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In Sans Souci NSW on “365-377 Rocky Point Road,...” at 365-377 Rocky Point Road, Sans Souci:

Evangelia Hili commented

I feel this DA at 365-377 Rocky Point Road, Sans Souci is inappropriate for this area. Five storeys is much too much high for this address.3 storeys would be more appropriate.
The streets around this development namely Broughton Street and Bonney Street cannot cope with the existing traffic. These streets will not cope with a development of this size.There is no parking for residents because the shopkeepersand shoppers take all the parking and residents are forced to park on footpaths and in driveways.This is not fair to residents and it is dangerous for pedestrians as well as drivers trying to negotiate these streets.
Privacy for surroundings residents will be non existant if this development goes ahead.Five storeys of people peering into backyards will make residents not want to enjoy their own backyards.I actually bought my property here because it was very private yet close to amenities but now I wish I had of bought elsewhere.
.On the property of number 375 Rocky Point Road Sans Souci which is part of the development there is a massive native gum tree which is home to many different type of birds and it is more than likely a protected gum tree.
The residents of Bonney Street have to put up with so much in terms of traffic,shops using their forklifts from 5am and waking residents up and numerous other complaints.
Please consider the residents around this proposed development and think of their health, well being and amenity.

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