410 Forest Road, Bexley NSW 2207

Demolition of existing structures and construction of six (6) storey mixed use building including retail tenancies, 13 residential units, 43 boarding rooms and basement parking with vehicular access from Albyn Street

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 9 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Bayside Council (Rockdale), reference DA-2019/414)

4 Comments

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  1. Ann commented

    No, No, No, this is zoned 5 stories, DA is for 6, why why why yet another boarding house application, this is just plain wrong.Totally out of character with the street too. Seriosly enough is enough,

  2. Phillip Ngo commented

    Unacceptable. The surrounding streets and parking lots are full and this will make the problem even worse. And we haven’t even considered the full impact of the recent Harrow/Albyn st complex spillover.

    The council needs to revitalise the commercial mix in the village to stop it becoming a dense lodging for massage parlour enthusiasts and empty stores for lease.

  3. Smak commented

    What is the plan for Bexley ’CBD’, Councillors? The Slum of St George?

  4. Noah Faber commented

    I’ve had enough of these greedy developers trying to turn Bexley into a ghetto just so they can buy their kids the latest and greatest Ferrari. Forest road is already incredibly busy, the speed limit of 60 is 20km too much for such a dense area and yet there are going to be up to 100 more people coming in and out of this place every day??? This is a joke!

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