Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 370 Abercrombie Street Darlington NSW 2008

  1. 737-739 George Street Haymarket NSW 2000
    about 1 month ago, 1.7 km away

    New licensed food and drink premises (restaurant and small bar) with a capacity of 85 patrons, including associated fitout works, demolition of mezzanine level, external alterations and signage. The proposed hours of operation are 5.30am – 3.00am the following day, Mondays to Sundays inclusive. The application includes the use of the public footway on George Street for outdoor seating (15.32 square metres of area used). The proposed hours for the outdoor seating area are 7.00am – 1.00am the following day Mondays to Sundays inclusive.

  2. 672 King Street Erskineville NSW 2043
    about 1 month ago, 1.8 km away

    S4.55(2) modification of the existing consent for alterations and additions to an existing building including the addition of 2 new levels containing a total of 3 dwellings. Proposed modifications involve amending Condition 1 of the consent to refer to amended drawings. Modifications to the existing consent include:- ground floor: reconfiguration of the parking area, installation of secure storage cages residential uses, new sanitary facilities and refurbishment of the building entry lobby; - third floor: construct 4 x smaller apartments in place of the currently approved (but not constructed) 2 x larger apartments. The third floor will reduce by 61.9m², from 474.2m² to 412.3m². - fourth floor: construct 2 x apartments in place of the previously approved (but not constructed) single large penthouse. The habitable floor area will be reduced by 35.25m² to 252m². - increase the approved height of the building by 750mm to comply with current residential apartment controls relating to floor to ceiling heights.

  3. 211 Abercrombie Street Darlington NSW 2008
    about 1 month ago, 570 m away

    Section 4.55(2) application to modify an existing consent for alterations and additions to a terrace house. Proposed modifications include extending the ground floor of the dwelling by 900mm at the north-western corner, extending an approved stair case within the rear yard towards the rear boundary, increasing the depth of an approved first floor balcony by 150mm (from 750mm to 900mm), changing the cladding of the approved first floor balcony from horizontal to vertical and removing an approved skylight for an upper level bedroom.

  4. 163-173 McEvoy Street Alexandria NSW 2015
    about 1 month ago, 1.2 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.

  5. 163-173 McEvoy Street Alexandria NSW 2015
    about 1 month ago, 1.2 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.

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