The meeting between the residents and the council last week was part of a review of its medium density living policy introduced in 2010. It was designed to allow for 45,000 extra residents by 2032.
For resident Andrew Harrison, medium-density living is inevitable in the area.
“There are plenty of examples around of great architecture rather than just putting together a one size fits all home,” he said.
Another resident told News.com.au seven houses were being built behind his property, likening the congestion to “living like rabbits”.
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