Planning application at 63A Curzon Street East Toowoomba QLD 4350
Nov. 3, 2016, 11:21 a.m.
With regard to this application we would like to express our utmost disapproval for the proposed multiple dwellings on the ‘so-called’ 63A Curzon Street. In recent times the TRC has stated its intention to slow or stop the growth of units in non-appropriate areas within the city (ie: heritage areas). This is one of the few remaining areas that has heritage appeal. To want to destroy such a lovely area with unsightly units is a purely profit-based decision with no regard to the heritage or the area, both past and future. The ‘Toowoomba unit plague’ does nothing to beautify our city. Residents have chosen areas such as these to live in because of their beauty and heritage appeal. Approving this application is another step forward to taking this away. We are hoping the council stands by their policy to cut back on the number of units allowed in heritage areas.
Greed is not always good.
Also, please note that the online picture attached to this application does not depict the property in question - the application for 63A Curzon Street is a vacant piece of land. The picture is of the neighbouring property – number 63.
David & Della
From Della Arrowsmith to local councillor Paul Antonio