Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 40 Brodie Street Rydalmere NSW 2116

  1. 40 Greens Avenue Oatlands NSW 2117
    about 1 month ago, 1.7 km away

    Building Certificate - Unauthorised and incomplete works comprising basement slab only, associated with the approved Development Consent DA/563/2018. This BIC excludes the following: all external earthworks, retaining walls, stormwater drainage infrastructure, as-built rear alfresco and any other building elements constructed not in accordance with the Development Consent and that fails to comply with the Building Code of Australia.

  2. 88 James Ruse Drive Rosehill NSW 2142
    about 2 months ago, 1.3 km away

    Development Application - 113-117/88 James Ruse Drive, ROSEHILLL NSW 2142 - Section 4.55(1A) modification of DA/24/2014 for alterations to an existing development comprising of conversion of retail and commercial units to residential units. This also results in the conversion of the development from a mixed use development to a residential flat building. The conversion will increase the number of residential units by 5 units. The modification is for internal reconfiguration of units 1.01, 1.02, 1.14, 1.26 and 2.28.

  3. 128A Alfred Street Harris Park NSW 2150
    about 2 months ago, 1.2 km away

    Development Application - 128A Alfred Street and 40-46 Alice Street, HARRIS PARK NSW 2150 - Section 4.56 modification to the approved Land and Environmental Court consent under DA/925/2016 for demolition of the existing building and the construction of a three & four-storey aged care centre comprising 90 residential care places and basement parking for 39 vehicles with associated facilities. The proposed modifications include amendment to the car parking layout, increased commercial kitchen & utility rooms on the ground floor, internal layout & fenestration changes on all levels, relocation of substation and reduction of the number of residential care places to 80.

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