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  1. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Arun Bhuta commented

    Dear Sir/Madam
    The affordable housing requirement stated in "State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009"

    State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009
    Current version for 28 February 2019 to date (accessed 9 July 2019 at 20:38)
    Part 1 Clause 4
    4 Interpretation—general
    (1) In this Policy:
    accessible area means land that is within:
    (a) 800 metres walking distance of a public entrance to a railway station or a wharf from which a Sydney Ferries ferry service operates, or
    (b) 400 metres walking distance of a public entrance to a light rail station or, in the case of a light rail station with no entrance, 400 metres walking distance of a platform of the light rail station, or
    (c) 400 metres walking distance of a bus stop used by a regular bus service (within the meaning of the Passenger Transport Act 1990) that has at least one bus per hour servicing the bus stop between 06.00 and 21.00 each day from Monday to Friday (both days inclusive) and between 08.00 and 18.00 on each Saturday and Sunday.

    This does not comply for the site.
    Hence My objection is the site can not suitable and can not be used for affordable housing.

  2. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Priyesh Patel commented

    I strongly oppose the construction of boarding houses in a densely populated area of Girraween. The council should not permit such development. It is posing serious risk to school children. There has been recent incident of drink and overspeed driving which could have nearly taken school children lives.

    THIS MUST STOP

  3. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Arun Bhuta commented

    Dear Sir/ Madam,

    Please provide documents which are created as per the the following
    link
    https://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/-/media/Files/DPE/Guidelines/guideline-sepp70-developing-affordable-housing-contribution-scheme-2019-02-28.pdf?la=en

    How you can be provided permission to have part 3 storey building in R3 zone?

  4. In Bridgeman Downs QLD on “Subdivision of Land,...” at 427 Beckett Rd Bridgeman Downs QLD 4035:

    Nathan Fistr commented

    I apose this development, the area of bridgeman downs has suffered from the most recent developments of high density apartments and dwellings that have started to impacted the long term owners and the environment that bridgeman down is known for. The amount of trees and effected areas for the recent developments in an area that has well been known for it leafy surrounding has suffered. We as a young family and resident of the suburb of 6 years feel the surrounding ammenities as mentioned in this proposal in Aspley, Albany Creek and McDowall are more than sufficient for young and mature families, and more developments as mentioned here with the service station and food outlets and yet more dwellings will only attract more traffic and with the insurgance of the amount of townhouses and cheaper homes will have a socioeconomic impacts on what is a prestigious suburb , crime has already increased drastically since the introduction of townhouses in the area.

  5. In North Plympton SA on “Land division - Torrens...” at 12 Mooringe Avenue, North Plympton SA 5037:

    Amandeep Singh commented

    It’s a shame to Learn that Landmark been knocked down in the name of Development.

    This property should stay as it and people must stand to protect.

  6. In Hawthorne QLD on “Multiple Dwelling, House On...” at 95 Barton Rd Hawthorne QLD 4171:

    Judith McKenzie commented

    This proposed development seems totally inappropriate to the area.Reasons include:
    1. It is not in keeping with the nature of the area between Barton St and the river.
    2. The blocks to be developed have long been recognized by locals as unsuited to development because of flooding.
    3. The claims made in the development application seem quite dubious e.g. re lack of impact on neighbours & local traffic; frequency of public transport; water flow management
    4. It is not in keeping with the council's latest statements on preserving the nature of such residential areas (September, 2018, May & June, 2019)

  7. In Norman Park QLD on “Dwelling House, Dwelling House” at 25 Patrick St Norman Park QLD 4170:

    Michael Brown (via Ellen June Smith) commented

    111 McIlwraith Ave borders the north side of the proposed development Lots 599 & 600.
    We have not had any consultation from the proposed developer, and this is disappointing.
    We have concerns that the proposal outlines a high retaining wall with a fence above leading to an overall fence height of 3+ metres in some areas. This is unacceptable.
    The maximum height should not exceed 2.5 metres. We would appreciate contact from builder well prior to any commencement.
    The current wire fence is not to be removed as we have pets on the property.

    The windows (x2) through the stairwell look onto our property and this is a privacy issue of significant concern. We would welcome this to be filmed so as no to cause overview into our property. The remaining exterior panels of the stairwell are shown as FC sheeting and should remain so.

