A similar situation is occurring right now in Ewell Ave Warradale where 4 new row dwellings will soon replace a single house on a single block. These 4 new allotments are also 'at variance' to the Councils DP. You say that Council is seeking approval from the Govt for a new DP, to reduce housing density. When and if this new DP comes into force, developments such as these will still be "at variance" , just a little more "at variance' than under the current DP. I fail to see how this will prevent 4 row dwellings on a single block, or reduce housing density. Planners are most likely to continue to say, as they do now, that the developmements are "not significantly at variance". And who will stop them? People are clearly fed up with the situation. It will take courage, but Council must step up to the plate and force change. The minimum block widths and area provisions in the current DP would have been enough to prevent these developments if only someone had enforced them. Council must take a stand, then fight it in the courts if necessary, because we ratepayers are not happy with the way planners are interpreting the DP and dictating to us. Could you please copy this to Cr Nathan Prior? Thank you.