Harold Park Tramsheds: residents unite to fight developer’s plan

Residents of Glebe, Forest Lodge and Annandale are today urgently delivering thousands of leaflets against Mirvac’s plans for a major supermarket at Harold Park, which they say will generate excessive traffic and create parking chaos.

Greens MP Jamie Parker is hosting a public meeting on the development:

When: 6:30-7:30pm Monday 19 August 2013
Where: Glebe Town Hall, Old Council Chambers (Ground Floor) – 160 St Johns Rd
RSVP: 9660 7586 or Jamie.Parker@parliament.nsw.gov.au

Sign the online petition here

“A major supermarket open every day from 6am-midnight is unnecessary and will generate traffic and parking problems due to people travelling from surrounding suburbs.

“A more appropriate proposal would involve a smaller supermarket designed predominantly to serve local residents.

“The proposed roadway connecting the residential area to the Tramsheds is unneeded and unsafe and will reduce the park area, cause pollution and impact on wildlife in the park.

“The developer’s plans ignore the need for local child care and instead include a massive and unnecessary supermarket which will ruin the community feel of our area.

“I will continue to fight for appropriate development and the rights of residents to have a say in planning,” Mr Parker said.

Submissions on the development close on Wednesday 21 August.

Sign the online petition here

You can also email your objections to dasubmissions@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

Development documentation can be viewed on the City of Sydney website here

Jamie’s presentation on the Harold Park Tram Sheds Development

Leichhardt Council’s report on the Tramsheds development application

City of Sydney’s report on the rezoning of Harold Park

More information: Alison Martin 9230 2803 or 0432 941 533

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Greens MP for Balmain in NSW - 1st Greens MP NSW Lower House Parliament. Leichhardt Councillor over 11yrs, Mayor for 3 terms

3 Responses to “Harold Park Tramsheds: residents unite to fight developer’s plan” Subscribe

  1. Peter mitchell November 30, 2013 at 11:08 am #

    It’s too late to mourn the loss of the trots.
    It’s too late to stop the oversized, crowded apartment blocks that obstruct public use of the open space.
    Let’s have our say about this preposterous supermarket.
    Mirvac want maximum profit at the resident’s expense, let the council hear us loud and clear on Tuesday.
    We should have a demonstration on site if the council don’t look after the residents on this.

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