Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 7/3-5 Goodwood Street Kensington NSW 2033

  1. 30 Middle Street Kingsford NSW 2032
    6 days ago, 1.7 km away

    S4.55 application to modify the consent by altering the staircase configuration, convert store room at ground floor level into a new boarding room including replacing louvre panel with sliding door, extend nib walls and slab on western elevation, and reconfiguration of the internal layout of boarding rooms at each level. Original consent: Demolition of all existing structures and construction of a three storey boarding house containing 19 self-contained rooms, ground floor common room, parking for cars and bicycles, landscaping and associated site works.

  2. 24 Church Street Randwick NSW 2031
    8 days ago, 1.3 km away

    Modification of the approved development to increase the building height by 150mm, basement raised by 300mm, ground level raised by 200mm inclusive of reduced floor to ceiling height by 50mm at ground and 1st floor level, amendments to basement and driveway and front fence infills. Original consent: Demolition of existing structures, construction of a 3 storey residential flat building containing 5 dwellings, semi-basement car parking for 7 vehicles, including Affordable Rental Housing component, landscaping and associated works.

  3. 2 Anzac Parade Kensington NSW 2033
    about 1 month ago, 500 m away

    Modification to Land and Environment Court approval including deletion of basement level and relocation of bicycle parking to ground level, increase size of communal living area and add toilet, alter parking area, reconfigure waste/recycling bin store, extend south-east external wall, add balcony for rooms 3.01, 3.02 and 3.03 and reduce width of planter, alter manager’s room and landscaping. Original approval: Demolition of existing structures and construction of a new four storey boarding house development with 41 rooms, 9 car spaces and 8 motor cycle spaces.

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