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Bek
17 March 2013
4862
Mar 17, 2013 7:56 am
Catbrad - We aren't sure who the department have informed about this exhibition. It seems it has only been those located within the immediate area. The committee have been working hard to let as many people know about it as possible because it is a state issue and therefore any person in NSW can object.

Feel free to let as many people know as possible - and encourage them to object.

We need all the help we can get.

If you would like to contribute, let Us know and we can organise some forms to be delivered to you for distribution.
Catbrad - We aren't sure who the department have informed about this exhibition. It seems it has only been those located within the immediate area. The committee have been working hard to let as many people know about it as possible because it is a state issue and therefore any person in NSW can object.

Feel free to let as many people know as possible - and encourage them to object.

We need all the help we can get.

If you would like to contribute, let Us know and we can organise some forms to be delivered to you for distribution.
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Bek
15 March 2013
4858
Mar 15, 2013 5:54 pm
Yes I understand that, and I actually totally sympathise with you.
I guess I can see two sides of the fence is all. The developer doesn't have any obligation to inform future purchasers of all upcoming developments in the area. That's up to the purchaser and his/her solicitor to look into. It's like them having to tell all purchasers that there is an application for a Dan Murphy's across the street from the Sales Office. Or that more houses will be built on the golf course rendering all the "Fairway view" residents unlikely to actually see the golf course. It sounds a little deceitful, but they're ultimately selling land to people and it's not in their best interests to warn people about upcoming negative developments. As purchasers we have to take it upon ourselves to do our research!

It's like the people who have built along Brickmakers drive who are complaining they were deceived about the road, when the road was on the masterplan since day dot.
Yes I understand that, and I actually totally sympathise with you.
I guess I can see two sides of the fence is all. The developer doesn't have any obligation to inform future purchasers of all upcoming developments in the area. That's up to the purchaser and his/her solicitor to look into. It's like them having to tell all purchasers that there is an application for a Dan Murphy's across the street from the Sales Office. Or that more houses will be built on the golf course rendering all the "Fairway view" residents unlikely to actually see the golf course. It sounds a little deceitful, but they're ultimately selling land to people and it's not in their best interests to warn people about upcoming negative developments. As purchasers we have to take it upon ourselves to do our research!

It's like the people who have built along Brickmakers drive who are complaining they were deceived about the road, when the road was on the masterplan since day dot.
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Bek
15 March 2013
4856
Mar 15, 2013 4:19 pm
Scared1sttimebuilder - I have been liasing with Investa. Rest assured knowing they are doing their best to formulate an adequate objection to this facility.

They are 100% against it.

And before anyone says anything about why they are only onto it now, it is important to note that in 2006 when they were first informed about this possible development, they were also told that it was unlikely to ever go ahead. I think a lot of organisations in the area thought the same thing. I have been informed that Investa were only made aware of the application back in 2011 when we were all notified, and have had information regarding it available on the George's Fair website since then. They have initiated their formal objection once they received the letter in the mail that we all received the other week.

I am sure Investa will do all they can to stop this facility as they have a vested interest in it, as we do.
Scared1sttimebuilder - I have been liasing with Investa. Rest assured knowing they are doing their best to formulate an adequate objection to this facility.

They are 100% against it.

And before anyone says anything about why they are only onto it now, it is important to note that in 2006 when they were first informed about this possible development, they were also told that it was unlikely to ever go ahead. I think a lot of organisations in the area thought the same thing. I have been informed that Investa were only made aware of the application back in 2011 when we were all notified, and have had information regarding it available on the George's Fair website since then. They have initiated their formal objection once they received the letter in the mail that we all received the other week.

I am sure Investa will do all they can to stop this facility as they have a vested interest in it, as we do.
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Bek
14 March 2013
4832
Mar 14, 2013 7:24 am
Thank you Ern - I appreciate that, as I'm sure do all the other residents. The trucks I have been seeing have the word BENEDICT plastered on them so even if they are not owned by your company, they are clearly contracted to Benedict so hopefully your memo will be taken on board.