  8. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Bhoomi commented

    I m resident of Targo Road, Girraween would like to strongly oppose the proposal of boarding house development at 96, Oramzi road.

    There are so many reasons for opposing but mainly my concern is for school, traffic and parking.. As this property is under Girraween Public School catchment, the school is already over crowded and number of students per classroom is increasing day by day. The quality education is getting lower cause of too many students to handle for one teacher. Also, school is building new classrooms every year and ground is getting smaller and smaller.. students need to walk approximately 1km to go to the playground as school is using KellyPark for sports. Kids do not happily participating in sports as they become very much tired on the sports day after walking and playing. Last year number of students were around 1100 and this year Iheard they are more than 1250 students. You can confirm all the details with the school.

    Another main point is traffic is increasing on Targo Road and around streets as so many new town house have been built. I saw three accidents on Targo Road in 15 days on peak time. This proposal will increase traffic which is already too much for us.

    Please do not approve such proposal as this suburb residents are already facing issues with school and traffic and parking on street too. To maintain the decency of suburb , as resident I am not happy with Boarding House proposal. So, I request you to consider the same.

  9. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Bhavik Patel commented

    Dear Sir/ Madam,

    I am a resident of Targo Road, and writing in regards to object the Development application at 96 ORAMZI ROAD GIRRAWEEN - DA- 193/2019 GIRRAWEEN. I am writing this letter to lodge my strong protest against the application.

    We are a very close community like one big family in Girraween where most of the families have primary school going children. I have strong objection for the proposed development at 96 Oramzi road for following reasons.

    · This is a quiet residential street with houses and units where people commute to work daily using the public transport and more than this they prefer a quiet living as compared to the busy neighbouring suburbs.
    · Recently we heard on the news that Police arrest three in Sydney counterterrorism raids, accuse one of planning attack link - https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07-02/nsw-police-counter-terrorism-operation-in-western-sydney/11271066

    This is scarier for us as one of the person who was arrested was found in our area (Toongabbie), this puts us in scary situation where the development of such boarding could house such anti-social elements and more so affecting the lifes of us, our children and our neighbours.

    · The boarding houses proposed for Oramzi Road are close to the primary school, posing a “serious risk to school children arising out of potential occupants and traffic”.
    · The development will attract a “different demographic to this family-friendly area”.
    · The aspect of trust will be seriously questioned if the boarding house development proceeds.
    · People staying in short-term motel-style accommodation will be mainly transient people of varied life experiences, some of a conflicted nature.
    · The development will effect safety and secure of entire community, it will also set the precedence for this type of unnecessary development.
    · Targo Road which consists of residential duplexes or townhouses which are Family oriented. Introduction of a boarding house is a clear misfit. How can a 3 storey boarding House be permitted in this area be allowed when this area is designated as R3? The proposed plan allows for the potential 30 units. This is totally unacceptable for such a small residential block and such a quiet residential street.
    · The boarding house will provide housing of single Males especially and can expect people addicted to drugs / alcohol/ smoke especially because of the psychological fact of being alone. This might lead to antisocial behaviours or tempt crime. This will affect the children going to adjacent play area in Bukari Reserve park which is opposite the proposed development address and neighbouring schools as well.
    · The plan for introduction of a boarding house has made a negative impact in the society already in the owners and rent payers. No one prefers to live in such an area. It will also make financial impacts for the owners .The market is down already and it would go further down in the adjacent properties if boarding house is introduced. Nobody can guarantee the people who will stay in short-term motel-style accommodation, they will be mainly transient people of varied life experiences, some of a conflicted nature. This will impact on their lifestyle and the character of the area.
    · This being a very good locality for people living as family to fulfill their children's educational needs with some very good schools nearby, will have a very bad impact with the development of this boarding house. I have one child studying in the neighbouring primary school, and almost all of the families have kids studying in the nearby schools and I am really concerned about the safety of kids with an ever changing nature of people living in motel type of accommodation, nature of people living in there and the busy nature of the street when it is commercialized.
    · Some of the houses in our community have one or more rooms (living room/ bedroom) facing this proposed development i.e. 96 Oramzi road. The 3 storey development would certainly impact each ones privacy and also block sunlight/ ventilation. Just to add here, we are concerned with the safety of our houses, with this development, where the crowd will be ever changing and they will not be responsible for any misbehaviour they do.
    · The proposed plan allows for the potential 30 units. This is totally unacceptable for such a small residential block and such a quiet residential street. The noise from such a high density residence, so close to the neighbours, would reach unacceptable levels. The peace and wellbeing of the neighbours will be significantly affected by the proposed building
    · Traffic will increase exponentially with this development and this will be accompanied with high amount of noise pollution which will be highly unbearable for families living here.
    · The Girraween public school already have great pressure to enrol primary students within school area because of high number of enrolment requests. The education department and council keep reducing school catchment area to relax the enrolment pressure. How can you justify this type of development while we don’t have enough primary classes for current populations within the catchment? This type of development will put unnecessary strain on already stretched Girraween public school.

