Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 6 Lorne Avenue Kensington NSW 2033

  1. 164-174 Barker Street Randwick NSW 2031
    about 1 month ago, 1.7 km away

    Modification of approved development by correction to error in conditions of consent relating to BASIX certificate. Original Consent: Integrated development application for demolition of the existing structures, construction of 2x8 storey shop top housing development within lots E1.1 and E1.2 including retail/commercial tenancies, 128 residential apartments, 2 basement levels of parking with 137 car spaces, an urban plaza, associated site, remediation and landscape works.

  2. 29-39 Young Street Randwick NSW 2031
    about 2 months ago, 1.8 km away

    Modification of approved development by addition of Building Manager's office on ground floor of Building E3.3, updated BASIX certificate, alteration to basement car and bicycle parking layout. Original consent: Development Application for Lots E3 and E4 within the Newmarket Randwick development comprising of demolition of existing structures, remediation works construction of 4 residential flat buildings between 3 and 7 storeys containing 165 dwellings, two levels of basement car parking with 175 residential car park spaces, 17 visitor spaces, 165 bicycle spaces, 10 motorcycle spaces, landscaping and associated works (Heritage Item).

  3. 340A Botany Road Alexandria NSW 2015
    about 2 months ago, 2 km away

    Section 4.55(2) modification of consent for the erection of motor vehicle showroom/vehicle repair building. Proposed changes include changing the finished floor levels and floor to ceiling heights of the basement, ground floor and first floor; adding a new mezzanine, a partial second floor and an additional signage; increasing the overall building height and gross floor area of the development; other internal and external design modifications; and amendments to multiple conditions (primarily relating to public domain works) to allow staging of construction certificates and occupation certificates to facilitate delivery of the project.

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