Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 30 Simpson Street Dundas Valley NSW 2117

  1. 40 Greens Avenue Oatlands NSW 2117
    10 days ago, 1.5 km away

    Development Application - Section 4.55(1A) modification to DA/563/2018 for demolition works, tree removal and construction of a two storey dwelling with inground swimming pool and front fence. The modification is for slight changes to external windows and doors, extension to the rear alfresco including both the basement level and ground floor level with appropriate privacy measures taken into consideration, change in pool size and shape, and amendments to the rear roof form reducing the pitch.

  2. 1 Thallon Street Carlingford NSW 2118
    10 days ago, 1.5 km away

    Development Application - Section 4.55 (1A) modifications to DA/495/2017 for Deletion of the approved 4-storey residential building 'B' containing 16 units and construction of three (3) additional levels to the top of the approved mixed-use building 'A' under The Hills Shire Council consent DA/943/2010/JP, resulting in a 21-storey mixed-use building, an increase in residential apartments from 183 to 191 units, a reduction in car parking from 304 to 302 spaces, associated landscape and engineering changes and amending the voluntary planning agreement (VPA) endorsed under Section 93F of the EP&AA 1979. The modification is amending Conditions 7 and 8 which relate to contamination assessment of the ground.

  3. 50 Fitzgerald Road Ermington NSW 2115
    12 days ago, 1.9 km away

    Development Application - Section 4.55(1) modification to DA/104/2018 for Stage 1: Subdivision of the existing site into two allotments (proposed Lots 2 and 3); Stage 2: Construction of an attached 2 storey dual occupancy on proposed Lot 2, and associated Torrens title subdivision of proposed Lot 2 into proposed Lots 1 and 2. The proposed modifications include amending the pipe connecting pit 5 to the Council pit to 225mm diameter; and amending the IL of Pit 4 to 55.10m.

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