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Five Dirt-Cheap Asian eats in Glen Waverley

Dirt cheap, delish Malaysian and Chinese food in Melbourne’s east.

Home to an endless variety of Asian cuisine, a single street in Melbourne’s east houses some of the best honest, hawker-style food in the city. 631 more words

Food

Glen Waverley high-rise controversy

Monash community group supports open-space for interactions between cultural groups. Picture: @EMonashU

By Tim Santasombat

Monash community groups have urged a open green space for interaction between cultural groups in place of a multi-storey high-rise in Glen Waverley. 353 more words

Monash Council

GayleVN reblogged this on Empowering Monash & YOU and commented:

The issue reported on by Tim (reblogged post below) is exacerbated by the approval of Council to build a 15 storey building on the south side of O'Sullivan Road with car access through the lane to O'Sullivan Road. Traffic flow along O'Sullivan Road near The Glen is a nightmare already.

And Now The Glen. A proposal for three towers - 8, 12 and 23 storeys - of one and two bedroom apartments.

A planning application has been submitted for “Alterations and Additions to The Existing Shopping Centre”.  That’s one way of describing building three apartment towers reaching up to 23 storeys above Springvale Road. 371 more words

Community Feedback

Monash Council: 3 gripes, 2 compliments

Last night’s Monash Council meeting left me insulted and angry.  Work by our strong Councillors and any good moves the Council makes are soon overshadowed by… 850 more words

Monash City Council

Green Waverley: Research supports a green space for diverse uses

With more criticism of Council this week over spending $$$ on one of the larger cultural groups within Monash, (see http://www.heraldsun.com.au/leader/east/monash-council-defends-decision-to-spend-37000-on-free-lunch-for-greek-easter/story-fngnvlxu-1227308571917) the value of an open space where many cultural groups can interact informally becomes apparent. 443 more words

Community

One million the new median

April 2, 2015

By Shirin Motamedi

PURCHASING a home in Glen Waverley for under $1 million is becoming increasingly difficult, CoreLogic RPData figures reveal.

Over 260 homes sold for more than $1 million in Glen Waverley in the 12 months to November 2014, placing it third on the million-dollar list behind Brighton and Balwyn North. 339 more words