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Congratulations to council

Last night Hunters Hill Council voted 6:1 to place a Schedule 5 heritage listing on No 10 Cowell Street Gladesville. This does not guarantee the retention of this important heritage item which is part of the Gladesville Shopping Village site, but its listing sends a message to the community that Council is serious about ensuring […]
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Council considers DROPPING heritage listing for 10 Cowell Street

On Monday night Hunters Hill Council will vote on whether to stop the heritage listing for 10 Cowell Street Gladesville.  A heritage listing for this cottage would have big implications for the massive 25 storey, 3 tower development proposed for the Gladesville Shopping Village site. Further details can be found in this Report by Council’s Strategic Planner.    
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Heritage amendments to Local Environment Plan

The Trust supports the proposed changes to Hunters Hill Council’s 2012 Local Environment Plan.  You can read Tony Coote’s recent submission to Council HERE.
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Heritage listing planned for 10 Cowell Street

Hunters Hill Council plans to amend the LEP so that 10 Cowell Street can be listed as a local heritage item.  The plan is on exhibition until April 8th.  See Heritage listing proposal. This is good news. 10 Cowell Street would be demolished if the proposed 25 storey Gladesville Shopping Village development goes ahead in its current form.
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Gladesville massive high rise featured on Channel 9

The Channel Nine evening news on March 16th highlighted the Gladesville Shopping Village as an example of one of many over-developments that are threatening to change Sydney forever.  View the segment here:    Nine news  
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managing the risks attached to GSV development

A little breathing space Council agreed that a new development at Gladesville Shopping Village will need to be set back 4 meters from Flagstaff Street and provide deep soil for planting trees.   51 submissions had been received from community members. No interim heritage protection order for 10 Cowell Street Despite a valiant effort from Councillor Justine McLaughlan and many submissions from […]
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How to protect Gladesville community?

  The staggering 25 storey, 3 tower development planned by Moch Pty Ltd  at Gladesville Shopping ‘Village’ involves the demolition of 10 Cowell Street, which is owned by the people of Hunters Hill Municipality. There is currently an application for heritage listing for 10 Cowell Street but it is also the subject of a contract of sale […]
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From bad to worse in Gladesville Shopping Village

The latest plan for Gladesville Shopping Village virtually doubles what was rejected previously.  With 3 towers:  25 storeys, 15 storeys and 11 storeys it seems to be even more driven by greed and profit. There will be even greater adverse impact on the character and amenity of the surrounding residential and commercial areas even more overshadowing […]
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future of Boronia Park

Take a look at the submission that the Hunters Hill Trust sent to Council commenting on the plans for the future of Boronia Park:  Hunters Hill Trust BORONIA PARK PoM submission
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25 storeys proposed for Gladesville Shopping ‘Village’

  The developers of Gladesville Shopping Village have come back with a new proposal following the vehement community opposition to their original plans. They now propose 25 storeys 90 meters high 350 apartments with a floor space ratio of 4:1  To put this in perspective: Blues Point Tower is 25 storeys the Sydney Harbour Bridge is  114 meters high
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