Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 21 Seaview Street Waverley NSW 2024

  1. 23 Gilderthorpe Avenue Randwick NSW 2031
    about 2 months ago, 1.2 km away

    Modification of approved development to relocate mechanical services including air conditioning units, garbage and carpark exhausts, hotwater unit to roof and construction new roof hatch. Original consent: Demolition of all structures on site and construction of a new 3 storey residential flat building containing 6 dwellings over a basement car park for 8 vehicles, associated site and landscape work and strata subdivision (variations to building height and floor space ratio controls).

  2. 159 Arden Street Coogee NSW 2034
    about 2 months ago, 2 km away

    Modification of approved development by internal changes to connect storage rooms to units 1 and 3, enclosure of first floor western terrace to convert to bedroom and bathroom for unit 6, relocation of front door and change of bathroom to study for unit 6. Original consent: Alterations and additions to the existing residential flat building including new rear and upper floor additions to create a total of 6 dwellings (1 x 2 bedroom, 5 x 3 bedroom), 8 car spaces and solar panels on roof (Variation to floor space ratio control).

  3. 30 Botany Street Bondi Junction NSW 2022
    about 2 months ago, 680 m away

    Remove one (1) Liquid amber located on side of property. This tree is unsuitable & unsustainable in their location. There is insufficient space for it to flourish and mature in good health and vigour. As they continue to grow they will cause ongoing damages to the boundary enclosure. There is evidence of included bark between the two main leaders meaning the junction looks like a “V” rather than a “U.” As the tree grows the narrow union will essentially fill with bark and create a growing area of structural weakness in the tree.It is likely that stress put on the either of the co-dominant stems can cause splitting, or even cause the stem to break off at the junction. As a tree ages and grows, included bark becomes more of a danger to surrounding trees and to the property.

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