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In Panania NSW on “Demolish all existing...” at 15 Lawler Street Panania NSW 2213:

Sue Heinrich commented

There are numerous reason as to why I object to the above building application. The cutting down of the large jacaranda tree. It is a source of refuge for many birds and nesting spots. The lilli pilli out the front of the house is home to a possum.

The sewerage is now becoming a problem as Sydney Water has had to come and and clear it just a few months ago. I have lived here for a number of years and this is the first time they have had to do so. The water pressure in the area is not that good as it is and with the added addition of yet another dual residence this will only get worse. The street is already full of residence cars and even though they cater for two vehicles in each building most residences park atleast one of their cars in the street. Many cars are parked in front of other peoples houses and then the people who live in these have no where to park. It is very annoying to come home from a night out only to have someone parked in the front of your house. .
Does council actually come out and look at these development application sites and if they did they they would release that people are getting sick of new dwelling imposing on the ones that are already there. A number of people have had to sell up and move as the dwelling is built so close to the boundary lines and so high that they take the light out of the dwellings. The probem of privacy is another issue. They build up the site and this then it lifts the whole development and make already existing fences useless and on some occasions they fence has had to to be lifted adding extra cost ot the person already living there.l

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