Ern yes there was initially a reason they couldn't do a load limit but I think the amount of complaint letters have made council reconsider.

I do hope it is put in place although I wish it was a 2 tonne limit.

Krayzie this is entirely why I don't allow my children to utilize the bike track during peak times. Whoever thought to put a bicycle track less than a metre from a road used by speeding trucks has rocks in their head. I often think about the poor car that got annihilated by that truck on Hume/orange grove and I cringe. I'm not risking that happening to my kids.

The trucks go up on the chicanes like its no big deal. I'm tempted to stand on Brickmakers drive and wave them all down- anyone interested in joining me? ;)
Thank you Ern - I appreciate that, as I'm sure do all the other residents. The trucks I have been seeing have the word BENEDICT plastered on them so even if they are not owned by your company, they are clearly contracted to Benedict so hopefully your memo will be taken on board.

Ern yes there was initially a reason they couldn't do a load limit but I think the amount of complaint letters have made council reconsider.

I do hope it is put in place although I wish it was a 2 tonne limit.

Krayzie this is entirely why I don't allow my children to utilize the bike track during peak times. Whoever thought to put a bicycle track less than a metre from a road used by speeding trucks has rocks in their head. I often think about the poor car that got annihilated by that truck on Hume/orange grove and I cringe. I'm not risking that happening to my kids.

The trucks go up on the chicanes like its no big deal. I'm tempted to stand on Brickmakers drive and wave them all down- anyone interested in joining me? ;)
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Bek
14 March 2013
4829
Mar 14, 2013 1:25 am
it's past 1am and i'm still up writing my (so far) 7 page objection.

I am so frustrated with the story tonight on ACA - not enough emphasis was placed on the Recyclers, yes the traffic on Brickmakers is a concern, but it's not our biggest threat at the moment. More attention needed to be drawn to this proposal, as well as the need for people to LODGE THEIR OBJECTIONS!

I'm pleased Ned Manoun wrote back so soon, that's great. At least one of our representatives is on it. More than I can say for Ms Gibbons! I'm totally disappointed there.

Ern - I will definitely be voicing my approval of the Marina, and will ring Mr Hadchiti tomorrow. We need this thing approved ASAP!

I do have a question/complaint for you though - why am I always seeing Benedict semi-trailors speeding down Brickmakers Drive? If Benedict are so concerned about the residents and keeping the area residential, flushing out all signs of industralisation - then why are your trucks using Brickmakers when they should be using Nuwarra/Newbridge? I realise you can't have surveillance on all your drivers, but perhaps you could issue a memo to them regarding this issue.

I am just annoyed that I had to come to a halt at the roundabout at Brickmakers/Christiansen to let a speeding Benedict truck go by.

I do hope the 5 tonne limit proposed by council comes into play very soon.

Columb10 if you are worried about your purchase, it wouldn't hurt to go visit the developer and demand a refund on your block, so you can purchase another block away from the road. It's worth a shot, especially since they have been quite unethical on a number of fronts when it comes to deceiving potential customers.

Tired and cranky tonight.
it's past 1am and i'm still up writing my (so far) 7 page objection.

I am so frustrated with the story tonight on ACA - not enough emphasis was placed on the Recyclers, yes the traffic on Brickmakers is a concern, but it's not our biggest threat at the moment. More attention needed to be drawn to this proposal, as well as the need for people to LODGE THEIR OBJECTIONS!

I'm pleased Ned Manoun wrote back so soon, that's great. At least one of our representatives is on it. More than I can say for Ms Gibbons! I'm totally disappointed there.

Ern - I will definitely be voicing my approval of the Marina, and will ring Mr Hadchiti tomorrow. We need this thing approved ASAP!

I do have a question/complaint for you though - why am I always seeing Benedict semi-trailors speeding down Brickmakers Drive? If Benedict are so concerned about the residents and keeping the area residential, flushing out all signs of industralisation - then why are your trucks using Brickmakers when they should be using Nuwarra/Newbridge? I realise you can't have surveillance on all your drivers, but perhaps you could issue a memo to them regarding this issue.

