30 Denning Street South Coogee NSW 2034

Demolition of existing structures, construction of 3 storey dwelling plus roof terrace, double garages, swimming pool to rear, landscaping and associated works (variation to height control).

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 11 months ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Randwick City Council, reference DA/193/2019)


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  1. Toby Fogg commented

    This is a very significant contravention of height rules with the intent being to allow a rooftop terrace. These are clearly banned under Randwick planning rules on the uppermost roof and this significant height breach allows for an additional room above the main roof. Rooftop terraces are associated with considerabl noise and privacy issues and allow height rules to be breached in order to make permissible such a large terrace will set a very dangerous precedent in an area that has significant amounts of overlooking between neighbors already.

  2. Marisa commented

    Rooftop terraces are so unnecessary as usually they sit above an already huge living area. They should have setbacks and privacy screens. Around my street there are about half a dozen houses with rooftop terraces and they all breach height limits but council have still approved them. Go figure. If it's any consolation, they are not really access friendly so not used much at all ... which really defeats the purpose of having them in the first place.

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