Planning application at 56 Kathryn Road, Knoxfield VIC 3180

Elizabeth Teesdale sent a message to Nicole Seymour.

Nicole Seymour
Elizabeth Teesdale
Planning application at 56 Kathryn Road, Knoxfield VIC 3180
March 27, 2019, 9:10 a.m.
I have been watching the planning alerts locally for some time now and am shocked that eleven dwellings in one development could be allowed . The only rationale is that council wants development at all cost. Is it to earn income for council or is it due to developers having undue influence on councillors or workers at council? What other reasons could there be to carve up this land in the mannner that it is being done. What are the developers giving back to the suburb in return. The designs are boring and outdated. They don't appear to be sustainable and in ten years will look awful as they are cheaply built for a quick buck. In a development as big as this the developer should at least be made to set aside a large area for the residents to have green space and to grow vegetables, etc. Obviously, no one at council lives in this area or cares what happens....

From Elizabeth Teesdale to local councillor Nicole Seymour


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Planning Application for 56 Kathryn Road, Knoxfield VIC 3180

Description: Development of 11 dwellings and removal of native vegetation

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