Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 2 Goodwood Street, Bardia NSW 2565

  1. 207-229 Young Street Waterloo NSW 2017
    6 days ago, 1.7 km away

    Concept (stage 1) Development Application (DA) for building concept envelopes up to 31.4m in height for four mixed-use and one residential apartment building comprising approximately 469 apartments in total, staged subdivision, public benefits including land dedication for a new road, pedestrian link, a park and a first stage of works including demolition, remediation, construction of the new road and pedestrian link. This is an Integrated DA requiring approval from RMS under the Roads Act 1993 and from Water NSW under the Water Management Act 2000.

  2. 888 Bourke Street Zetland NSW 2017
    12 days ago, 1.6 km away

    Detailed development application for two 7 storey buildings containing 89 serviced apartments and 1 retail space in Building A and 92 residential apartments in Building B with associated basement parking. The application also includes construction and dedication of a new road, footpath widening and site remediation and associated public domain works. The application is integrated development requiring the approval of Water NSW under the Water Management Act 2000 and the Roads and Maritime Service under the Roads Act 1993.

  3. 87-103 Epsom Road Rosebery NSW 2018
    27 days ago, 1.4 km away

    Concept development application to create building envelopes for a mixed use development comprising of five buildings, with commercial and residential uses, a public park, roads and associated infrastructure. The development application also seeks consent for works including demolition of existing buildings, installation of stormwater management infrastructure and construction of new public roads. The development application is Integrated Development requiring the approval of Water NSW under the Water Management Act 2000.

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