Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 190 Commonwealth Street Surry Hills NSW 2010

  1. 7 Wheat Road Sydney NSW 2000
    15 days ago, 1.6 km away

    Demolition and reconstruction of the outdoor dining area associated with the existing bar known as 'Helm Bar'. Proposed works include the demolition of all external structures and stairs to Level 1 and the construction of a new seating area, enclosed bar, kitchen, store areas and amenities and display of new signage. The proposal also includes the construction of a part-fixed, part-operable roof over the outdoor area with retractable blinds and a security shutter fronting Cockle Bay to the west and solid masonry walls along the northern and eastern elevations. The application does not seek any changes to the approved hours of operation or patron capacity as approved under D/2009/197 (as amended).

  2. 737-739 George Street Haymarket NSW 2000
    about 1 month ago, 590 m away

    New licensed food and drink premises (restaurant and small bar) with a capacity of 85 patrons, including associated fitout works, demolition of mezzanine level, external alterations and signage. The proposed hours of operation are 5.30am – 3.00am the following day, Mondays to Sundays inclusive. The application includes the use of the public footway on George Street for outdoor seating (15.32 square metres of area used). The proposed hours for the outdoor seating area are 7.00am – 1.00am the following day Mondays to Sundays inclusive.

  3. 211 Abercrombie Street Darlington NSW 2008
    about 1 month ago, 1.5 km away

    Section 4.55(2) application to modify an existing consent for alterations and additions to a terrace house. Proposed modifications include extending the ground floor of the dwelling by 900mm at the north-western corner, extending an approved stair case within the rear yard towards the rear boundary, increasing the depth of an approved first floor balcony by 150mm (from 750mm to 900mm), changing the cladding of the approved first floor balcony from horizontal to vertical and removing an approved skylight for an upper level bedroom.

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