2-38 Baptist Street Redfern NSW 2016

RE-NOTIFICATION with amended plans, proposing a reduction in residential apartments from 157 to 154, replacement of retail within Building D with 2 x residential terraces facing the southern through-site link, removal of cantilevered element over the heritage listed building to Cleveland Street, introduction of retail laneways at ground level accessed from Cleveland Street, and changes to articulation and materials throughout the development. The application is for the redevelopment of the site, proposing the adaptive reuse of the heritage listed former Bank of NSW building (397-399 Cleveland Street) for retail purposes, demolition of all other existing structures on site, and construction of a mixed use development comprising 8 buildings in total, including excavation, construction of 3 basement car parking levels (for 345 car spaces) accessed via Marriott Street and Baptist Street, basement, lower ground and level 1 commercial (retail and supermarket) uses to Marriott, Baptist and Cleveland Streets, commercial office uses in levels 2-6 of Building G (Cleveland Street) and residential apartments across Buildings A to F. The proposed hours of operation of the supermarket are between 6.00am and 12 midnight Mondays to Sundays inclusive. It is also proposed to provide a public through-site link from Baptist Street to Marriott Street, and a public park with associated landscaping and public domain works. The application is Integrated Development under the Water Management Act 2000, requiring the approval of Water NSW.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 10 months ago. It was received by them 8 months earlier.

(Source: City of Sydney, reference D/2018/1128)

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