9 Macartney Avenue Chatswood NSW 2067.

Double sotry residential dwelling

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 8 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Willoughby City Council, reference CD-2019/99)

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  1. Christine Razga commented

    Does this mean the current building will be made into a 2 story residence or the plan is to demolish the current building? If it is to be demolished, I am very sad. I moved into this area 19 years ago because I loved all the old houses in my street. They have character. All the new buildings in this area are pretty much kit homes and will start to look very shabby in 20 years times as the rendering starts to crumble because the concrete slabs move & sweating bricks behind the rendering takes its toll.

  2. Linda Sala commented

    It is disappointing to see that this application for a replacement Clarendon Home is being considered, when Nos 1, 11, 17 and 19 Macartney Ave have been sympathetically renovated into two storey dwellings, while keeping the character of homes and street in tact. Also as the eastern side (where no: 9 is located) of Macartnery abuts Maclean Street, I would have thought that it would be even more important to retain the character of these homes in this area.

    Given our location to this proposal it was disappointing not to have received any written notification of this DA nor was there any evidence of on site notice of the DA.

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