Planning application at 2 Devine Street Erskineville NSW 2043

L.Malone sent a message to Clover Moore.

To
Clover Moore
From
L.Malone
Subject
Planning application at 2 Devine Street Erskineville NSW 2043
Date
June 23, 2017, 11:17 a.m.
I strongly oppose to the construction of 3 x two storey townhouses.
The proposed designs do not at all reflect any kind of consideration or care for the surrounding /existing properties.
Number 4 will be completely overshadowed and it will impact their access to natural sun light, natural air ventilation and privacy.
The designs do not factor in any solution for parking. With 3 additional buildings on the street with a likely minimum 2 cars per house that is 6 extra cars on an already overcrowded and exceptionally tight street.
Devine street prides itself on its community, aesthetic, public consideration and authenticity.
This design is arrogant,bold and aggressive.
The designs do not at all compliment the heritage/federation and already established frontage of existing dwellings on Devine street.
The construction of this development on a tiny quiet street will have catastrophic impacts to the health, well being and peaceful nature of Devine street.
To date the property has been filled with squatters who park illegally every single day and night blocking in cars consistently.
We are a neighbourhood of kind, considerate and respectful individuals. This proposal does not at all reflect this.
I strongly disagree and reject this proposal.

From L.Malone to local councillor Clover Moore

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Planning Application for 2 Devine Street Erskineville NSW 2043

Description: Demolition of existing single-storey dwelling and construction of three two-storey townhouses with strata subdivision. Removal of two trees on western boundary to rear.

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https://www.planningalerts.org.au/applications/843020?utm_campaign=view-application&utm_medium=email&utm_source=councillor-notifications

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