I am just annoyed that I had to come to a halt at the roundabout at Brickmakers/Christiansen to let a speeding Benedict truck go by.

I do hope the 5 tonne limit proposed by council comes into play very soon.

Columb10 if you are worried about your purchase, it wouldn't hurt to go visit the developer and demand a refund on your block, so you can purchase another block away from the road. It's worth a shot, especially since they have been quite unethical on a number of fronts when it comes to deceiving potential customers.

Tired and cranky tonight.
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Bek
15 September 2012
4195
Sep 15, 2012 7:35 pm
Hello all.
Re Brickmakers - it's so easy to get out of the estate now, I must say. But I am concerned that once people know about it it's going to bank up. And then once the maddecks/Brickmakers roundabout opens the estate is going to be riddled with traffic from people trying to cut corners and get home quicker. At the moment come 5pm there are cars banked up at the new lights on nuwarra facing heathcote rd, to let cars turning right from Brickmakers through. So not sure it will completely ease the traffic situation in moorebank? It will be good once buses start running down maddecks and up Brickmakers drive - the buses will come from liverpool station and go to holsworthy station which is great for those commuting to the city and finding it hard to get parking at holsworthy.
My other concern is the hooning happening down Christiansen blvd - clearly people living in the estate that speed home at 2am with their fully sick engines. I will be phoning council this week re the erection of speed signs because Christiansen is a straight road. I think it needs slow points or speeds signs - perhaps once construction has ceases and trucks no longer need to use it. I just think the road that houses the two main parks where children frequent AND the cycle path around the estate should be safer than what it currently is.

Does anyone know what the plans for this road are in the future?
Hello all.
Re Brickmakers - it's so easy to get out of the estate now, I must say. But I am concerned that once people know about it it's going to bank up. And then once the maddecks/Brickmakers roundabout opens the estate is going to be riddled with traffic from people trying to cut corners and get home quicker. At the moment come 5pm there are cars banked up at the new lights on nuwarra facing heathcote rd, to let cars turning right from Brickmakers through. So not sure it will completely ease the traffic situation in moorebank? It will be good once buses start running down maddecks and up Brickmakers drive - the buses will come from liverpool station and go to holsworthy station which is great for those commuting to the city and finding it hard to get parking at holsworthy.
My other concern is the hooning happening down Christiansen blvd - clearly people living in the estate that speed home at 2am with their fully sick engines. I will be phoning council this week re the erection of speed signs because Christiansen is a straight road. I think it needs slow points or speeds signs - perhaps once construction has ceases and trucks no longer need to use it. I just think the road that houses the two main parks where children frequent AND the cycle path around the estate should be safer than what it currently is.

Does anyone know what the plans for this road are in the future?
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Bek
25 May 2012
3885
May 25, 2012 11:04 pm
2lies_in_a_pod 2lies_in_a_pod
Hi everyone,

My husband and I are new to this forum but have spent hours reading the posts. We've just Exchanged on Lot 4366 Speare Street at Georges Fair. Very exciting!

We're building the Heathcote 35 (EBH) on a zero lot. Hoping for some facade advice... we originally hoped to go for the newly released Sydney Facade however GF haven't approved this for the estate. We're now going for the Ashmont which we're a bit disappointed in - our salesguy said we could only choose from 2 of the 20 on offer... Ashmont or Boston. I'm interested to know:
- Do the GF design guidelines allow us to render the entire facade? If so approx how much extra is this going to cost?
- Do we absolutely have to include cladding on the facade? Not really my cup of tea.
- If we do enough to make the facade comply with GF specifications, is there any reason why we can't make superficial changes at a later stage... like adding feature tiling over entry etc.
- Lastly, do the GF design guidelines govern the colour choices of the moroka/rendering?

Thanks!


