Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 39 Limestone Avenue, Braddon, ACT

  1. 35 Bonney Street, Ainslie, ACT
    1 day ago, 1.8 km away

    PROPOSAL FOR ELECTRICAL CONDUITS & CABLE PITS - Proposed installation of new underground conduits containing 11kV electrical cables and cable pits extending between a substation at Block 11 Section 36 and Northbourne Avenue, and from Northbourne Avenue to a new sub-station in Morphett St Dickson. The underground conduits proposed to connect these two segments fall within the Northbourne Avenue road reserve and are subject to a separate application to the National Capital Authority.

  2. 68 Bunda Street, City, ACT
    15 days ago, 1 km away

    PROPOSAL FOR MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT & LEASE VARIATION - Demolition of existing buildings and structures; Construction of an 11 storey mixed use building comprising of 212 commercial accomodation units, resturant, office, multi purpose rooms, 3 levels of basement car parking, landscaping and associated works; Lease Variation to allow for consolidation of blocks 1 and 5, add 'commercial accomodation' use limited to 212 commercial accomodation units, delete clause 3(b) gross floor area and amend clause 3(c) to remove 'cobble stone' reference.

  3. 1 comment
    51 Rosenthal Street, Campbell, ACT
    over 1 year ago, 1.2 km away

    EXTENTED PUBLIC NOTIFICATION TIME PERIOD FOR AMENDMENT TO DA201833326 AND RENOTIFICATION OF DECONCESSION APPLICATION - PROPOSAL FOR DECONCESSION OF CROWN LEASE, VARIATION TO PURPOSE CLAUSE AND 8 DWELLING MULTI UNIT HOUSING DEVELOPMENT. Amendment to development application for proposal for deconcession of crown lease, variation to purpose clause and 8 dwelling multi unit housing development which is still under consideration - the amendment is additional landscaping to eastern boundary, improved fencing at eastern boundary to ensure privacy, increased on-site visitor car parking. Additional information provided regarding deconcession of Crown lease.

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