132 Warren Road Marrickville NSW 2204

To demolish existing improvements, subdivide the land into 2 Torrens title lots and construct a 2 storey dwelling house on each lot

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 23 days ago. It was received by them 7 days earlier.

(Source: Inner West Council (Marrickville), reference DA201700082.01)

4 Comments

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  1. Suzanna Szabo commented

    Nothing on council website, but this development is too much in a single storey single dwelling zoned area, the street cannot accommodate any further development. It is already difficult to navigate, is already congested and has reduced amenity to residents. As such it should not be approved. Not only is this development excesive, there is no room for demolition and construction to be safely effected. Not to mentiom that there is no provision for safe oversight of demolition and building works in a timely and considered manner by local authorities.

  2. Suzanna Szabo commented

    Nothing on council website, but this development is too much in a single storey single dwelling zoned area, the street cannot accommodate any further development. It is already difficult to navigate, is already congested and has reduced amenity to residents. As such it should not be approved. Not only is this development excesive, there is no room for demolition and construction to be safely effected. Not to mentiom that there is no provision for safe oversight of demolition and building works in a timely and considered manner by local authorities.

  3. Claire Croumbie-Brown commented

    This would be yet another example of knocking down an existing dwelling and replacing it with two oversized (probably ugly) dwellings that would not blend in with the streetscape. Marrickville will lose its character and become like a modern suburb if council keeps on allowing this to happen. It’s happened in a number of other streets and it should now be time for Council to have a clear policy about retaining the character of the suburb. Old houses are being purchased by greedy developers who want to maximise their financial return and who have no interest in the suburb itself.
    The proposed developent is an overdevelopment of the site.
    It should not be supported.

  4. Bailan Devereaux commented

    I object to this development application as I did for 7 Renwick Street, Marrickville. 7 Renwick St application demolished a beautiful Victorian house and has been abandoned and left vacant with construction rubbish for many months now. A council’s role is more than approve and disapprove applications based on a simple checklist. Local demand/supply of housing and cultural reservations need to be taken into consideration too. Clearly a lot of applications have destroyed the heritage nature of existing houses and are causing an over supply of residential properties.

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