Preserving Our Heritage since 1968

The Hunters Hill Trust

The Hunters Hill Trust

Preserving Our Heritage since 1968

Project home-land for NSW

genus project home

Is THIS the standard we aspire to in NSW?

NSW Department of Planning is asking us all to comment on NSW’s new Housing Code.  It’s informative that they should choose such a dreadful house and garden to illustrate their invitation.

cockatoos in nesting hollow Image Danielle Bamforth

Adaptive re-use? Image Danielle Bamforth

This particular example of the genus Project Home fails on every count to add anything positive to any neighbourhood and its choice says much about the sensibility of the DoP bureaucrats who want to make it easier to build such crap.

Rather than making it easier, everything should be placed in the way of having such things constructed.


2017-09-03T11:44:11+10:00June 19, 2016|

HHT meeting with Anthony Roberts, Member for Lane Cove

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Members of Hunters Hill Trust committee met with Anthony Roberts member for Lane Cove, Minister for Industry, Resources and Energy at his electoral office in Gladesville on 3rd December 2015 to discuss:

  • Over-development of Sydney
  • Redevelopment of Gladesville Shopping Village
  • Boronia Park Plan of Management

Present:  Anthony Roberts, Tony Coote, Brigid Dowsett, Alister Sharp, Kate Russell. There was no written agenda for the meeting.

A.R. began by commenting on his disappointment over the impending demolition of the building in which his office is situated; it is to be replaced by a large block of apartments.

A.R. had major concerns regarding Urban Growth NSW for its over-development of the land around North Ryde Station (in Delhi Rd), especially the small amount of open space within the development

Redevelopment of Gladesville Shopping Village

Note: A Planning Proposal for this project went to Council on 8 October: Council must respond within 90 days.

T.C. commented that drawings for the redevelopment of Gladesville Shopping Village (GSV) propose much greater heights than are allowed in current DCP and LEP, and would obstruct views from proposed redevelopment along Victoria Rd as well overshadowing the existing houses below the site. “What can we do?”

A.R.: “I’ll oppose it”


2017-09-03T11:44:41+10:00March 15, 2016|
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