Could anyone tell me how a design for a new house could gain approval when the house abuts the southern boundary of the site?
This house is also a sore thumb in the streetscape, being of vastly greater bulk than any other house. This may be the future for the parts of Corinda excised from medium density development. Considering that this house may eventually be sold to a couple or single person (common demographic in the locality) it would appear to be a very poor use of the 800m, narrow but long, block.
I must say that sensitively planned town houses would be more in keeping than a row of these warehouse-like McMansions.
The cottage next door is now overhung by this monster, and will doubtless eventually be removed and replaced with another warehouse.