Planning application at 1279 North Road Huntingdale VIC 3166

Amy luong sent a message to Robert Davies.

Robert Davies
Amy luong
Planning application at 1279 North Road Huntingdale VIC 3166
Oct. 12, 2016, 12:29 a.m.
Car park should be open road for people drive in and this location should be a location for cafe and shopping connecting from extting hungtindale more retails fashion shopping and cafe sandwiches for publication people walking cross train station everyday create more jobs more businesses and more customers walk cross traffic light everyday to get morning breaskfast n coffees during waititng time for the bus to come
Open more space Reserve Park for public local businesses n officers have rest at lunch time n read book or shopping .
This is my ideas for Hungtindale location devolopment plan it will make lots more sensible for residential n commmunities diversity unnique location building more grow funds for gov and local government for this planning or projects.

From Amy luong to local councillor Robert Davies


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Planning Application for 1279 North Road Huntingdale VIC 3166

Description: Use of land for sale and consumption of liquor under an on-premises licence, display of business identification signs, reduction of car parking requirements, and waiver of loading bay and bicycle facilities requirements, in association with a Restaurant and Tavern (cafe and bar)

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Best wishes,

Robert Davies
Oct. 31, 2016, 12:08 a.m.
Dear Amy

Thank you for your post of 12 October 2016 on Planning Alerts regarding the planning application at 1279 North Road Huntingdale for a liquor licence, business signage, reduction of car parking, loading bay and bicycle facilities in association with a cafe and bar.

Whilst I agree with you that the variety of retail premises contribute to the vibrancy and strength of a shopping centre, Council cannot dictate the mix of commercial activities in a shopping strip. The conversion of the car park to cafe and shops along with nearby park area with seating for local business workers is a good suggestion, however this needs to be balanced by comments that Council often hears from nearby residents and traders who say that there isn't enough car parking in the Huntingdale Shopping Centre to make it an attractive place to visit, stop and eat for shoppers. It will be interesting to see how the works that are proposed to this area as part of the Level Crossing Removal Authority's programme of development will impact upon how people use this centre.

Thank you for sharing your ideas for the Huntingdale Shopping Centre and expressing your passion for a vibrant shopping experience.

If you have any further queries, please feel free to contact Council's Strategic Planning team, on 9518 3620.



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