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In Petersham NSW on “Alteration and additions to...” at 40 Bishop Street Petersham NSW 2049:

Darren commented

I strongly disagree and oppose this development!

Only 5 resident parking spots on plan yet released by developer for this site yet 10 residents will be living in this boarding house in a street which is congested and parking is extremely hard to get in bishop st. Also there is no visitor parking which potential cold have as many a 10 plus cars for the one dwelling which is ridiculous considering the strain on the current infrastructure as it is.

aesthetically the double story house does not match the existing single surrounding houses at that end of the street and would be a eyesore

Boarding houses will decrease residents property value

Increase traffic with extra vehicles cutting through bishop street. Morgan street is also blocked off so currently high numbers of vehicles cut through bishop street currently and now add an extra 10 residents in the street it becomes ridiculous

The noise from a increase has some serious Mental health concerns

Privacy for houses adjacent to building also includes a right to sunlight (especially in winter), security, and protection of views and privacy from overlooking.

Impact upon trees

Negative effect on nature conservation

This application must be stopped and amended to at least provide enough parking for each resident

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