 2330:

    John Walsh commented

    No DA notification was sent out to affected neighbours.This building is not permitted on a R1 residential lot.This building proposed development is a direct contravention of Policy 4.19. It does not respect local
    context and street pattern or, in particular, the scale and proportions of surrounding buildings, and would be
    entirely out of the character of the area, to the detriment of the local environment.”

  6. In Singleton NSW on “DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION -...” at 9-11 Queen Street Singleton NSW 2330:

    John Walsh commented

    No DA notification was sent out to affected neighbours.This building is not permitted on a R1 residential lot.This building proposed development is a direct contravention of Policy 4.19. It does not respect local
    context and street pattern or, in particular, the scale and proportions of surrounding buildings, and would be
    entirely out of the character of the area, to the detriment of the local environment.”

  7. In Pokolbin NSW on “Cellar Door Premises” at 694A Hermitage Road Pokolbin NSW 2320:

    Dennis Eldridge, Valuer & Property Consultant commented

    Permissible,sensible,compliant, and compatible development. Approval supported.

  8. In Pokolbin NSW on “Torrens Title Subdivision” at 972 Hermitage Road Pokolbin NSW 2320:

    Dennis Carl Eldridge commented

    I have studied the site and read the proposal including the Statement of Environmental Effects. I believe this proposal is based on sound planning principles; is practical; and economically sound.It also complies with the principles of the Hermitage Road Planning Study.

    Dennis C. Eldridge M.Bus. HDA FAPI F.Fin.

    Registered Valuer and Rural Finance Consultant
    Registration No. 274
    Certified Practising Valuer
    Certified Practising Valuer (Bus)
    Certified Property Practitioner (Fin)

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