Planning application at 20 Williams Grove, Bonbeach, VIC
May 12, 2018, 5:30 a.m.
This subdivision will create overlooking concerns for our units at 16 williams grove. The change of use of the right of way from one premise to two via the ROW on 16 williams grove will exceed the situation approved many years ago - two 4 bedroom premises will generate excessive traffic on the ROW.
Use by a single dwelling would be reasonable use under the ROW that currently exists.
The 3 storey development up to the boundary line will also exceed building regulations in the area.
I ask that the local councillor and the planning authority consider these requests - the many and repeated changes to attempt to maximise development at this address is another concern.
From Adrian Quaife to local councillor Rosemary West
Hi Adrian, Actually, I am a Central Ward councillor and I suggest you should contact your Ward councillors, David Eden, Georgina Oxley & Tamsin Bearsley. It wd be a good idea to let them know where this application is up to. Also a good idea to ask for a planning consultation with the developer & councillors. If you have six objections, you will automatically get a PC. I will keep a lookout for this and if none of your Ward CRS can get to the PC, let me know & I'll do my best to get there.
Also, if you are in a Grz3 area and this is a proposed two storey in the backyard development or if you are concerned about your neighbourhood character, you may like to attend the kingston residents association meeting this Thursday as these topics are on the agenda.
Allbest Rosemary West
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