Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 13 McDougall Street Kensington NSW 2033

  1. 31 Lenthall Street Kensington NSW 2033
    25 days ago, 340 m away

    Modification of approved development by removal of mezzanine storage, alter floor plan and internal reconfiguration, changes to some windows, alteration to swimming pool and decking. Original Consent: Ground level alterations and additions to the existing dwelling plus mezzanine storage area, alterations to garage including bathroom addition, swimming pool and part covered deck to rear with associated works (Heritage Conservation Area).

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    811 Elizabeth Street Zetland NSW 2017
    7 months ago, 840 m away

    RE-NOTIFICATION with amended plans depicting changes to child care centre, and building form of Buildings A and C: Detailed proposal for 3 mixed use residential flat buildings (Buildings A, B and C at 3 to 15 storeys) with ground floor retail to Building A, 254 residential apartments across all 3 buildings, a child care centre, 2 basement levels accommodating 206 car parking spaces, public domain works, the provision of a pedestrian link to the northern boundary of the site known as Frog Park Lane (adjacent to Christies Lane between Portman and Elizabeth Streets) with associated earthworks and landscaping, and the construction of part of road known as Zetland Avenue at the southern boundary of the site. The application is Integrated Development, requiring the approval of Water NSW under the Water Management Act 2000.

  3. 5-11 Mentmore Avenue Rosebery NSW 2018
    19 days ago, 1 km away

    Alterations and additions to the existing building and change of use to a licensed entertainment facility, licensed function centre and office premises. The proposed hours of operation for the entertainment facility are 9am to 12pm Monday to Saturday. The proposed hours of operation for the function centre are 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday, and the proposed hours for the office are 9am to 6pm Monday to Sunday. The proposed capacity is 540 patrons.

  4. 77-93 Portman Street Zetland NSW 2017
    over 1 year ago, 1 km away

    RE-NOTIFICATION with amended plans: proposal for excavation, remediation, construction of shared 3 level basement car park with 275 car spaces, 3 mixed use residential flat buildings with ground floor retail (Buildings A, B and C), 7 x 4 storey terraces to Portman Street (Building D), and landscaping and public domain works at Site 15 in the Green Square Town Centre. Building A is 23 storeys containing 152 apartments. Building B is 12 storeys containing 119 apartments. Building C is 12 storeys containing 45 apartments. The application is Integrated Development requiring the approval of Water NSW under the Water Management Act 2000.

  5. 511-515 Botany Road Zetland NSW 2017
    about 1 month ago, 1.1 km away

    Section 4.55(2) modification of consent for the construction 2 residential buildings comprising 286 residential apartments and associated public domain and landscaping works. Proposed modifications include the addition of additional entry doors to ground floor apartments, the creation of a new landscaped communal terrace at the roof level of Building A, materials changes including a change in the colour of proposed bricks, redesign of the northern facing roof awning on Building B and other minor design modifications.

  6. 501-509 Botany Road Zetland NSW 2017
    22 days ago, 1.1 km away

    Application to modify development consent D/2014/757 to increase the total number of residential apartments from 123 to 141 (allocating 22 residential apartments to affordable housing), resulting in a 8-12-storey mixed use building. The proposal also includes the removal of the temporary basement access off Botany Road, reconfiguration of the internal floorplates, provision of rooftop communal areas, the addition of wintergardens fronting Botany Road and the increase in size of the commercial areas from 440sqm to 621sqm.

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