THE neighbour expected to be most affected by the development of the old Dairy Farmers site wants changes to be made to the proposal.
At Wednesday's discussion forum about the plans, Howick Street resident Megan Child raised concerns about the impact of the development on her property.
While not objecting to the idea of developing the site, she has given a list of changes to make it less intrusive on neighbouring properties.
Ms Child said her major concern is overshadowing, saying the diagrams provided were insufficient, but she is also worried about privacy and noise.
There would be three entry points into the site, but only one exit road.
Ms Child said that the exit would be very close to her bedroom and, with the planned speed humps, it would generate a lot of noise.
She also thinks the plant room on the site would be too noisy.
The height of the building and proposed balcony are expected to impede on her privacy.
"We think there needs to be privacy screens or the windows need to be frosted so they can't visually look into my backyard," Ms Child said.
"The plan also shows that we will have reduced privacy in our bedrooms and outdoor living activities. The rear residential building situated on Princes Street, with a balcony facing towards Carrington Park, will affect not only my property, but my next door neighbour's and the people behind us.
"It shows they will have a direct view from their living room to the backyard of my property."
She asked that the plans be amended to include an additional exit road, have no speed humps or boom gates, relocate the plant room and add features that will improve privacy.
In response to her concerns, architect Tony McBurney said he was happy to show Ms Child more modeling of the overshadowing, and he had no problem removing the speed humps from the plans.
He also said privacy screening was being considered by the owners.