Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 93 Erskineville Road Erskineville NSW 2043

  1. 77-93 Portman Street Zetland NSW 2017
    about 1 year ago, 2 km away

    RE-NOTIFICATION with amended plans: proposal for excavation, remediation, construction of shared 3 level basement car park with 275 car spaces, 3 mixed use residential flat buildings with ground floor retail (Buildings A, B and C), 7 x 4 storey terraces to Portman Street (Building D), and landscaping and public domain works at Site 15 in the Green Square Town Centre. Building A is 23 storeys containing 152 apartments. Building B is 12 storeys containing 119 apartments. Building C is 12 storeys containing 45 apartments. The application is Integrated Development requiring the approval of Water NSW under the Water Management Act 2000.

  2. 221 King Street Newtown NSW 2042
    12 days ago, 630 m away

    S.4.55 application to alter the existing consent for alterations and additions to an existing hotel known as the Coopers Arms. The application involves amending conditions 2, 8(a) and 9(j) as follows:Amend condition 2 of the consent to increase the approved hours of operation for the premises. Current approved hours of operation are between 7.00am and 12.00 midnight, Mondays to Fridays inclusive, between 9.00am to 12.00 midnight, Saturdays and between 10.00am and 10.00pm Sundays.Proposed hours of operation are between 8.00am and 4.00am, Mondays to Saturdays inclusive and between 8.00am and 12.00 midnight on Sundays.Amend condition 8(a) to require a minimum of 2 security guards to be employed from the hours of 9.00pm rather than 6.00pm, daily. Amend the wording of condition 9(j). Existing wording for condition 9(j) is that: The ground floor courtyard shall only be used as a smoking area, with no drinking usage permitted. The maximum number of patrons permitted in this space at any one time is 10. Proposed wording for condition 9(j) is that: The maximum number of patrons permitted in the ground floor courtyard at any one time is 10.

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