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In Upper Ferntree Gully VIC on “Development of a Medical...” at 1 Mount View Road, Upper Ferntree Gully VIC 3156:

Morgan commented

Sorry got developer's name wrong in previous comment, re-reading report says it is Steven Cao.
Steven Cao's development is like Box Hill Medical Centre. It plans to destroy some beautiful trees on the property and thus hurt our birdlife and our health.
We recently bought into the area for the neighbourhood, the trees and the birds that come so close to people and our health - all of which would be destroyed by this development and force rate-payers to sell and move further out to stay healthy.
If Knox Council considers this proposal during lockdown it means many residents will not be able to know or find out about it - which would be negligent and injurious to residents, to not be given reasonable chance to be informed - to be able to object.
Having thirteen doctors working at one time, with only nineteen carspaces, means the developer obviously plans to use carspaces belonging to Ferntree Plaza, the Royal Hotel and street carparking, and further congesting traffic.
A fair developer, with any real interest in health, would surely make a small medical centre not designed to harm health, destroy lovely old trees and hurt the native animals and people, which this 9metre building, overdeveloped, overpopulated building, does.
I have never objected before, so please I need guidance to be able to make effective objection - please advise me.

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