Hi and welcome,
(and hi to everyone else, i've not logged on in ages)
I would personally push as hard as you can to get the facade you want. We didn't want cladding either, but we only had a choice of two facades and one was ugly and the other had cladding. We were told we had to have the cladding. Then two houses up the street (same house) being built at the same time, replaced the cladding with render - I was so annoyed. We like the cladding now so it's not such a huge drama, but I was annoyed. There is also another home with a completely different facade (the one we wanted) but we were told that facade wasn't approved. There is so much inconsistency so I would just push, push, push!

Yes you can make superficial changes - A few of my friends added some stack stone to their front pillar and we plan on doing the same when we are able to afford it. As long as you have that mixture of materials, then you should be right.

And if you don't want cladding, then perhaps try a bit of face brick instead. Fully rendered homes can look a bit boring anyway.

Good luck

and congrats to all who have moved in, or started building, or close to finishing!
2lies_in_a_pod 2lies_in_a_pod
Hi everyone,

My husband and I are new to this forum but have spent hours reading the posts. We've just Exchanged on Lot 4366 Speare Street at Georges Fair. Very exciting!

We're building the Heathcote 35 (EBH) on a zero lot. Hoping for some facade advice... we originally hoped to go for the newly released Sydney Facade however GF haven't approved this for the estate. We're now going for the Ashmont which we're a bit disappointed in - our salesguy said we could only choose from 2 of the 20 on offer... Ashmont or Boston. I'm interested to know:
- Do the GF design guidelines allow us to render the entire facade? If so approx how much extra is this going to cost?
- Do we absolutely have to include cladding on the facade? Not really my cup of tea.
- If we do enough to make the facade comply with GF specifications, is there any reason why we can't make superficial changes at a later stage... like adding feature tiling over entry etc.
- Lastly, do the GF design guidelines govern the colour choices of the moroka/rendering?

Thanks!


Hi and welcome,
(and hi to everyone else, i've not logged on in ages)
I would personally push as hard as you can to get the facade you want. We didn't want cladding either, but we only had a choice of two facades and one was ugly and the other had cladding. We were told we had to have the cladding. Then two houses up the street (same house) being built at the same time, replaced the cladding with render - I was so annoyed. We like the cladding now so it's not such a huge drama, but I was annoyed. There is also another home with a completely different facade (the one we wanted) but we were told that facade wasn't approved. There is so much inconsistency so I would just push, push, push!

Yes you can make superficial changes - A few of my friends added some stack stone to their front pillar and we plan on doing the same when we are able to afford it. As long as you have that mixture of materials, then you should be right.

And if you don't want cladding, then perhaps try a bit of face brick instead. Fully rendered homes can look a bit boring anyway.

Good luck

and congrats to all who have moved in, or started building, or close to finishing!
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Bek
7 February 2012
3226
Feb 07, 2012 9:49 pm
Fifi Fifi
Hi all
Question not related to building but can anyone recommend a good GP in the area? I need to take the kids to a local Dr now so any recommendations would be much appreciated...;)
Thanks
Fifi


Fi - it's not quite LOCAL... But Dr Low in Casula (on the hume hwy opposite the chicken shop) is FANTASTIC!
great with kids, VERY thorough, and he bulk bills. Absolutely love him and he is by far the best GP i've had.
Fifi Fifi
Hi all
Question not related to building but can anyone recommend a good GP in the area? I need to take the kids to a local Dr now so any recommendations would be much appreciated...;)
Thanks
Fifi


Fi - it's not quite LOCAL... But Dr Low in Casula (on the hume hwy opposite the chicken shop) is FANTASTIC!
great with kids, VERY thorough, and he bulk bills. Absolutely love him and he is by far the best GP i've had.
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Bek
7 February 2012
3225
Feb 07, 2012 9:45 pm
Hello all - have been MIA for a few months .... have caught up a bit on what's going on here.

