59 Ebley Street Bondi Junction NSW 2022

Converting 2x existing dwelling into 1x boarding house

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 3 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Waverley Council, reference DA-487/2018)

3 Comments

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  1. Gayle Walker commented

    There are no documents to view on council’s website pertaining to this DA so it’s hard to comment. However, I want to stress how important it is to retain the fig tree at the front of this property. I have seen ringtail possums in this tree at dusk and it is providing habitat and food for our ever-shrinking population of ringtails. Whatever gets approved here, please keep this tree intact.

    Please ensure a POM is clearly drawn up for this boarding house including a direct phone line for complaints. Please don’t expect police and neighbours to manage this business.

  2. Victoria Cameron commented

    This has long been an unkept part of Bondi Junction in a key thoroughfare for young families. This proposal, which is a second attempt at approval, should be rejected.
    We should be encouraging the rejuvenation of this part of Ebley Street, not the further decline.

  3. Mary commented

    Aren’t there enough transient back packers disturbing the peace of local residents and devaluing the area? This development does nothing to add character or enhance Bondi Junction. I am in favour of rejecting the application due to the noise, litter, and safety concerns of such a dwelling in this vicinity.

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