Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 30-32 Glebe Street Randwick NSW 2031

  1. 28 Burton Street Randwick NSW 2031
    about 13 hours ago, 1.2 kilometres away

    Section 4.55(1A) - modification to approved development for inclusion of underfloor storage area attached to unit 1 in the existing void under the building structure and for the use of general storage. Plan details were submitted prior to the determination of the last application. Original Consent: Alterations and additions to the existing dual occupancy including new second floor addition, amendments to existing strata plan and associated works.

  2. 200-210 Arden Street Coogee NSW 2034
    22 days ago, 1.2 kilometres away

    Modification of approved development to reduce size of existing Level 2 Function area to include new terrace with addition of internal bar and refurbishment, and increased size of new Level 2 Function area with addition of a bar and refurbishment. Original consent: Alterations and additions to the Coogee Legion Club, including refurbishment and extension of the function centre and construction of a terrace at Level 2, new windows and associated works (variations to building height and floor space ratio).

  3. 2 comments
    25 Gibson Street Bronte NSW 2024
    about 1 month ago, 1.3 kilometres away

    Remove and replace one (1) Camphor Laurel from rear, right side of property. This tree is unsuitable & unsustainable in its location, it is destabilising the boundary fence line, and there is evidence of included bark and large buttress roots forming in both properties. This tree has dropped large branches over the years and has blocked both properties’ sewer lines. The canopy overhangs the three neighbouring properties, to prune this tree away from them would require a significant amount to be removed, leaving the tree as a poor specimen. This tree presents an unacceptable level of risk to the residence and neighbouring properties.

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