31 Wansey Road Randwick NSW 2031

Demolition of exciting dwelling houses erection of 3/storey boarding house with 82 total rooms & one below ground basement car park with 27 car spaces.

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

(Source: Randwick City Council, reference DA/847/2018)


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  1. Lisa Walpole commented

    SEPP now states there must be 1 car space per every 2 rooms. This is none compliant

  2. Yuri P Y commented

    The greed of a Developer to achieve the number of 82 units, and trying to build something clearly over dense for the site, ignore many principles from SEPP and specially from the DCP, and fail to provide some acceptable living standards spaces.
    As per the floor plans, the communal open space for example, will not receive any direct sun light, neither any units that is facing south.The proposal has not provide the minimum required common facilities,such as laundries, communal kitchen, drying cloths open space, etc...
    A total of 30 units (36.5%) not receiving any sun at all. Also, 6 of those units (G07, G14,106,114,212 and 203) do not even have windows in the room!
    Also single lift serving 26 units per floor, and an over build non-comply FSR, makes this proposal an affront of the public and the community interest.
    Sydney is flooded with new developments and clear the city needs to grow, but we can not go back and start ignoring those simple principles that has been created to ensure a good quality of life in this beautiful city.
    The site has clearly the potential to provide a much better outcome, with just a reduction of units and better space design and facilities.

  3. Michael Wright commented

    Yet another boarding house application for Randwick City council. That is 6 in the last 2 months!!. The local community does not need these types of facilities targeted to a already overcrowded suburb full of short term temporary student residents.
    Even the current (temporary) PM is aware that the local area is overloaded https://www.sbs.com.au/news/morrison-considers-ideas-to-push-international-students-migrants-to-small-cities
    Please do not approve this application as it will do nothing to improve the amenity of this area and will only add to overcrowding.
    How about some residential units for semi-permanent residents who can add to the local community as opposed to boarding houses for temporary residents - we have enough of these already?

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