Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 2A Cyril Street, Elwood VIC 3184

  1. 22 Dickens Street, Elwood VIC 3184
    1 day ago, 880 m away

    Buildings and works including part demolition and construction of a three storey extension to the rear of the existing dwelling and reduction in car parking requirements Amended to allow the following: - The reduction from 6 one bedroom and studio apartments to three larger apartments within the existing approved building envelope. On the three apartments, one is a 3 bedroom apartment and the remaining two are 2 bedroom apartments. - As a result the requirement for car stackers is no longer necessary and has been replaced with 3 at grade car parks. We seek a dispensation for 1 car space.

  2. 84 Regent Street Elsternwick VIC 3185
    7 days ago, 1.1 km away

    Existing permit allows: Buildings and works including extension of rear deck and construction of storage shed on land affected by a heritage overlay and lot less than 300m2 Proposed amendments: Build a shed (storage). This will also act as sound wall mitigating extreme noise from the school behind the fence. The noise is all day and ever increasing. Including offensive language. The school has recently installed windows that have visual access into our living space. The height of the shed is designed to recover our privacy.

  3. 217 Glen Eira Road St Kilda East VIC 3183
    14 days ago, 1.1 km away

    Permit allows: Buildings and works for the construction of a two storey building at the Glen Eira Road frontage of the site, a two storey addition to the existing sports centre, the construction of a flag tower on land affected by the Special Building Overlay and associated car parking Proposed amendments: Application to amend condition 3 so that the swimming pool and function centre can be used by persons not enrolled at Caulfield Grammar, allow for the construction and use of land for associated car parking and amend the address of the land to which the permit applies to include the associated car parking areas

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