Planning application at 269 Stewart Street, Brunswick East VIC 3057
May 31, 2018, 11:09 a.m.
Council has arranged a planning info night 13th June 5.30pm at council offices. This is a forum and will not prejudice anyone. Please turn up and have your say if you are an objector. Just a note this is a 3rd party website and not an official council channel, so if you haven't done so already please submit your comments to council. As a member of the crew who went to VCAT last time, we value your support and let's get prepared for round two.
This application is not a contextual response, it is too high, too dense, too many apartments, too much traffic, will place strain on local resources. LPP and SPP does not indicate that sites such as this infill should be developed at a level this high. It is not in an activity corridor, does not have a DDO and is part of the ESO of the creek corridor. All of this would indicate to a logical person as guidance for development akin to that of incremental change responding to context, 3 storey maximum.
From Jenni Wanigasekera to local councillor Natalie Abboud
Jenni Wanigasekera posted this message to you on PlanningAlerts in response to the following planning application.
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Planning Application for 269 Stewart Street, Brunswick East VIC 3057
Description: Development of the land to construct a part five and part six storey building with basement car parking and a roof deck, containing a shop and 75 dwellings; use of the land for dwellings; removal of vegetation and a reduction of the standard car parking requirement
Read more and see what others have to say here: https://www.planningalerts.org.au/applications/995438?utm_campaign=view-application&utm_medium=email&utm_source=councillor-notifications