Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 49 Roberts Street Camperdown NSW 2050

  1. 163-173 McEvoy Street Alexandria NSW 2015
    2 days ago, 1.9 km away

    Detailed design proposal for the demolition of existing structures, remediation, excavation and construction of an 8 storey mixed use building containing residential apartments and 3 x commercial tenancies (and signage) to McEvoy Street, a 4 storey residential flat building to Lawrence Street and 2 basement levels with vehicular access from Lawrence Street. The application proposes 164 residential apartments in total, 163 car spaces. Commercial tenancy 1 is to operate between 7.00am and 10.00pm, 7 days per week and Commercial tenancies 2 and 3 are to operate 8.00am to 6.00pm, 7 days per week. The proposal is Integrated Development under the Water Management Act 2000, requiring approval from Water NSW.

  2. 163-173 McEvoy Street Alexandria NSW 2015
    2 days ago, 1.9 km away

    Section 4.56 modification of the Land and Environment Court approved Concept building envelopes. The application proposes changes to massing and height of Buildings A (McEvoy Street) and B (Lawrence Street). Building A proposes an increase in height to RL34.200; and the height of the parapet of Building B is to be reduced to RL23; Condition 5(k, l and o) to be deleted in order to allow provision of habitable areas within articulation zones and below ground; and changes to provision of deep soil.

  3. 170 View Street Annandale NSW 2038
    3 days ago, 1.9 km away

    PCA inspection report is attached under atteahment 1 on this Building Information Certificate (BICA). THe response contaning proposed solutions to the raised NC's is presented in attachment 2 on the BICA and further illustrated in attachments 3 to 9 attached to the response to PCA inspection. The unfinished work is listed under item 1, 2 and 9 of the response. Two NC's requesting clarification are listed under items 7 & 8. The NC's suggested to be left as is and the reasons why are listed under items 3,4,5,6.

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