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In Macquarie Park NSW on “Approval is sought for a...” at 122 Herring Rd Macquarie Park NSW 2113:

Monique Crane commented

I strongly object with the proposal and I request your reconsideration on this application for 122 Herring Road.

This proposal is outrageous and should be reconsidered. Overpopulation in the area too much construction SO CLOSE to 120 building MAY NOT BE SAFE!!

Our building is 24 floors high, building so close is not okay! And should be avoided. THE COUNCIL NEEDS TO CREATE SPACE BETWEEN THE BUILDINGS!

The DENSITY is not safe! More cars, roads and people in a small space is NOT okay. There are many children in the 120 building the volume of cars proposed is not safe. Macquarie Park is a large leafy neighbourhood and our home.

The current proposal allows us only 2 hours of sunlight per day. We don’t need to live in buildings that have LESS THAN 2HRS OF SUNLIGHT A DAY. Just because it is legal doesn't make it right!

THE CURRENT PLAN IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH!! Wind draft, noise, lights round the clock, less than 2 hours of sunlight is NOT OKAY!! WE NEED to change the plan!

We brought our place to make it our family home. We brought an apartment where my toddler can see the horizon to improve his vision. With 122 building we will be 24 meters from another tower with no ability to view the horizon.

How long will it take for the council to value the lives of the citizens over profiteering developers.

Please stop this.

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