Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 61 Brook Street Coogee NSW 2034

  1. 18 Kurrawa Avenue Coogee NSW 2034
    13 days ago, 1 kilometre away

    Section 4.55(2) modification of the approved development to propose changes to fencing for approved front courtyards and proposed solution for waste bin storage area, including screen fencing. Original consent: Alterations and additions to existing residential flat building, including balconies and courtyards. Original consent - Alterations and additions to existing residential flat building including balconies and courtyards. NSW Planning Portal Ref: PAN-21722

  2. 77 Henrietta Street Waverley NSW 2024
    15 days ago, 1.7 kilometres away

    Remove one (1) Callistemon from the front yard and replace with one (1) native species. This tree has outgrown its location and is situated within 3 metres of the dwelling. The root system is lifting the path, causing damage to the front porch, pressing up against the foundation of the house and blocking the storm water pipes. The tree’s canopy covers 50% of the roof, to prune this tree would require a large amount to be removed, leaving it as a poor specimen.

  3. 2 Henry Street Queens Park NSW 2022
    20 days ago, 1.7 kilometres away

    Remove one (1) Monterey Cypress hedge from the rear property boundary. These trees are unsuitable & unsustainable in their location, there is insufficient space for them to flourish and mature in good health and vigour. As they continue to grow they will cause ongoing damage to the boundary enclosure, as they can reach 40 meters in height and 2.5 meters in trunk diameter, in perfect growing conditions. This species is regarded as an environmental weed in Victoria and Tasmania, and a potential environmental weed or "sleeper weed" in South Australia.

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