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In Thirroul NSW on “Residential - demolition of...” at 28 George Street, Thirroul NSW 2515:

Paul commented

I think if you modernising a building and increasing the population density of our community then you need to take this opportunity to reduce the impact on our environment and future proof it's overall design.
Why isn't there a foot path in the plan? The developer should be installing this as part of the approval process.
Why is the energy rating so low on a new dwelling 5.4. It should be a minimum of 8?
Where are the clothes lines or other options for naturally drying clothes? Four families of four, all forced to run clothes dryers.
Where are the solar panels? Why isn't it mandatory for high density building design?
Now would be a great opportunity to install fibre to the premises. Why isn't that mandatory.
Are the developers held accountable for the tree selection and layout as per the plans? There appears to be know tick in the column for the certifier check in the environmental section.
I am shocked by these short falls in modern building design and can't support this poor proposal.

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