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In Ferntree Gully VIC on “Building and works to...” at 2-8 St Elmo Avenue, Ferntree Gully VIC 3156:

Jordan commented

Good even all,

Thank you to the many affected residents that reached out over the last few days. Today's height demonstration was undoubtedly eye-opening for many who witnessed their privacy invaded and the significant impact a commercial building of this size would inflict on our homes. Many that passed by today, the majority locals voiced their disapproval and recommended a petition, and with today's response, hundreds of signatures would be easily achieved. We'll be creating a public group so we can discuss our concerns in realtime and include our elected officials local, state and federal members. Our voice must be heard via traditional and social media. For anyone that missed the demonstration, we are considering leaving the lift in place until the 26th of October. We will make today's video and photos available to all.

Neville - you really should be ashamed of yourself. Your website states "aged care facility in Ferntree Gully with views of the Dandenong ranges" by stealing the views from local residents that have enjoyed them for years. In my opinion that is Hypocritical. You and your business will destroy the character of the neighbourhood, cause traffic and parking problems for locals, invade our right to privacy in our own homes and destroy the habit of many birds and animals that live in the big trees that your planning to cut down. Not one person I've spoken to is objecting to a nursing home, it's the unrealistic height and invasion of privacy.

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