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In Maroubra NSW on “Demolition of existing...” at 1038 Anzac Parade Maroubra NSW 2035:

Erika H. commented

This development should be rejected and I echoe all the negative impacts to the South Maroubra area mentioned thus far. I, like many parents in my townhouse and houses nearby enjoy exercising and walking with our prams/strollers with our kids up and down the footpath along Anzac Pde and across to the scooter park, playground and swimming centre. As a working mum of 2 kids, infant and toddler with daily constant dropping off and pickups from daycare, I moved here 5 years ago to start a family and enjoy the surrounding beaches, bays, parks and amenities and shops. The influx of 80+ transient residents who won't consider their place home like my family and others around us, does not fit in with this area...and the community residents that are trying to improve the surburbs image. The extra noise will affect my kids well being and extra foot traffic and congestion is a safety issue for the kids as well. I have an open courtyard where my kids play, and this new dense living, 3 storey boarding house will look straight down into our townhouse, losing our privacy and possibly their saftety. My husband and I have already experienced on multiple occasions random people jumping over our fence (denting it as well) into our courtyard (luckily whilst my kids were inside) you could imagine this DA proposal at 1038-1040 Anzac Pde is making me very anxious and worried for my kids and also angry at money making developers not taking family and real community life into consideration. A police record of public nuisance, crime, theft and drug and alcohol offences of this particular area is proof enough. Randwick Council, please reject this DA proposal.

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