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In Bardwell Park NSW on “Construction of semi...” at 10 Lambert Road, Bardwell Park NSW 2207:

Stefan Goslinga commented

I oppose the proposed DA as many point out it's Refused Land & Environment Court proposal from last year. They seem to be trying to pass off this DA as completely different from the original when it is in fact not. It's the same DA that got rejected previously. The proposed environmental damage is incredibly concerning. These trees should not be removed. The proposed property is too big for a R2 Low Density area. The information is misleading especially with Statement of Environmental Effects and Shadow Diagrams. The neighbours will also lose a lot of privacy if the trees are removed. Bardwell Park is not a city, but it's a suburb. This development is too big. The Statement of Environmental Effects state "The matter has not been the subject of a formal pre DA meeting." however that is not true as it was brought up by many locals who attended the previous Land & Environment court hearing in 2017 which the DA was eventually deemed refused. "The proposal includes the removal of 11 existing trees from the rear of the site." The rear site is the one that backs off into the reserve adding much needed canopy space. It's entirely unnecessary to remove these trees. "The proposal will not compromise the amenity of other residents in terms of privacy, solar access or views." This is untrue as when the trees will be removed the neighbors will lose their privacy and the substantially bigger houses next door will be able to see through over the fence or on the top floor. The house is so big they can overlook into lower residents houses and yards on Darley Road and other sides on Lambert Rd. This is an unwanted development proposal which I object too and I strongly encourage Bayside Council to do the same.

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