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In Milperra NSW on “2 lot Torrens title...” at 2 Bullecourt Avenue, Milperra NSW 2214:

Jackie Coleman commented

A resident of Milperra for over 40 years and this will change the face of our suburb forever and NOT for the better. Another development is NOT what Milperra needs - we have Riverlands which will see our suburb grow - What Milperra residents and families NEED is a Co-Ed High School and this site is perfect. The UWS site was ALWAYS to be used for the purpose of Education and we are in desperate need of a local High School because of our growth. As a mother of 2 I can NOT send my sons to an in area Co-Ed High School because we don't have one. In the year 2020 my only options are either to pay for private education or send them to the single sex High School East Hills Boys which is crazy. This may have been a preferred option to educate kids back in the 1970s but it is not what residents prefer today. The UWS site must remain as a place for education as it was always intended. Apart from a lack of access to a Co-Ed High School, residents simply don't want a high density (gated) development in our suburb that is already under stress from traffic, storm water issues, choked roads to/from M5, lack of public transport and infrastructure and this is what was advised to Mirvac at the "open" day. Many residents felt that this was a 'show only' and the simple fact is that locals do not want this development. Please listen to the people and not just look at the profits.

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