Planning permission is being sought for a medical centre and residential development in Kyabram.
Planning permission is being sought for a mixed use development in Kyabram to incorporate a medical centre and seven residential units.
The two-storey development, proposed for 69 Fenaughty St, has a cost estimate of $1.8
It will include a medical centre with four consulting rooms, a waiting area, children’s play area and administration office on the ground floor.
Its upper floor is to be made up of seven residential dwellings, divided into five two-bedroom units and two one-bedroom units, which will be of different sizes and room configurations.
Each of the seven units will have its own balcony.
The floor plan shows 10 parking spaces at the rear of the building, one for each of the residential units, and three for the medical practitioners, including a designated disabled parking space.
A driveway is to be located along the eastern side of the building with a passing area at the front corner.
Hours of operation proposed for the medical centre at 8
Parking for other medical centre staff and patients is proposed to be on-street, in either Fenaughty St or other nearby streets.
The lot 1011
They have until October 7 to make submissions about the application to Campaspe Shire Council.
One local resident who received a copy of the permit application and supporting documents said his main concern was with parking.
The documents include a traffic impact assessment with results from an on-street parking survey carried out in August.
The application has been prepared by Glossop Town Planning on behalf of MLPH Developments.
A pre-application meeting was organised with Campaspe Shire Council and the developer and while no plans were put forward at that meeting, a three-storey building was discussed.
The document notes council raised the point that any new building would need to be respectful of the existing residential character of the area.
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