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Gladesville Shopping Village – new plans

The Gladesville Shopping Village developers are preparing their next Development Application.  They are running 2 information sessions at the former Video Ezy shop in the lower section of Gladesville Shopping Centre: Thursday February 19th 6:00-8:00 pm Saturday February 21st 1:00pm-4:00pm We need to make sure the next DA is not as bad as the last one: attend a […]
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Two giant steps backwards in Gladesville

What do you think are the main issues that need to be addressed in any major development in Gladesville.  You can ONLY CHOOSE THREE (yes seriously): Lack of diverse housing Lack of green open public space Lack of community meeting rooms Too much traffic Location of community library Lack of car parking Lack of connectivity […]
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We need to act now: change is possible for Gladesville shopping village

The monstrous impact of the Gladesville Shopping Village would be greatly reduced if HH Council decides to amend the planning controls for the site.  There is a proposal to increase the setback of the buildings along Flagstaff Street from zero to 4 metres. This would improve pedestrian access and allow for deep soil planting along the site boundary.  It would soften the interface […]
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Council re-visits heritage listing

The Hunters Hill Trust and Gladesville Community Group have been taking action to prevent the demolition of the Council-owned cottage on the corner of Cowell and Flagstaff Streets, Gladesville.  You can read more: News about Cowell Street cottage    
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Grim financial outlook for Hunters Hill Council

Hunters Hill Trust is dismayed to see Hunters Hill Council’s latest financial forecast. *  what community assets are at risk of being sold off? (remember Council is the custodian of our community assets, not the ‘owner) *  will Council be able to preserve our unique local character and heritage? Council’s draft Budget shows a staggering […]
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What we need from a revised plan at Gladesville shops

Restore the 5 meter wide setback from Cowell Street to ensure deep soil planting and a green wall along this boundary Pedestrian footpath along the western side of Flagstaff Street Heritage-listed cottage at 10 Cowell Street incorporated, not demolished Design with high architectural values Start by building a new underground car park so all the access issues are addressed and […]
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Gladesville Shopping Village DA withdrawn

Moch Pty Ltd has withdrawn its DA for the proposed mixed use commercial and residential flat buildings at Gladesville Shopping Village. They have now engaged new consultants (architects, town planners, traffic engineers, etc) to assist them in the preparation of a new development application and have instructed their consultants to consult with the community about the […]
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Gladesville Shopping Village update

Following outrage from hundreds of community members and organisations as well as a critical report from Architectus, the developers are amending their plans for the GSV development to address the many points raised. Amended plans will be re-advertised and further submissions called for before Architectus make another report.  The Joint Regional Planning Panel (JRPP) will not be involved […]
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Gladesville ‘Village’ Development

Report on Architectus briefing Feb 11, 2014 Over a hundred people turned up at the public meeting in the town hall to hear a preliminary response from Architectus, Council’s consultants, to the Gladesville Shopping Village Development Application and Traffic Consultants McLaren Engineering. Summary – withdraw or redesign Architectus has recommended that the applicant either • Withdraw the […]
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Gladesville Shopping ‘Village’ update

A least 298 people or groups have made submissions to Hunters Hill Council about the massive development proposal. Gladesville “Village” update from the  Gladesville Community Group:
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