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

Andrew Reveley commented

I am writing to object to the proposed development at 14 Cosgrove Avenue, Keiraville NSW 2500.
I am surprised the planning officers would even allow someone to spend their money in applying for such a ridiculous development.
This is a bush block with one building area approved many years ago for a single large residence.
Nothing has changed. The same issues apply now as they did when Cleary Brothers owned it.
In fact building approval should be even more stringent.
This is a bush fire prone area and as such this application should be rejected.
Any development needs to manage storm water runoff as previously identified. This involves significant work installing sumps etc. under the road in Cosgrove Avenue, Andrews Avenue and Georgina Avenue.
How on earth can the small suburban roads handle another 109 cars? I am amazed that Council Officers even allowed the developer to submit such a ridiculous proposal.
Are we sliding back into the old dodgy planning decision days of the past that Wollongong is infamous for?
My property adjoins this block and my family moved into it because of the quiet location and proximity to the natural bush. The development would greatly impact our lifestyle and our property value.
Please do not allow this development to proceed in any way. Assuming this is an ambit proposal I expect the developer will try to submit a smaller revised plan.
Please remind the developers this is only approved for one large residential dwelling.

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