This property should not be developed into mass housing. This land has been for years, and is still largely populated by Kangaroos, Wallabies, Koalas, Bandicoots, various lizards, snakes and mass bird life. They prosper on this parcel of land due to natural protection, food and water sources. We have recently experienced a large increase of Kangaroos and Wallabies in this bush area, after they have lost a large area of their natural habitat from the huge residential Estates on Kinross Road. Redlands wildlife habitat is being eroded, we need to protect what we have left before our wildlife has nowhere to go. This area is not frequented by walkers, horses or push bikes to scare the wildlife and should remain this way.
From Karen Knight to local councillor Peter Mitchell
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Dear Karen, thanks for raising your concern. This development application is in Cr Paul Golles division and as per protocol he will lead any commentary. I will forward your link to him for a response. Alternatively Cr Golle can be reached at Sincerely, Cr Peter Mitchell