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In Oatlands NSW on “Development Application -...” at 59 - 59A Belmore Street Oatlands NSW 2117:

DB commented

I fully agree to all points made by Allen Chen. Additionally as a parent of a child who attends Oatland Public School, I can say that there are aleady significant safety issue surrounding children
pedestrians where they are already difficult to see by drivers. Students at Oatland Public School already have to cross (on foot) multiple driveways on their journey to the front gate and adding another large commercial driveway to the vicinity of the School will only increase the risk to the safety of students making their way to and from school, as well as to any children enrolled at the proposed child care centre whos parents park on the street due to limited under ground parking spaces. This risk will also extend to children who attend the already existing child care centre on Belmore St. This proposer business would also create unnecessary competition with the smaller community child care centre on Belmore St and take away from their security and longevity as a local business within the Oatlands community.

The under ground works also pose a real threat to the students and staff of Oatlands public school and local residents if not conducted in adherance to strick code regulations in regard to the under ground Caltex petroleum pipeline that runs through the property.

Last of all, as with many area within the Parramatta City Council jurisdiction, the Belmore St road infrastructure was not designed to service the traffic volume that can be expected with a development such as this and will.suffer as a consequence.

I am fully apposed to this development application.

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