Applications nearby

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

  1. 21 Forsyth Street Kingsford NSW 2032
    8 days ago, 1.1 kilometres away

    Demolition of existing structures, construction of a new boarding house containing thirty-two (32) rooms (16 x single rooms; 16 x double rooms (including an onsite manager’s room)), and basement car parking for seventeen (17) vehicles, seven (7) motorcycles and seven (7) bicycles under the provisions of State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009. (Integrated Development (Variation to Height). Approval for this application is also required by Water NSW.

  2. 40 The Avenue Randwick NSW 2031
    20 days ago, 1.7 kilometres away

    Integrated development for alterations and additions to existing boarding house including construction of a double garage with 2 x boarding rooms above at the rear, new service entry, refurbishment of existing boarding room to make accessible and associated works (State Heritage Item and within a Heritage Conservation Area, variation to FSR of the RLEP 2012). DA/327/2020, 40 The Avenue: Integrated development for alterations and additions to existing boarding house including construction of a double garage with 2 x boarding rooms above at the rear, new service entry, refurbishment of existing boarding room to make accessible and associated works (State Heritage Item and within a Heritage Conservation Area, variation to FSR of the RLEP 2012). Approval for this application is also required by the Office of Environment & Heritage.

  3. 77-93 Portman Street Zetland NSW 2017
    3 days ago, 1.8 kilometres away

    Application of temporary signage graphics to construction fencing and hoardings at sites 7, 8, 15, 17, 18 and 19 Green Square Town Centre. The signs will include: - Max 10sqm or 10% (whichever is the larger) per frontage – business identification signs - Max 30% per frontage - architectural exterior and interior project photomontages. - Min 10% across the site – community infrastructure info, local wayfinding, local curated artworks (subject to CoS agreement and input)- Balance as lifestyle images, general graphics, colours, themes

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