111 Oxford Road, Ingleburn NSW 2565

Partial demolition of existing heritage-listed dwelling and construction of a childcare centre for 110 children including alterations and additions to the existing dwelling for use as part of the childcare centre

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

(Source: Campbelltown City Council, reference 774/2018/DA-C)

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  1. J Green commented

    This building is both a prominent and significant example of very few heritage buildings remaining in the Ingleburn township, noting recent years have seen the loss of prime and visually significant examples of Ingleburns architectural history (e.g. cnr Lionel street & Oxford) to be replaced with characterless development.

    Although this site has already been largely denuded (I believe in contravention of heritage protection directives), vegetation can be recovered over time. This action however does point toward likely destruction of heritage aspects of the building itself should development proceed - something which cannot be recovered.

    Suggest the heritage value of 111 Oxford Road should be protected as a community asset and the property best be restored with sensitivity to both its period and contemporary use as a dwelling.

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