Firstly, if the sales office is telling people the Recycling Plant isn't going ahead - perhaps Mrs President (Fi?) should kindly tell them that they are misleading people - as far as we know, their first DA was refused, but they will be submitting another one. So - far from in the clear. We are hopeful... but I don't think it's safe to say it isn't going ahead just yet.

Re the flooding and insurance - go to another insurer. I haven't had a problem with GIO, and I believe they are one of very few insurance companies left who actually do insure for flooding (thanks to the QLD flooding disaster).
Hello all - have been MIA for a few months .... have caught up a bit on what's going on here.

Firstly, if the sales office is telling people the Recycling Plant isn't going ahead - perhaps Mrs President (Fi?) should kindly tell them that they are misleading people - as far as we know, their first DA was refused, but they will be submitting another one. So - far from in the clear. We are hopeful... but I don't think it's safe to say it isn't going ahead just yet.

Re the flooding and insurance - go to another insurer. I haven't had a problem with GIO, and I believe they are one of very few insurance companies left who actually do insure for flooding (thanks to the QLD flooding disaster).
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Bek
25 August 2011
2668
Aug 25, 2011 10:03 pm
Thats sooo exciting Dave! Can't wait!
Have a drink for me (i'll likely be giving birth or something around that time LOL)
Thats sooo exciting Dave! Can't wait!
Have a drink for me (i'll likely be giving birth or something around that time LOL)
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Bek
25 August 2011
2658
Aug 25, 2011 5:14 pm
The Residents Action Group will likely discuss this issue with the park at our next meeting.
The Residents Action Group will likely discuss this issue with the park at our next meeting.
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Bek
23 August 2011
2652
Aug 23, 2011 10:58 pm
I have been on this rubbish issue with council for months..... they shirk responsibility and blame developers, developers say it's in councils hands... no one wants to assume responsibility.

I did request larger bins with LIDS (as the Ravens are the things responsible for the rubbish strewn across the park.... i've seen it with my own eyes.... they take the rubbish out of the bins and spread them about). All the council managed to do was put wings on the bins, not even proper lids.

I've also been asking about putting a tap in the BBQ area but council informs me there is NO PIPES or any provision for water anywhere in the park..... obviously the developers were cutting costs and figured people wouldn't need to CLEAN UP THE BBQ AFTER THEY USED IT! last i heard from council was that they were assessing whether it was financially viable for them to run pipes into the park...

The park is constantly polluted and part of this is because people who have parties there don't take their rubbish with them. Which I think is absolutely disgraceful. Another reason is that the bins are not emptied as regularly as they should be, and the Ravens make a mess of the rubbish - which is why we need PROPER LIDS not 'wings'. We also need a couple more bins in the main area - there is ONE in the main area, which is just not adequate.

I'm not sure how much time I will have to make more phone calls this week, so perhaps a few of you could call up council and request this as a matter of urgency. I'm 9 months pregnant and have a fair bit going on at the moment, not sure i will have the time to follow it up in the coming weeks!!

The issue will just be ongoing if nothing is done about it soon. I'm so tempted to just go out and buy more bins myself!
I have been on this rubbish issue with council for months..... they shirk responsibility and blame developers, developers say it's in councils hands... no one wants to assume responsibility.

I did request larger bins with LIDS (as the Ravens are the things responsible for the rubbish strewn across the park.... i've seen it with my own eyes.... they take the rubbish out of the bins and spread them about). All the council managed to do was put wings on the bins, not even proper lids.

I've also been asking about putting a tap in the BBQ area but council informs me there is NO PIPES or any provision for water anywhere in the park..... obviously the developers were cutting costs and figured people wouldn't need to CLEAN UP THE BBQ AFTER THEY USED IT! last i heard from council was that they were assessing whether it was financially viable for them to run pipes into the park...

The park is constantly polluted and part of this is because people who have parties there don't take their rubbish with them. Which I think is absolutely disgraceful. Another reason is that the bins are not emptied as regularly as they should be, and the Ravens make a mess of the rubbish - which is why we need PROPER LIDS not 'wings'. We also need a couple more bins in the main area - there is ONE in the main area, which is just not adequate.

