18 Ascot Street Kensington NSW 2033

Integrated development for demolition of the existing structures on site & lot consolidation, excavation for the purpose of one level basement: construction of purpose built student accomodation: associated business identification signs, streetscape improvements & landscaping extension of services & infrastructure. Approval is also required from the NSW Office of Water.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 2 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Randwick City Council, reference DA/717/2018)

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  1. Maritza Tassanyi commented

    I oppose the proposed development 18 Ascot Street Kensington for a number of reasons. Firstly and very importantly the lack of provision of car parking spaces. Only 5 car spaces for the enormous number of rooms is incomprehensible, Many students will have cars as some will have part time jobs all over Sydney and at all times of the day and night, They will all most likely have friends and relatives visiting by car who will need to park also. The situation in Ascot Street is already often chaotic, particularly on race days when it is impossible to negotiate the roundabout and traffic on Doncaster Avenue is at a standstill. Even in the week parking is hard to find and with the proposed bicycle lane on Doncaster Avenue more parking spaces will be lost.
    The only park close by is the handkerchief size Kokoda Memorial park, this park with just a few benches will no longer be pleasant to visit with so many extra people using it.
    The exterior facade of the building is most unattractive and not in keeping with the surrounding houses,

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