Great news – at least 200 objections have been lodged against this ridiculous over-development. Well done everyone!
But if you have not yet lodged your objection please be quick, closing date for objections could be any day now.
Below you will find links to the application and information on how to object.
Former Newport Timber Yard (6 Paine St) Development
Massive 43 unit development, 3 and 4 stories high.
TIME TO OBJECT
Having previously been rejected by both Council and VCAT, the developer has made another application to council to develop this site.
Despite some minor changes the design remains essentially the same, but has now increased in the number of dwellings and height. The terrible impact on neighbourhood character, heritage, traffic, parking, and park amenity of this development remains the same.
This is what the developer wants to stick in the middle of our neighbourhood…
If you oppose this development (and what it represents and sets precedents for) please support your neighbourhood by objecting to it as soon as possible, preferably before 10th November.
HOW TO OBJECT
Here are some aids to objecting, select the most convenient. Each person in your household can submit their own objection.
PRE-COMPLETED OBJECTION (MICROSOFT-WORD or PDF) – containing the most pertinent points and you can use it as a reference for completing the blank objection form or submitting an objection on Council’s planning system (Greenlight), or submit the pre-completed objection form itself.
BLANK OBJECTION FORM for writing your own objection.
FAX any of the above to 03 9932 1090, make sure you include the following information:
– Application number: PA1123425
– Site address: 6 Paine St Newport
– Your name and address.
POST any of the above to:
Hobsons Bay City Council – Corporate Centre
Town Planning Department (Mark Tenner)
115 Civic Parade
Altona VIC 3018
To speak with Council’s planner about this development, phone Mark Tenner on 03 9932 1157.
If you have any questions of us, please email email@example.com
Good luck everyone, and let the community’s voice be heard.