Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 37 Woodvale Avenue North Epping NSW 2121

  1. 27 - 33 Pembroke Street Epping NSW 2121
    18 days ago, 1 kilometre away

    Development Application - Section 4.55(1A) modification of DA/754/2017 for demolition of three buildings on site; removal of 9 trees, removal of one portable building; construction of a three storey building comprising an educational establishment with a library, learning rooms and amenities, alterations and change of use of rooms within existing building A. The modifications include alterations to the approved retaining walls and the construction of new retaining walls to accommodate level changes throughout the site.

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    2 Epping Road Epping NSW 2121
    26 days ago, 1.6 kilometres away

    Development Application - 2-16 Epping Road and 2-4 Forest Grove, EPPING NSW 2121 - Demolition of all structures, site preparation works, excavation and tree removal; construction of 5 x 5-8 storey residential flat buildings comprising 321 apartments; construction of 2 x 2-3 level basement car parks comprising 266 car parking spaces, storage and plant rooms; construction of an internal road; a public pedestrian through site link; associated landscaping works; and delivery/augmentation of services. The application is Integrated Development under s138 of the Roads Act 1993. The application is to be determined by the Sydney Central City Planning Panel.

  3. 19 Forest Grove Epping NSW 2121
    5 days ago, 1.6 kilometres away

    Development Application - 19-21 Forest Grove EPPING NSW 2121 - Section 4.55 (1A) modification Application to DA/55/2019 for the demolition of existing dwellings, tree removal and construction of a five storey Residential Flat Building with 2 levels of basement car parking. The application is identified as Integrated Development under the provisions of the Water Management Act 2000. The modification sought is to remove the required easement under deferred commencement condition (a), and replace with a land dedication at subdivision certificate stage.

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