    Please consider this as a formal request to reject the proposal for the development at 96 Oramzi road, Girraween. Please feel free to contact me via email or mobile number if required. Request you to send an acknowledgement that you have received the email and take this as a formal request of my objection.

  10. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Jayshree Patel commented

    Dear Sir/ Madam,

    I am a resident of 187 Targo Road, and writing in regards to object the Development application at 96 ORAMZI ROAD GIRRAWEEN - DA- 193/2019 GIRRAWEEN.

    We are a very close family community in Girraween where most of the families have primary school going children. I have strong objection for the proposed development at 96 Oramzi road for following reasons.

    · This is a quiet residential street with houses and units where people commute to work daily using the public transport and more than this they prefer a quiet living as compared to the busy neighbouring suburbs.
    · Recently we heard on the news that Police arrest three in Sydney counterterrorism raids, accuse one of planning attack link - https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07-02/nsw-police-counter-terrorism-operation-in-western-sydney/11271066

    This is scarier for us as one of the person who was arrested was found in our area (Toongabbie), this puts us in scary situation where the development of such boarding could house such anti-social elements and more so affecting the lifes of us, our children and our neighbours.

    · The boarding houses proposed for Oramzi Road are close to the primary school, posing a “serious risk to school children arising out of potential occupants and traffic”.
    · The development will attract a “different demographic to this family-friendly area”.
    · The aspect of trust will be seriously questioned if the boarding house development proceeds.
    · People staying in short-term motel-style accommodation will be mainly transient people of varied life experiences, some of a conflicted nature.
    · The development will effect safety and secure of entire community, it will also set the precedence for this type of unnecessary development.
    · Targo Road which consists of residential duplexes or townhouses which are Family oriented. Introduction of a boarding house is a clear misfit. How can a 3 storey boarding House be permitted in this area be allowed when this area is designated as R3? The proposed plan allows for the potential 30 units. This is totally unacceptable for such a small residential block and such a quiet residential street.
    · The boarding house will provide housing of single Males especially and can expect people addicted to drugs / alcohol/ smoke especially because of the psychological fact of being alone. This might lead to antisocial behaviours or tempt crime. This will affect the children going to adjacent play area in Bukari Reserve park which is opposite the proposed development address and neighbouring schools as well.
    · The plan for introduction of a boarding house has made a negative impact in the society already in the owners and rent payers. No one prefers to live in such an area. It will also make financial impacts for the owners .The market is down already and it would go further down in the adjacent properties if boarding house is introduced. Nobody can guarantee the people who will stay in short-term motel-style accommodation, they will be mainly transient people of varied life experiences, some of a conflicted nature. This will impact on their lifestyle and the character of the area.
    · This being a very good locality for people living as family to fulfill their children's educational needs with some very good schools nearby, will have a very bad impact with the development of this boarding house. I have one child studying in the neighbouring primary school, and almost all of the families have kids studying in the nearby schools and I am really concerned about the safety of kids with an ever changing nature of people living in motel type of accommodation, nature of people living in there and the busy nature of the street when it is commercialized.
    · Some of the houses in our community have one or more rooms (living room/ bedroom) facing this proposed development i.e. 96 Oramzi road. The 3 storey development would certainly impact each ones privacy and also block sunlight/ ventilation. Just to add here, we are concerned with the safety of our houses, with this development, where the crowd will be ever changing and they will not be responsible for any misbehaviour they do.
    · The proposed plan allows for the potential 30 units. This is totally unacceptable for such a small residential block and such a quiet residential street. The noise from such a high density residence, so close to the neighbours, would reach unacceptable levels. The peace and wellbeing of the neighbours will be significantly affected by the proposed building
    · Traffic will increase exponentially with this development and this will be accompanied with high amount of noise pollution which will be highly unbearable for families living here.
    · The Girraween public school already have great pressure to enrol primary students within school area because of high number of enrolment requests. The education department and council keep reducing school catchment area to relax the enrolment pressure. How can you justify this type of development while we don’t have enough primary classes for current populations within the catchment? This type of development will put unnecessary strain on already stretched Girraween public school.

