170 Pacific Highway Roseville NSW 2069

Demolition of existing structures and construction of a 27 room boarding house with basement parking and associated works - State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009 (AHSEPP)

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 5 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Ku-ring-gai Council, reference DA0185/19)


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  1. Pankaj Shinde commented

    This development should not be approved. The nature of this area is residential and families live here. Pacific Highway is already overburdened with traffic. The architecture of the building needs to be in line with heritage as well.

  2. Stephen Hunt commented

    This would seem to be a substantial overdevelopment of a modest sized building block. The present building blends comfortably with the surrounding properties. If the requirement is for a Boarding House, then it should be an adaption of the present building rather than a complete rebuild.

  3. Tony Skinner commented

    Good modern design that blends well into the sorrounds - it will certainly lift the area into the 21st century.
    Only concerns I would like to express:
    1. The developer needs to provide additional car parking as it will be desperately required here. There is very minimal off-street parking options available and the council refuses to redevelop the council car park or provide any additional areas for parking.
    2. The pacific highway desperately requires stormwater drainage on this west-side - there are no storm water drainage pits on this entire length of this west-side. The council should consider as part of the development provisions is to create a storm-water easement to drain the pacific highway if it is required.

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