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Month: May 2020
Submission to the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council: I write to object to the granting of a planning permit for the above application. At 23,322 m², the sheer scale of this proposed development would warrant serious consideration. With eight new four-storey buildings (including the two wings proposed for the historic building), three three-storey buildings, 272 apartments, 362 car spaces,115 nursing beds and a token place of worship; this is a vast development. While this might be
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed weaknesses in Victoria’s essential goods supply chain. We’ve had to import testing kits and protective equipment from China. Responding to the pandemic, we have an opportunity to bring manufacturing home to Victoria; creating local jobs and securing local supply chains. That’s why the Liberal Nationals propose the current State Government establish a $1 billion Bringing Manufacturing Home Fund. Another idea to get Victoria back to work and back in business.
The following letter was sent to all households in the 3930 postcode. The advertising period for this application expires on 15th May however the Council have confirmed that late submissions, up to the time the application is determined, will be taken into consideration. I am writing to draw your attention to a town planning application to redevelop the former Mount Eliza Business School site in Kunyung Road, Mount Eliza, into a retirement village. I have