    Please consider this as a formal request to reject the proposal for the development at 96 Oramzi road, Girraween. Please feel free to contact me via email or mobile number if required. Request you to send an acknowledgement that you have received the email and take this as a formal request of my objection.

  11. In Boolaroo NSW on “Dwelling House, Dual...” at 18 Lakeview Street Boolaroo NSW 2284:

    Les Field commented

    Lakemac 3 x dwellings seems an overkill on a single block. One standard house is there now.

  12. In Naremburn NSW on “Remove 2 x Chinese Celtis” at 246A Willoughby Road Naremburn NSW 2065.:

    Michael Panzarino commented

    Hi Amanda. Chinese celtis is classified as an invasive weed. There is no reason to refuse that request.

  13. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Dhawal commented

    Dear Sir/ Madam,

    I am a resident of Carinya Road, and writing in regards to object the Development application at 96 ORAMZI ROAD GIRRAWEEN - DA- 2019/193/1. I am writing this letter to lodge my strong protest against the application.

    We are a very close community like one big family in Girraween where most of the families have primary school going children. I have strong objection for the proposed development at 96 Oramzi road for following reasons.

    · This is a quiet residential street with houses and units where people commute to work daily using the public transport and more than this they prefer a quiet living as compared to the busy neighbouring suburbs.
    · Recently we heard on the news that Police arrest three in Sydney counterterrorism raids, accuse one of planning attack link - https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07-02/nsw-police-counter-terrorism-operation-in-western-sydney/11271066

    This is scarier for us as one of the person who was arrested was found in our area (Toongabbie), this puts us in scary situation where the development of such boarding could house such anti-social elements and more so affecting the lifes of us, our children and our neighbours.

    · The boarding houses proposed for Oramzi Road are close to the primary school, posing a “serious risk to school children arising out of potential occupants and traffic”.
    · The development will attract a “different demographic to this family-friendly area”.
    · The aspect of trust will be seriously questioned if the boarding house development proceeds.
    · People staying in short-term motel-style accommodation will be mainly transient people of varied life experiences, some of a conflicted nature.
    · The development will effect safety and secure of entire community, it will also set the precedence for this type of unnecessary development.
    · Carinya Road which consists of residential duplexes or townhouses which are Family oriented. Introduction of a boarding house is a clear misfit. How can a 3 storey boarding House be permitted in this area be allowed when this area is designated as R3? The proposed plan allows for the potential 30 units. This is totally unacceptable for such a small residential block and such a quiet residential street.
    · The boarding house will provide housing of single Males especially and can expect people addicted to drugs / alcohol/ smoke especially because of the psychological fact of being alone. This might lead to antisocial behaviours or tempt crime. This will affect the children going to adjacent play area in Bukari Reserve park which is opposite the proposed development address and neighbouring schools as well.
    · The plan for introduction of a boarding house has made a negative impact in the society already in the owners and rent payers. No one prefers to live in such an area. It will also make financial impacts for the owners .The market is down already and it would go further down in the adjacent properties if boarding house is introduced. Nobody can guarantee the people who will stay in short-term motel-style accommodation, they will be mainly transient people of varied life experiences, some of a conflicted nature. This will impact on their lifestyle and the character of the area.
    · This being a very good locality for people living as family to fulfill their children's educational needs with some very good schools nearby, will have a very bad impact with the development of this boarding house. I have one child studying in the neighbouring primary school, and almost all of the families have kids studying in the nearby schools and I am really concerned about the safety of kids with an ever changing nature of people living in motel type of accommodation, nature of people living in there and the busy nature of the street when it is commercialized.
    · Some of the houses in our community have one or more rooms (living room/ bedroom) facing this proposed development i.e. 96 Oramzi road. The 3 storey development would certainly impact each ones privacy and also block sunlight/ ventilation. Just to add here, we are concerned with the safety of our houses, with this development, where the crowd will be ever changing and they will not be responsible for any misbehaviour they do.
    · The proposed plan allows for the potential 30 units. This is totally unacceptable for such a small residential block and such a quiet residential street. The noise from such a high density residence, so close to the neighbours, would reach unacceptable levels. The peace and wellbeing of the neighbours will be significantly affected by the proposed building
    · Traffic will increase exponentially with this development and this will be accompanied with high amount of noise pollution which will be highly unbearable for families living here.
    · The Girraween public school already have great pressure to enrol primary students within school area because of high number of enrolment requests. The education department and council keep reducing school catchment area to relax the enrolment pressure. How can you justify this type of development while we don’t have enough primary classes for current populations within the catchment? This type of development will put unnecessary strain on already stretched Girraween public school.

