3 Scouller Street Marrickville NSW 2204

To demolish part of the premises and carry out ground floor alterations and additions to a dwelling house

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 2 years ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Inner West Council (Marrickville), reference DA201900141)


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  1. Roger commented

    Yet again, Inner West Council website is unable to display any information regarding planning applications. So much for community involvement and input. The sceptical amongst us would suggest a conspiracy to ignore???

  2. Joe Ortenzi commented

    I’ve raised it with the council and it has taken months for them to say in effect “it is what it is” . They say that if you need more time to reply you can request it. I asked them to simply not post the DA till all of it, including the supporting docs are ready. If Leichardt can do it why can’t marrickville? Why are they still operating as separate councils all these years later? Why are they on different systems? The whole point of amalgamation was to unify systems and save cost and effort. I don’t see that happening.

  3. Roger commented

    The information is now available but yes, Joe, it all makes you wonder what the point of amalgamation was.

  4. Joe commented

    It’s annoying that before amalgamation it worked and after amalgamation it doesn’t. More than annoying actually. It’s an insult and a failure of a process no one affected by it wanted.

    It was working and now it’s broken and the best they can offer is check back later. It’s an insult.

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