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In Milperra NSW on “Subdivision of proposed Lot...” at 56 Prescott Parade, Milperra NSW 2214:

Lauren Fee commented

I am a resident of Milperra and I am wholeheartedly against this development proposal.

I, along with a very large number of residents who have personally attended the many peaceful protests of this development am aghast that our cries have fallen on deaf ears or stupid minds.

We barely have enough infrastructure to support the existing residents of Milperra. The public transport network is lacking at best, we have next to no shopping facilities aside from our wonderful local shop owners, our water supply is low nation wide which I’m sure you can also agree, would not be aided by increased population. Our waste facilities are sub-par, Henry Lawson drive is far from sufficient, there are simply not enough schools in the area (both public and primary) to cope with a booming population.

The wildlife would be severely disrupted, PROTECTED species of trees would be carelessly discarded to make room for the money in your pockets.

I won’t even waste my time continuing to educate you about the things you should already know.

Have any of you actually taken the time to stay in the area and actually assess what damage is going to be done if this proposal goes ahead? I’m guessing not because no one of a sane mind would allow that type of damage to occur in such a great community.

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