I'm not sure how much time I will have to make more phone calls this week, so perhaps a few of you could call up council and request this as a matter of urgency. I'm 9 months pregnant and have a fair bit going on at the moment, not sure i will have the time to follow it up in the coming weeks!!

The issue will just be ongoing if nothing is done about it soon. I'm so tempted to just go out and buy more bins myself!
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Bek
31 July 2011
2480
Jul 31, 2011 6:33 pm
We really need a tap installed near the BBQ area at the park.
Council tell me there are NO pipes whatsoever in the park area to run water. Last time I spoke to them they said they were deciding whether it was financially viable to run water to the park.
I think we need to push them.
Yes we now have lids after I spent 6 months on the phone to Gf and council but they are no good if there is only the one bin in the main BBQ area. We definitely need at least another bin.

MW - 9k is an awful lot for carpet. If you are doing it after handover like we did, Check out Carpet Call they have deals on at the moment. We paid $2k for carpet to 4 bedrooms with upgraded extra thick underlay as they had a special deal on.

I didn't qualify for the survey as they were after teenage kids and mine are too small. Bummer - $80 wouldve been nice!
We really need a tap installed near the BBQ area at the park.
Council tell me there are NO pipes whatsoever in the park area to run water. Last time I spoke to them they said they were deciding whether it was financially viable to run water to the park.
I think we need to push them.
Yes we now have lids after I spent 6 months on the phone to Gf and council but they are no good if there is only the one bin in the main BBQ area. We definitely need at least another bin.

MW - 9k is an awful lot for carpet. If you are doing it after handover like we did, Check out Carpet Call they have deals on at the moment. We paid $2k for carpet to 4 bedrooms with upgraded extra thick underlay as they had a special deal on.

I didn't qualify for the survey as they were after teenage kids and mine are too small. Bummer - $80 wouldve been nice!
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Bek
14 July 2011
2368
Jul 14, 2011 10:01 pm
Well I moved in last December and only got Internet and a home phone in MAY!

It took Telstra ages to get their act together, so if any of you are looking to move in in the next few months, get on Telstra's back NOW.

We had no cables (Garden Court release) laid until May even though I was told in December by Telstra that we were all ready to get connected.

It's been a long battle with the Ombudsman's dept but I finally got it.... I do hope you get superfast internet, but I doubt it since we only have ADSL (not even ADSL2+) and so does everyone else I know who lives in this estate.
Well I moved in last December and only got Internet and a home phone in MAY!

It took Telstra ages to get their act together, so if any of you are looking to move in in the next few months, get on Telstra's back NOW.

We had no cables (Garden Court release) laid until May even though I was told in December by Telstra that we were all ready to get connected.

It's been a long battle with the Ombudsman's dept but I finally got it.... I do hope you get superfast internet, but I doubt it since we only have ADSL (not even ADSL2+) and so does everyone else I know who lives in this estate.
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Bek
26 June 2011
2239
Jun 26, 2011 9:54 pm
gazman gazman
infocus infocus
Gary

Was that mystery switch for your rangehood? I thought it would have been for the oven. Why isolate the rangehood? It is for safety reasons so kids dont turn it on but if they were tall enough to reach then they would be old enough to know. And even if they did turn it on, what harm can a rangehood do?

You should actually have an isolater for the oven if anything. We didn't have one so added it. But it comes as an extra swith on the splashback powerpoint, not a whole new separate switch. So it doesn't affect our upgraded GPO's and switches.


Hi Dave, your probably right - I thought he said something about the rangehood, anyway whatever it is it wasn't on the plan and we sure didn't expect they'd fit a standard switch alongside the ones we'd picked.
Unfortunately a lot of stuff wasn't pointed out or obvious to us when we did the electricals.


Gaz, we have this switch and yes it is for the oven - but our switch is actually just an extra button on the power point, not a completely new switch... so it's in our nice stainless steel look switch. We have built the same house, so I would raise it with them and get them to rectify it, if they can't put it all on the one switch, make them match it with the one you paid extra for!!!

