82 Percival Road Stanmore NSW 2048

To demolish part of the premises and carry out ground floor alterations and additions to a dwelling house including the installation of a pool in the rear yard and to construct a 2 storey addition at the rear of the site containing a ground floor garage and first floor studio

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 3 months ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Inner West Council (Marrickville), reference DA201900252)

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  1. Michele commented

    One area to be more clearly explained is the "Juliet Balcony to Improve Laneway Surveillance". Development on top of the garages in this area do not usually have floor to ceiling windows overlooking the lane, and as far as I am aware, none have balconies overlooking the laneway.
    The purpose of the top floor studio is not clear - bedroom / storage /sitting room? The concern is that the studio could be used for commercial purposes causing motor vehicle access issues in both Percival Lane and Myrtle Lane.

  2. Petra Jones commented

    Can I suggest the installation of security cameras might be a better option than a Juliet balcony to improve laneway security. The purpose of this development needs to be documented, then a restriction put of the title to ensure it is not used for other purposes.The neighbours should be notified as to the purpose once known.

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