Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 52 Vernon Avenue, Eastlakes NSW 2018

  1. 11 - 13 Lord Street, Botany NSW 2019
    about 7 hours ago, 1.6 km away

    Modification to DA 2018/1045 for minor alterations and additions including the reinstatement of trees, introduction of bicycle racks, changes to sprinkler tank and pump room, minor relocation and reduction of parking spaces, materiality changes and tree relocation. Internal and external alterations to Building C including overall reduction in building GPA, materiality and facade changes, minor changes to rooftop plans and extension of awnings.

  2. 11 - 13 Lord Street, Botany NSW 2019
    4 days ago, 1.6 km away

    Construction and refurbishment of industrial building Integrated Development - Construction of three (3) storey commercial building (Building C) comprising light industrial units, associated ancillary offices and ancillary basement storage; refurbishment of existing commercial buildings A and B to include indoor recreation facilities, child care centre, food and drink premises, light industrial units with ancillary office space, industrial retail outlets and neighbourhood shops; provision of car parking and landscaping. The application is considered as INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT in accordance with Section 91A of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and requires the concurrence of the Water NSW under the Water Management Act 2000 as the works on the subject site are proposed to enter the groundwater. The proposal is also considered 'regional development' under State Environmental Planning Policy (State & Regional Development) 2011 as the development has a capital investment value of more than $20 million. The proposal will be determined by the Sydney Eastern City Planning Panel (SECPP). For information on the consent functions of the SECPP, visit

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