Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 80 Botany Street Kingsford NSW 2032

  1. 96 Bundock Street South Coogee NSW 2034
    about 1 month ago, 1.3 km away

    Modification of approved development for new ground level bay window to front, relocated rear retaining walls, relocate sink in outbuilding and change privacy screen to first floor rear terrace to timber. Original Consent: Alterations and additions to existing dual occupancy including removal of rear exterior stair access to upper level dwelling with construction of new exterior stair access at front of building, ground level rear extension with new deck above, construction of first floor rumpus room with bathroom and sink above existing garage fronting laneway with new ground level deck on southern side of garage.

  2. 150 Barker Street Randwick NSW 2031
    2 months ago, 210 m away

    Modification of the approved development to convert 10 x 2 bedroom apartments into 15 x 1 bedroom apartments within building S3. Original consent: Development of Southern Precinct of "Newmarket Randwick" site including demolition of existing buildings and structures; on Lot S1 construction of a five storey residential flat building containing 17 dwellings, basement carparking , 9 three storey multi dwelling units and parking for 40 vehicles: on Lot S2 construction of a three storey residential flat building containing 16 dwellings, basement carparking, 4 two storey multi unit dwelling units and parking for 24 vehicles: on Lot S3 construction of a part 4/part7 storey residential flat building containing 112 dwellings, basement carparking, 12 two storey multi dwelling units, carparking for 134 vehicles; landscaping and associates works (variation to height control)(Consent is also required from NSW Office of Environment and Heritage and NSW Office of Water).

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