27 Premier Street Marrickville NSW 2204

Demolition, tree removal, subdivision of the allotment into two (2) Torrens title allotments and construction of a two (2) storey dwelling house on each subdivided lot.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 6 months ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Inner West Council (Marrickville), reference DA201900204)

4 Comments

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  1. Petra Jones commented

    There are no records to review. How many multiple single dwellings will there be on the site? Has parking been factored into the plans? We cannot assess the application without actually seeing the plans!!!!

  2. Gabby Richards commented

    The documents for this DA have only just appeared on Council's website and the notice was attached to the front fence of the property only last week. We have one week to respond. Comments close 23rd July. This house was illegally converted to flats in the late 1950s. A DA was submitted in 1957 for 4 "flatettes" and was rejected. The plan was modified to an 18 room boarding house and was again rejected. The owner ignored Council and converted a beautiful Victorian mansion to 4 flats. In 1984 it was inherited by his 3 children who continued to reap the benefits of illegal land usage and now want to demolish it. If you want to see the heritage value look at number 23 which is its twin. A beautiful Victorian villa, lovingly maintained. Council should be urged to extend the consultation period to allow for informed submissions and oppose the demolition of this beauty which ought to be restored. A template is available two doors down allowing for an exceptional restoration. No objection is raised by me to subdivide the land and build a second house in a complementary style.

  3. Michael Shoory commented

    Please extend the consultation period so proper consideration can be given. Fully opposed the demolition. But as Gabby Richards says, no opposition to building a second dwelling after subdivision.

  4. Mark Matheson commented

    This congested building will definitely have an impact on the neighbourhood.

    It gives space for ten double beds (20 human beings!) but NO space for a single motor car.

    It will make a sad comparison to its twin at number 23 which (as Gabby Richards says) is a 'beautiful Victorian villa, lovingly maintained'.

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