3 De Burgh Street, Lyneham, ACT

RECONSIDERATION-201935687-Blocks 19, 20 & 21 Section 48 LYNEHAM-PROPOSAL FOR A MULTI UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND LEASE VARIATION comprising demolition of all existing buildings, removal of a regulated tree and the construction of 11 new three story townhouses with associated garages, landscaping and other site works. Lease variation to consolidate Blocks 19, 20 & 21 and to vary the lease to allow a maximum of 11 dwellings.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 1 year ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 201935687)


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  1. Iolanthe Mae commented

    Please don't demolish these buildings. We do not need more unaffordable townhouses.

  2. Penny commented

    The existing houses are far less affordable than the townhouses will be. Even as "fixer uppers" they are well outside the price range of people on median Canberra incomes, or even two professional incomes. But assessing the affordability of the proposed townhouses might be worthwhile. If they're just going to be replaced with multi-million dollar units that's probably not helpful (there are already several of those in the inner north that are struggling to sell because they've been over-fitted out and over-priced). But as moderately priced units for young couples or families, that could be good.

  3. Penny commented

    Let's just make sure there is sufficient parking provided during as well as after construction. We don't want Lyneham to end up like Dickson where you can't get your car in or out safely because of all the cars parked on the street.

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