In response to Nathan Prior's comments I disagree to his comment that the current plan is creating overdevelopment based on facts from experience of Marion Council’s approvals. Marion Council cause over development based on facts that I am happy to provide. The current plan states that row dwellings in our policy area should be a minimum of 7m wide blocks. Therefore, 3 row dwellings should have a minimum block size width of 21m. Marion Council approved 3 row dwellings to be built on a block size of under 20m width in our street, the block size was approx 19.5 m therefore too narrow for this to be approved in our narrow already overcrowded street already full of parked cars that we have been complaining about for more then 2 years. l disputed the development as it didn't meet Marion Council’s block sizes in the current plan to be told firstly that I couldn't lodge an objection as it didn't require me to be publicly notified even though I live across the road from this development and secondly that the' 7m block with per row dwelling is just a guide'. So for Marion Council to use the State Government and current plan as an excuse for over development for them to deflect responsibility is misleading the public. Secondly, Marion Council have overshadowing policies which from my experience they don't follow either. Then after the fact when your home is overshadowed we are told they aren't going to do anything about something they approved.