108 King Street, Mascot NSW 2020

Demolition of existing structures and construction of two (2) x 2 storey semi detached dwellings and subdivision into two (2) Torrens title lots

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 5 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Bayside Council (Rockdale), reference DA-2019/327)

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  1. Tess Michaels commented

    This original and historic home should not be demolished to make way for another ludicrous modern semi detached home.
    When is Bayside Council going to protect the older homes in Mascot and surrounding areas?
    The previous owners of this home used to take amazing care of the frontage and garden and since sold it has been let go.
    Why is Council approving these types of developments?
    To allow the demolition of this home is unbelievable. There is no character left in Mascot any longer because Bayside (and previously Botany) have approved homes (like this one) to be knocked down. Yet the Council continues to argue about developments being sympathetic to the local character of the area. How is demolishing this home in keeping with the character of the street?
    The torrens title semis adjacent to this property should never have been approved or built and has destroyed the historic character of King St. When they were built they were laughed at by locals and now there is going to be a similar build next door. It makes no sense.
    Another brick home (also from the same period) at the top the hill was also approved for demolition and the new build is disgraceful, with no consideration at all given to the streetscape.
    When is Council going to stop allowing this?
    There will be nothing left of our heritage or history soon enough.
    Bayside Council has the authority to make a real difference to our community and do nothing

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