$100 Million Darlinghurst Cancer Centre Objected by Lord Mayor

A spokeswoman for the Mayor told the Daily Telegraph: “While Clover shares local community support for the health facilities, she also shares their concern that all institutions need to be good neighbours and ensure major development does not impact unduly on adjacent residential areas.”

Residents agree, saying the proposed Garvan St Vincents Cancer Clinic building will take away from the heritage landscape of Darlinghust, and limit light to a nearby park.

Darlinghust Residents’ Action Group Jo Holder questioned the need for the centre to be developed, adding locals are concerned the project could include offices (doctor’s consulting rooms) and a ground floor retail precinct and become highly commercialised, something the hospital has denied.

St Vincent’s Hospital spokesman David Faktor said it believes “the proposed cancer centre will not pose any unreasonable impacts on the local environment.”

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Marc Pallisco

A freelance property analyst and journalist, Marc is a co-founder of realestatesource.com.au.

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