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

Robin Z commented

Hi Sir/Madam,

As an owner of 120 Herring Rd Building, I am strongly OPPOSED to Application LDA 2019/9264, 122 Herring Road, Macquarie Park NSW 2113 – Morling College Application.

I believe any sustainable development of a community should take account into life condition of all existing and future residents, rather than only focus on short-term financial benefits. The proposed 14 stories height building is too close to existing two buildings on Herring Rd (120 Herring Rd & Saunders Close), I think no one wanna someone else looking at his-her face when he/she get up every morning. This is definitely not accepted, this is about privacy.

Then, the foundation of the buildings are not capable to bear the impulse when the new construction starts to build. I think Opal Tower and Mascot building crack are the best example. Furthermore, construction noise and dust from this proposed construction. We don't wish that we need to bear the noises everyday, as we already have enough due to heavy traffics on herring road and constructions nearby.

Thirdly, Macquaire Uni - Macquarie Park has become a congested area, the most thing this area, community needs is infrastructure, rather than more buildings and bring more people in. High-density of buildings in appearance will not create any value for this community, the most important this is environment, environment, environment.

I hope our city of council will consider benefits of local residents, and reconsider the above DA Application.

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