If you ever want to come through and look through our place to compare things like that, you know you and Sue are always welcome.
gazman gazman
infocus infocus
Gary

Was that mystery switch for your rangehood? I thought it would have been for the oven. Why isolate the rangehood? It is for safety reasons so kids dont turn it on but if they were tall enough to reach then they would be old enough to know. And even if they did turn it on, what harm can a rangehood do?

You should actually have an isolater for the oven if anything. We didn't have one so added it. But it comes as an extra swith on the splashback powerpoint, not a whole new separate switch. So it doesn't affect our upgraded GPO's and switches.


Hi Dave, your probably right - I thought he said something about the rangehood, anyway whatever it is it wasn't on the plan and we sure didn't expect they'd fit a standard switch alongside the ones we'd picked.
Unfortunately a lot of stuff wasn't pointed out or obvious to us when we did the electricals.


Gaz, we have this switch and yes it is for the oven - but our switch is actually just an extra button on the power point, not a completely new switch... so it's in our nice stainless steel look switch. We have built the same house, so I would raise it with them and get them to rectify it, if they can't put it all on the one switch, make them match it with the one you paid extra for!!!

If you ever want to come through and look through our place to compare things like that, you know you and Sue are always welcome.
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Bek
16 June 2011
2138
Jun 16, 2011 4:03 pm
Yes for all discussions relating to the recycling plant please use the private forum.
PM me for details.

The meeting went well last night - details on private forum.
Yes for all discussions relating to the recycling plant please use the private forum.
PM me for details.

The meeting went well last night - details on private forum.
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Bek
15 June 2011
2129
Jun 15, 2011 10:58 pm
Dreamhome, I recommend Aussie M&M Fencing - we used them and they were great.
Dreamhome, I recommend Aussie M&M Fencing - we used them and they were great.
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Bek
13 June 2011
2106
Jun 13, 2011 10:15 am
Dreamgirl I wholeheartedly agree with MW!

I've lived here for 7 months now and have never regretted my decision to live here. Even with the threat of this "facility" - which I too truly believe will be defeated.

We are a unique community here at GF. I love all my neighbours, we are like a family.
There are loads of young families, lots of retirees, and we all get along and have a common goal - we all want to live in this awesome tranquil estate in peace and comfort.

Even if this facility goes ahead (which I doubt) we will be staying put. It's too good a community to give up.

Plus it's not going to go ahead so ee don't have to worry about it lol.

Don't let these people ruin your dreams. You will love living here!
Dreamgirl I wholeheartedly agree with MW!

I've lived here for 7 months now and have never regretted my decision to live here. Even with the threat of this "facility" - which I too truly believe will be defeated.

We are a unique community here at GF. I love all my neighbours, we are like a family.
There are loads of young families, lots of retirees, and we all get along and have a common goal - we all want to live in this awesome tranquil estate in peace and comfort.

Even if this facility goes ahead (which I doubt) we will be staying put. It's too good a community to give up.

Plus it's not going to go ahead so ee don't have to worry about it lol.

Don't let these people ruin your dreams. You will love living here!
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Bek
11 June 2011
2100
Jun 11, 2011 10:36 am
Gaz that is so exciting!!!!

Jack - my daughter goes swimming at Bubbles Learn to Swim at Mounties, mount pritchard. Love it there!!!!!!
And she starts pre school next year and I think we will be sending her to either one of the Your Kids Our Kids at either moorebank or chippo.
Gaz that is so exciting!!!!

Jack - my daughter goes swimming at Bubbles Learn to Swim at Mounties, mount pritchard. Love it there!!!!!!
And she starts pre school next year and I think we will be sending her to either one of the Your Kids Our Kids at either moorebank or chippo.
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Bek
2 June 2011
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Jun 02, 2011 10:56 pm
I've sent you a PM, Brad.
I've sent you a PM, Brad.
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