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In Granville NSW on “Demolition, tree removal...” at 2-8 East Street Granville:

john ayoub commented

The development application for this 19 storey complex is well needed for the suburb of Granville and i have to say that i grew up in Granville and the building near Granville station was built over 30 years ago and nothing since then has been constructed to a similar height. The area around East street and Cowper street should all be residential and may be commercial suites. Parking is going to be an issue but that is why i agree with this development they have also allowed basement parking. The area at the moment is mixed with factory units and some small residential buildings and there is always a problem for car parking. I actually own a property in Cowper street and i find it difficult to lease because of the limited parking on the street. When couriers drop off parcels they are actually double parking on the street because there is no where for them to park.
It is a good time now for town planners to have a look at this area and put something together for developers so that the area can be well designed and use up all the benefits being so close to Granville station. Merrylands is also an area which is looking at the same type of developments being constructed but i do not think it is suitable as much as it is in Granville for many reasons such as the train station and services. I hope that my input has helped in making the right decision for Granville and its community.

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