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Plympton residents fear four-storey housing will ruin their suburb

Heather Kennett has written an article about Plympton residents fear that four-storey housing will ruin their suburb in the Guardian Messenger.

Mr Betts urged residents to examine the proposal and lodge a submission with the council before community consultation ended on Friday (February 22).

Height limits would rise to eight storeys on Anzac Highway.

More than 200 people at meeting to discuss building heights on Greenhill and Fullarton roads

Emma Attschwager has written an article about more than 200 people at meeting to discuss building heights on Greenhill and Fullarton roads in the Eastern Courier Messenger.

Planning Department executive - and former Burnside head planner - Andrew Grear was jeered as he fielded questions for almost two hours.

River Views

Emma Altschwager has written about the concern over residential zoning changes in the article River Views in The Eastern Courier Messenger.

We're concerned about the overshadowing and overlooking and the bulk and scale of the new apartments

Association president Jim Dunk said heritage homes - many from the 19th century - needed greater protection. "We feel it's destroying the thos of the area", Mr Dunk said.

Plans for four-storey apartments along the Torrens at St Peters, Joslin, Royston Park, Marden and Felixstow

Emma Attschwager has written an article on the Plans for four-storey apartments along the Torrens at St Peters, Joslin, Royston Park, Marden and Felixstow in the Eastern Courier Messenger.

St Peters Residents Association spokeswoman Evonne Moore said residents were worried about the effect of multi-storey buildings on neighbouring properties.

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