255 - 265 High Street Penrith NSW 2750

Torrens Title Subdivision x 3 Lots

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 6 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Penrith City Council, reference DA18/1240)

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  1. Ingelle Moore commented

    Does this mean these last standing terraces in Penrith are going to be pulled down and replaced with yet another big concrete, shoddily built apartment building?well there goes another part of Penrith ' s heritage -how little do Australians value their unique history -just turn our streets into a big Chinese city....

  2. Elaine Watling commented

    I also feel that not enough consideration is given to history and heritage in our area (and many others). Sadly it seems that the love money and profit does indeed rule the world. There must be a more controlled and balanced approach that can be employed.

  3. Noddy commented

    Penrith city council real estate agents don't give a damm about our local history! Ask the Real estate agents what happened to the old Penrith court house and old police station?..... They were pulled down overnight the day before these historic buildings were going to be heritage listed how's that!?! And what happened to the beautiful sandstone blocks that used to line the gutters of high street? Would like to know what councilor got all that beautiful sandstone that belonged to We the People of Penrith not the UNCONSTITUTIONAL Penrith City Council!

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