Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 19 Normanby Road Caulfield North VIC 3161

  1. 30 Euston Street, Malvern VIC 3144
    1 day ago, 2 km away

    Increase height to front boundary to 1700mm on the left house, and 1890mm on the right house. We are unable to go any lower as the electrical meter is installed there. According to the regulations set by Energy Australia, the electrical meter has to be at least 900mm above the ground. Considering that the meter box itself is 700mm, the lowest we could go is 1600mm with an exposed top. As such, we have had an extra 100mm on top of it so that we are able to cover it up and not have an exposed top. Increase width to the crossover to 2910mm to allow an easier turning curve for vehicle entering and exiting the propertie.

  2. The Angel Tavern, 641-651 Dandenong Road, Malvern VIC 3144
    6 days ago, 1.3 km away

    The proposed amendment involves minor variations to the endorsed demolition plans, generally in accordance with existing conditions. The proposed changes comprise the following: - Demolition of the existing chimney on the double-storey brick building at 665 Dandenong Road, Malvern (shown as to be replaced like-for-like on the current endorsed plans). - Demolition and similar reconstruction of the roof to the Angel Tavern at 641-651 Dandenong Road, Malvern (shown as partially retained, between building façade and ridgeline on the current endorsed plans).

  3. 5 Virginia Court Caulfield South VIC 3162
    12 days ago, 2 km away

    Existing permit allows: Construction of two double storey attached dwellings Proposed amendments: 1. Building shifted forward to align with newly built house at No.3 Virginia Court. 2. SPOS revised 3. Areas Schedule revised 4. U1; - Added bedroom to first floor. - Ground & First floor layouts revised. 5. U2; - First floor east facing windows raised to 1.7m AFFL. Screens deleted. - Plunge pool deleted. - Rainwater tank changed to an above ground tank. - Skylight over WIR deleted. - Skylight added over staircase

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