45 Lawson Street, Sans Souci NSW 2219

Front of hairdresser on level 1 and a commercial kitchen in the basement of the development of a three storey building to use as a residential care facility consisting of 23 rooms for a maximum of 44 persons with a roof terrace and one level basement carpark for 12 vehicles

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 2 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Bayside Council (Rockdale), reference CC-2019/351)

3 Comments

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  1. Jennifer commented

    I am concerned about the already sparse and limited street parking and the insufficient number of car spots provided in the basement of the care facility to accommodate the residents and others (such as hairdressing clients) who may be visiting the facility. This should be taken into account as it will significantly impact the existing residents of Lawson Street.

  2. Francesco commented

    Seems strange that a hairdressing salon would be going into an aged care facility.
    Residents of Lawson Street already struggle with the limited street parking available and whilst we have come to terms with the aged care facility, a salon seems unnecessary and would further impact residents negatively in terms of activity in the street and parking.

  3. Steven commented

    I can't really see the need for the hairdresser as there is a number of perfectly good hairdressers close by within our local area for both men and women which includes a ladies one very close in nearby Fontainebleau.

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