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In Woolooware NSW on “Construction of Stage 1...” at 455 Captain Cook Drive, Woolooware:

Jon dodd commented

I have to say that I have never whinged about any developments anywhere, until this development at Woolooware Bay, surely you can see that this woolooware Bay Area from woolooware road to Gannons Road when this development is finished With another how many residential towers, a shopping centre and a hotel is going to be hugely over developed.
Honestly we are not talking about 100 units here, it’s probably more like 1000 units, a shopping centre with major retailers and a hotel,.
It sounds like you don’t travel this road very often, afternoons when sports training is on from about 4 pm west bound traffic is chaos, it can take 15 minutes to travel from woolooware road to Gannons road about 500 metres. The weekends when the sports fields are in play, the traffic is chaos, just imagine having a shopping centre there as well as another 255 units.
It’s beyond a joke and should never have been approved, Australia has about 7.7 million square kilometres of land, we don’t need multi high rise developments like this one and others that have been built in the sutherland shire. It needs to stop.

The R4 developments need to be seriously revised. Just have a look at Cronulla, heavy residential, their is no way that such a large number multi storey high rise in such a small radius can be healthy and or safe. Go for a drive down Gerale street, MacDonald St, Ozone St, Cronulla Street, Surf Lane, Croydon St, Parramatta Street, Elizabeth st, you will find all multi storey Unit blocks, the old red brick units being demolished to make way for new developments with more units. It is traffic chaos in these streets after 6.30 am every day.

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