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In Milperra NSW on “Procedural paper...” at 56 Prescott Parade, Milperra NSW 2214:

Kris commented

There is absolutely no benefit for the area regarding this development or any planned development surrounding the university. To repeat what some of the other commentators have said, we do not have the infrastructure to accomodate thousands of new residence and cars on the lot. We do not have adequate transport or car spaces at our local railway stations for new residences, our local schools and child care centres are crowded enough, extending HLD will barely assist in alleviating the current traffic issues let alone thousands of more cars with Riverlands and the University being developed, and the lights at Pozieres are a nightmare already. Our animal populations have been devastated with the fires, the Riverlands is a flood zone. Mirvac already has plans to turn Milperra into a slum with its grotesque designs as it has in the North West; with any amenities only being available to those within the new area. How, how is this good for the area??? This has been vehemently been battled for years, for it to have reached this point shows a lack of regard for the communities thoughts and feelings on the matter. I have little faith in our councils and government- they do not care about the feelings of the public not of the environment. Milperra does not have amenities or infrastructure of Revesby, Padstow or Panania, which have already been negative affected by over population and poor planning. Please do not ruin our small community. This benefits no one but the back pockets of the greedy. The five in my family are heavily opposed to this farce.

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