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In Keiraville NSW on “Residential - multi...” at 14 Cosgrove Avenue, Keiraville NSW 2500:

Karen Wyatt commented

I strongly oppose this development!
It is out of character, utterly barbaric and lacks complete common sense.
The front of the properties access is a single driveway and is on an extremely narrow road that already has parking congestion from the University. Building 47 units will undeniably cause major traffic problems.
Surrounding properties are low density residential homes, with narrow roads. This development is oversized for the location and is not in keeping with the surrounding infrastructure.
The size of this proposed development will not only negatively impact the area regarding traffic flow and aesthetic appeal but also could potentially become a tinder box for fires from the escarpment.
I am also extremely concerned about the natural environmental impact the building works will have on the flora and fauna. I believe that as a society we are obligated to preserving as many trees and wildlife as possible, particularly as we have lost so much during this seasons catastrophic fires.
The council has the power to do the right thing for the community of Keiraville by opposing this monstrosity. We need to know that council is listening to our pleas and shows insight into how this will impact the environment and the residents that currently reside in the area.
Thank you for your time and hopefully we can gain the support from the council by unanimously rejecting this development and inevitably retaining the unique beauty of Keiraville.

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