12 Juliett Street Enmore NSW 2042

For alterations and additions to the existing dwelling including first floor

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 2 months ago. It was received by them 4 days earlier.

(Source: Inner West Council (Marrickville), reference DA201900322)

6 Comments

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  1. Roger commented

    Lodged on 2/10 but as per usual, no documentation available.
    Is there anyone actually working at Marrickville these days? All other IW councils seem to be able to manage the software. Unbelievable.

  2. JoeO commented

    Yeah. Real handy isn't it? Did you get that message from them that "It'll be available when its available"?

  3. Roger commented

    Not yet. No DA displayed outside property either. You’d have to wonder if there is much point to the process. Do you think they might need some software training? Probably too busy updating their twitter feed.

  4. Joe O commented

    I've noted it to the mayor and a couple of councillors, Roger. If the amalgamation was supposed to improve efficiencies, I'm not seeing it.
    1) it used to be that the lodgement and documents happened on or about the same day
    2) other parts of the same council can manage it, so they are using different systems, so there is no real amalgamation if they are all operating independently and not as a cohesive service
    3) we were sold a bill of lies for an amalgamation we didn't want and had foisted on us.
    I suggest we question each and every DA with no documents so they will actually do something about it.

  5. Colin Sutton commented

    The documents for 12 Juliett are there now

  6. Roger commented

    Thanks Colin.
    Still no DA notice displayed on property.
    Or have I missed a regulation change?

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