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Matraville the new ‘Junction’ of the Eastern Suburbs

Published on 25/03/2011

Matraville’s population is set to explode with no less than seven new developments of up to seven storeys proposed for our town centre.

With 195 new apartments planned (as at March 2011), translating into a possible 500 new residents, Matraville’s community is wondering what our suburb will resemble by the end of the year.

What do you think?

Is this a positive or a negative for our community? Will our village once again be a hive of activity? Or will the congestion of Maroubra and Bondi Junctions turn your feet towards quieter pastures?

 
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3 Responses

  1. Lynda

    More residents and more business surely it’s a no brainer to bring the Post Office back.

  2. Susan

    The only way Matraville will live again, is if we have more shops for the residents. We have an ageing population in Matto, so we NEED more shops. They will have to have good prices, as for so long we have had to travel to Maroubra or Eastgardens. So they will have to be competative. And YES we do need a post office. Elderly people find it difficult to get to Hillsdale or Maroubra, and then they are expected to line up as well. I can’t imagine what it is going to be like, having so many more people in Matto.

  3. Teneil

    The shops should be modernised. This will give a positive perspective for first time residents in Matraville. The construction is a good idea because of the population growth. This will increase business owners wages.

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