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In Redfern NSW on “13-23 Gibbons Street,...” at 13-23 Gibbons Street, Redfern,:

Stefanie Almgren commented

As resident that has just seen yet another approval go ahead with the Iglu on regent st and now this coming up for approval, enough with the student housing and affordable housing.
I have concerns with the numbers that will be the bedrooms - fire hazards, how is this regulated?
What about the height of the building, this will block views that I currently have and also have "new residents" looking into the building. Another investor cashing in when the height should remain the same as the original building and no higher!
The parking situation is already bad, with the stripping of 10 spots last year on Gibbons st and now the closure of Marian St near the station - thats a considerable loss, will there be more parking thats untimed? what are the measures in place?
I wholeheartedly agree with Kelly her concerns are also mine;
- proximity of building works and disruption to the foundations of our building (massive issues in the past for the street, with already traffic jams)
- traffic management of the building site during demolition and construction phase
- general cleanliness of area and buildings during construction phase given that other buildings have done the same and caused bugs and rodents to come out of the demo.
- there is already a considerable amount of noise along Gibbons St, how are you going to reduce this and the impact made on all the buildings in street.

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