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To: Randwick City Council and Councillors

Save this from happening to Carr St Coogee

This campaign has ended.

Save this from happening to Carr St Coogee

We the undersigned request that Randwick Council refuse DA 116/14 which proposes a large two-level concrete podium that will dominate Carr St and that is out of keeping with the foreshore location and residential zoning.

Why is this important?

The southern end of the Coogee foreshore area is the quiet end of Coogee being residential in nature with only low impact commercial development next door and the Grand Pacific heritage building next to that. This proposal is for a two level concrete commercial podium at the base of the high rise block of units on the corner of Carr St and Kurrawa Ave. The unit block is currently set back at ground level from Carr St and from the east and west boundaries, giving it an open and low key feel at street level despite the high rise above. The proposed concrete structure with its bulky podium and the disproportionately large balconies on the 7 floors above would be a gross imposition on this special part of Coogee dominating the location, detracting from the much valued small scale qualites of the bay area and undermining the relaxed village atmosphere that makes Coogee Coogee.

Reasons for signing

  • Coogee is becoming over developed. There are too many people living in this small area and the bus and other services cannot cope with the amount of people. This building will cast a shadow on other residences and destroy the village feel of Coogee. They need to stay within the current building limits of the area.
  • To keep Coogee local and for all.
  • What is the world coming to? Greed and self interest seem to be driving society; it will reverberate for decades to come. Let's not be another Los Angeles!


2015-04-14 10:38:08 +1000

Petition is successful with 336 signatures

2014-03-21 08:26:36 +1100

100 signatures reached

2014-03-18 16:12:01 +1100

50 signatures reached

2014-03-17 20:30:30 +1100

25 signatures reached

2014-03-17 16:49:20 +1100

10 signatures reached