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January 2012

3 Stories High in DD08 Precint B – 9mtr limit ! Holiday Notice Period.

DD08 has seen a lot of activity lately, what is scary is that the developers have worked out how to fit three storeys into the next zone – DD08 Precint B. DD08 Precint B has a 9 meter maximum height limit, asnd as you can see from below, they are planning to maximise it… Jane […]

Heads Up – Housing Strategy Review – closes soon

The Housing  Strategy Review Manningham council is headed up by Gabrielle Ohalloran ph:  9840 9467. She  is head of the review board reassessing DDO8 they only have 160 submissions todate.We need to encourage more residents to make a submission. Will contact the council requesting they readvertise for submissions before the closing date which is soon. […]

Minister sued for planning backflip

For those of you who remember the Phillip Island story of last year saved by Starlet Miley Cyrus, and used as the basis by shadow planning minister Brian Tee for a Parliament step protest… This article courtesy of theage.com.au Deep pocket litigation …Minister sued for planning backflip January 20, 2012 – 3:00AM VICTORIAN Planning Minister […]

Two More 3 storey appartment blocks in Glendale Ave Templestowe, Talford St, East Doncaster

The trend is catching on with developers, you need to make your views clear to the council as well! More Details, and Contact on our battle card , or click the links below: 3 storey 14 apartment block & underground carpark basement at 47-49 Glendale Ave. Templestowe. Objections close: Jan 29th. An apartment block with […]

A Single Dwelling Restrictive Covenant – could save your neighbourhood.

When land is first subdivided for residential purposes, the owner can put an ongoing condition on the sale of the land that each site can only have one dwelling. this is known as a ” single dwelling restrictive covenant.” This condition applies to every subsequent owner of the land, and I am told can only […]

Open Slather

Manningham residents should be highly sceptical of the proposed 15 storey residential development in Hepburn Rd now subject to a resident appeal. It wasn’t long ago that the Council were claiming to be isolating higher density living to Doncaster Hill, but then came DD08 and residents, such as those in Curlew Ct, found themselves contending […]