    Please consider this as a formal request to reject the proposal for the development at 96 Oramzi road, Girraween. Please feel free to contact me via email or mobile number if required. Request you to send an acknowledgement that you have received the email and take this as a formal request of my objection.

    Regards,
    Resident of Carinya Road, Girraween.

  14. In Ryde NSW on “155 Church St” at 155 Church Street, Ryde:

    Keith Wade commented

    Construction of this 12 story tower alongside the Parramatta River is a mistake. It sets a few dangerous precedents.
    1/. Destruction of views. While Meadowbank is the poster child for overdevelopment, it does conform to a pattern: Building heights are restricted to 2 stories along the river with heights increasing progressively to 10 stories up the valley. Everyone enjoys a view. This new building slaps 12 stories virtually on the riverbank. This is not fair to both future developments and the thousands of current apartment residents.

    2/. Unsuited to park and harbour surrounds. The site is precious. It's the (only) river gateway into Ryde. This tower, built on a small peninsula, alongside a bridge risks becoming our version of the much derided Blues Point Towers. That controversial apartment block tower was mistakenly positioned by a park, by the water. Are we making the same mistake with this tower development? There is a reason why no towers have been built this close to the river since Blues Point.
    (Okay, Barangaroo/CBD excepted).

    3/. People environment compromised due to scale of development.
    A large number of people now enjoy Meadowbank parks. For the grass, playgrounds, tall trees, walkways, cycle trails, (etc). All the good stuff. And maybe to escape the concrete jungle that Meadowbank residents now live in.
    Unfortunately this tower creates: Wind, shadows, intimidating high buildings, and adds to the over development.
    Please scale this over development back

    [Apologies to all for length]

  15. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Niket commented

    Please do not approve this proposal, all of the residents do not want this boarding house in the area.

  16. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Sunil commented

    To Sir / Madam,
    The boarding house is coming between two schools. According to the Daily Telegraph article, the number of students in 2017 is 1,100 students — almost twice compared to 2010. With the number of townhouses coming up around Girraween, the number of students will increase exponentially in the coming years. At schools timings, it's challenging to get parking around the school. Boarding houses will add more traffic that may compromise the safety of the students. Generally, the residents of boarding houses are transient. It's unsafe for the students to walk through the boarding residents situated in the safe residential precinct. In residential areas, the traffic is only at school hours dropping or picking the students. With the boarding houses, there will be traffic round the clock, its not only disturbs the school's students in day time also in night time for the residents too. So for the safety of students and residents, the boarding house must not be permitted
    Sincerely
    Sunil KempeGowda

  17. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    rajkumar commented

    Strictly opposing this development proposal as the boarding houses proposed for Oramzi Road are close to the primary school, posing a “serious risk to school children arising out of potential occupants and traffic”.

    Thank you.

  18. In Balmain NSW on “Install a new fibreglass...” at 11 Reynolds Street Balmain NSW 2041:

    Minique commented

    Object to pool installation, no green space on this property. land capacity at 85-90%. Remove the carport and add trees. That's why the pool was not added to original application.

