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

Jialin Peng commented

Dear Sir or Madam,

I live in 120 herring road. I strongly wish to object to this proposal! If anyone of decison makers coud come here in person to have a look what the real environment is and where the proposal plans to do, he or she will absolutely dosn't consider this proposal is a good idea!

1. Density, Density, Density! only 10-12m between buildings, Herring Road is not city, not CBD, not office buildings area. No residential buildings should be designed like this proposal, so crazy! Even in China, they are not doing like this now!

2. Safety, Safety, Safety! Don't forget Opal tower, Moscot and others. Too close tall buildings construction will absolutely bring huge risks. If any those kind of disaster things happen, can any officers stand up to take the responsibility? Safetyis not only about the construction risks, but also the kids safety. No playground, no dog area, nothing!

3. sunlight, strong wind, traffic conjection, polution, these things have been brought up here enough.

4. I highly understand the develpment is as important but I just hope this ridiculous proposal gets amends to make this area more prosperous, more environment friendly. I believe every single resident in Herring road community doesn't like this proposal.

5. Some folks in Council consider zero of the people in community, making more money is only thing they care about. But I still believe there must be some good folks in Council who really care about the people and will to help Ryde becoming better. Nevertheless, I and my family will do our best to stand with all residents in this community to get this proposal becoming reasonable!

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