Re: Re: One Berkley court -132m Tower
Anything that is being presented as better because it is high density, should also include benefits for the community. There should be a better use of public spaces, there should be an improvement in public services, eg shopping, parking, creches, etc.
Otherwise what is the point of high density?
I understand that loads of services of this kind will be provided with the development (although nothing has been mentioned about parking, Could it do something to help parking around matches at Landsdowne rd?). Anyway, if these are quality services, I donÂ´t care if it looks like diamond, or a rugby ball o a milk carton. If it threads into the existing city and improves it, I like it!