  19. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Sri commented

    Strictly opposing this development proposal due to the possibility of high theft /crime which can be very dangerous to the many young children and other residents living nearby.

    Thank you.

  20. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Dhruv Doddi commented

    Please do not construct this boarding house as it may increase the crime rate which will be unsafe for the school and young children going there.
    Please consider constructing the boarding house in a location which is not near a school.

    Thank you.

  21. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Adarsh Gupta commented

    This should be stopped and not approved. Girraween is one of the smaller and quieter suburb and this sort of planning doesn't match with the suburb profile.

  22. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    AD commented

    Please stop this project to ensure safety for the children and the neighbourhood.
    Also Approval of 31 units on a small block of land seems unreasonable and unrealistic.

  23. In North Plympton SA on “Land division - Torrens...” at 12 Mooringe Avenue, North Plympton SA 5037:

    Alex Dinovitser commented

    How did this happen?
    Please explain !

  24. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    MAXINE KOIMANIS commented

    I am very concerned about the possibility of a Boarding House being built in Girraween.
    Besides being close to 2 schools and Childcare Centres, it is also opposite the local Girraween Scout Hall.

    The local residences have enough problems with parking in their areas as the population keeps growing, but to have 30 Units on a Residential sized block of land, will only increase the problem.

    Please think about the voting residents in the Cumberland Council and reject this application.

  25. In Cronulla NSW on “Demolition of existing...” at 18 Gunnamatta Road Cronulla NSW 2230:

    Ron Johnson commented

    Our query refers to our next door neighbour no. 15 Gunnamatta Rd. cronulla.
    Ron Johnson.

  26. In Cronulla NSW on “Demolition of existing...” at 18 Gunnamatta Road Cronulla NSW 2230:

    Ronald and Mary Johnson commented

    Dear Sutherland Shire Council. I am inquiring about why this development has commenced building when we as the next-door-neighbours have not received any notification? The Occupants, 13 Gunnamatta Road, Cronulla

  27. In Parramatta NSW on “Development Application -...” at 302 Church Street Parramatta NSW 2150:

    Bruce commented

    I feel we have a lot of stores like this in the area already.
    Too many gives a poor impression of the quality of the neighbourhood
    I am opposed to this development

  28. In Charlestown NSW on “Demolition and Boarding House” at 3 Mulbinga Street, Charlestown NSW 2290:

    Heather Bosevski commented

    As everyone has already listed, there cannot possibly be a worse location for this. Right next to a public pool and schools? Who the hell came up with this idea? No one in their sane mind could possibly decide this is an okay idea.

  29. In Parramatta NSW on “Development Application -...” at 302 Church Street Parramatta NSW 2150:

    Rakz commented

    Please don’t put another Theif , I been a few time in this shops same name brand in church street just few meter away , prices always not fixed morning deferent than night . And selling expired stock .. we need Woolworths or 7 eleven in this area . Please review your approval before you go ahead . We need an a healthy shop healthy and honest people .

  30. In Girraween NSW on “Demolition of Exisiting...” at 96 Oramzi Road, Girraween NSW 2145:

    Srinivas commented

    I am worried about the development application for Boarding Houses @ 96 Oramzi Rd, Girraween.

    There is a very strong opposition from the local community of Girraween and we have gathered about 100 physical signatures from people living within 300 meter radius of the application and many more people living in Girraween are opposing the DA application for Boarding Houses @ 96 Oramzi Road Girraween.

    Here are some of my concerns:

    - The boarding houses proposed for Oramzi Road are close to the primary school, posing a “serious risk to school children arising out of potential occupants and traffic”.
    - The development will attract a “different demographic to this family-friendly area”.
    - The houses on both sides will have their privacy significantly impacted by the proposed building.
    - Unacceptable amount of pedestrian traffic and accompanied noise.
    - There could be potential health risks if a number of people living in these boarding houses are smokers.
    - The proposed plan allows for the potential 30 units. This is totally unacceptable for such a small residential block and such a quiet residential street. The noise from such a high density residence, so close to the neighbours, would reach unacceptable levels.
    - The peace and wellbeing of the neighbours will be significantly affected by the proposed building.
    - The value of the properties around the proposed building will be devalued due to the nature of the proposal.

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