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

Natalie Small commented

I object to the construction of 40 unit boarding house at 1038-1040 Anzac Parade.
I sincerely urge Randwick Council to refuse this DA Proposal DA/144/2019) on the below grounds:

That is not in keeping with anything in the immediate area. We have no boarding houses and is all residential living. Everything is also at 2 levels only not 3. With the 3rd level there will be no privacy at the complex 1030 to 1036 Anzac Pde. Are the rooms going to be soundproofed ?

The noise level at night with definitely carry toward our building, which the caretaker may or may not be able to contain. With the 3 month leases it could be holiday makers that decide to take up residency. So it is party time every night.

I am unsure if you realise that we have a Porta’s Liquor outlet just across the road from 1030 Anzac Parade, so we already have a lot of noise at night from the drinkers that loiter around the area and in the middle of the street.

The parking around 1038 Anzac Parade is already tight, even with the parking in the middle of the street. When it is summer parking is very tight around the area because of the park and swimming pool just around the corner from Anzac Parade. At night people park their to visit Pizza Hut and the bottle shop.

Getting in and out of the driveway is already risky in peak hours, without the extra traffic that 80 cars create.

We already have public housing on the other side of the complex (1028 anzac Pde) which has a whole other set of problems for us. So to have loud noises on both sides lot the complex is unreasonable.

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