Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of Unit 301 639 Little Bourke St, Melbourne 3000, VIC

  1. 285-287 Coventry Street, South Melbourne VIC 3205
    about 1 month ago, 1.9 kilometres away

    Construction of four (4) awnings and a fence, the display of business identification signage and additions and alterations to the building facade Amendment to allow the following: - allow the sale and consumption of liquor (Cafe and Restaurant Licence) in association with the existing use - endorse the associated proposed red line plan - amend condition 16 re- trading hours to allow the following trading hours: Internally Sunday - Wednesday 10.00am -11.00pm Thursday - Saturday 10.00am - 1.00am ANZAC Day and Good Friday - 12 noon to 11.00pm Externally ANZAC Day and Good Friday - 12 noon to 11.00pm On any other day 10.00am - 11.00pm

  2. 81-87 Moray Street, South Melbourne VIC 3205
    about 1 month ago, 1.6 kilometres away

    To develop and use the land for the purpose of buildings and works comprising the construction of a 7 storey building with basement car parking for use as offices (as-of-right), a food and drinks premises (café) and retail, a reduction in the Planning Scheme car parking requirements and a variation to the street wall height and overall height specified in the Design & Development Overlay (DDO8) Amendment to allow the following: - Amend permit to allow the use of land as a restricted recreation facility (gymnasium) and delete Food and Drink Premises Tenancy 2; - Amend Condition 22 to alter operating hours and allow gymnasium to operate between 6am and pm Monday to Sunday; - Amend Condition 23 to restrict the gymnasium to 30 patrons at any one time and delete reference to food and drink premises tenancy 2 - Amend Condition 27 to reference the gymnasium in Melbourne Water requirements; - Amend plans to delete Food and Drink Premsies 2, create 190sqm restricted recreation facility (gymnasium), decrease Moray Street retail space to 47sqm (from 150sqm) with no changes to Moray Street facade;

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