Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 36 Campbell Parade Bondi Beach NSW 2026

  1. 125 Boundary Street Clovelly NSW 2031
    about 1 month ago, 2 kilometres away

    S4.55(2) Modification of the approved development to modify to a minor extent the approved building envelope associated with consent and will cause minimal to negligible additional environmental impacts. Original consent: Demolition of structures and dwelling, construction of 3 level dwelling including basement level garage, guest room and storage, swimming pool to rear, landscaping and associated works. NSW Planning Portal Ref: PAN-27382.

  2. 20 Albion Street Waverley NSW 2024
    about 2 months ago, 2 kilometres away

    Prune one (1) Tallowwood on rear, southern boundary. In 2011 the removal of this tree was refused, over the past 9 years the tree has been pruned regularly and had deadwood removed. During this time it has also lost many branches, often falling on the roof and into the neighbour’s yard. It is still losing large limbs, buttress roots are forming, and the pavers are being lifted, causing a trip hazard. The trunk is pushing on the boundary wall causing it to crack. The canopy overhangs two neighbouring properties, to prune this tree away from both properties would require a significant amount to be removed, leaving the tree as a poor specimen. While the damage is minor, and it may be possible to repair the boundary wall, this would only temporarily fix the issue as the tree has the potential to reach massive proportions. As the tree grows, the canopy will spread further over the two neighbouring properties, the woody roots will continue to expand, further damaging and lifting the neighbouring wall. This tree presents an unacceptable level of risk of damage to both properties. The only practical and cost-effective way of abating the current damage and preventing further damage is to order the removal of the tree.

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