Applications nearby

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

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    18 Irving Street Parramatta NSW 2150
    9 days ago, 750 metres away

    Development Application - 18-20 Irving Street, PARRAMATTA NSW 2150 - Section 4.55(1A) modification to DA/843/2018 for demolition, tree removal, lot consolidation and construction of a four (4) storey residential flat building under the provisions of State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009 (ARHSEPP) comprising 22 units with basement parking. The proposal is Integrated Development under the Water Management Act 2000. The modification relates to changing the housing tenure from 100% affordable housing dwellings to a mixed housing tenure of 45% affordable housing and 55% market housing.

  2. 5 Burbang Crescent Rydalmere NSW 2116
    12 days ago, 1.4 kilometres away

    Development Application - 5-7 Burbang Crescent, RYDALMERE NSW 2116 - Section 4.56 (AA) modification of DA/671/2015 for demolition, tree removal, site preparation and construction of a 3 storey Residential Flat Building containing 20 residential units over a basement car park containing 20 spaces, storage and bin areas under the Affordable Rental Housing SEPP 2009 with concurrent Strata subdivision. Modifications include amended external finishes, revised unit and basement layouts, increased building height and amended allocation of affordable housing units.

  3. 189 Macquarie Street Parramatta NSW 2150
    18 days ago, 1.7 kilometres away

    Development Application - Construction of two towers above an existing 7 storey podium providing for a total of 54 storeys to tower A and 45 storeys to tower B. The development provides a total of 708 residential units and the use of 5 basement levels for carparking. The application also involves minor modifications to the existing podium to accommodate an additional lift. The application will be determined by the Sydney Central City Planning Panel.

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