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In Bardwell Park NSW on “Change of use to a...” at 5 Hartill-Law Avenue, Bardwell Park NSW 2207:

AJ commented

The Palms Thai Day Spa (5 Hartill-Law Avenue, Bardwell Park) has reopened with no shop signs or anything. If the police raided these premises when they opened under the Palms Thai Day Spa with sniffer dogs supposedly, then why are they allowed to re-open for business under 'no name'?? Nothing has changed in my eyes. My suburb is not part of some third world country where anybody and anything goes. I surely do NOT want my property to devalue in price.

Three massage parlours within 20 metres of one another on the same side of the street is too excessive let alone damaging to the suburb esp as two are dubious businesses. Dubious? yes....why the need to be open 7 days a week from 10 am to 10 pm??!

The Palms Thai Day spa that has NO NAME at the moment, looks dubious especially how the front window is covered by a large bamboo divider which is a health hazard let alone it looks some backyard operation. Furthermore, it supposedly has 8 rooms for business and upstairs is also used I have heard via others in the suburb.

With Private Certifiera running amok and leaving council powerless, then why do we have a democratically elected Council ???

Time that Bayside Council put their Constituents first and ensured that our suburbs' identity and character is maintained. Given the rates that we are all charged to pay, Councils should be doing more for the residents of the suburb and simply not neglecting their concerns and allowing such shop owners to open such businesses who do not even live in the area.

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