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In Bexley North NSW on “Construction of part two...” at 84 New Illawarra Road, Bexley North NSW 2207:

Nathan Kearnes commented

The proposed development should be rejected.
It does not the objectives of the land zoning being 'low density residential' and 'context and setting that minimises any impact on the character and amenity of the area'.
It does not comply with the height and floorspace requirements of R2 zoned land and the comments that the proposed development is consistent with existing and emerging character are misleading.
The cumulative impact of the proposed development would set a precedence not in keeping with the objectives and requirements of the R2 land zone.
The proposed development is inconsistent with the requirements of the DCP including: 'protect and enhance the character of the suburbs and neighbourhood'; visual amenity; street scape; setbacks; building design; tree removal.
The site compatibility certificate is utilised in a way that is misleading with regard to building height (existing housing stock is predominately single storey); parking (not enough parking provided for each unit let alone visitors); built form and building design (not in keeping with existing housing stock).

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