172 Sherbrook Road Asquith NSW 2077

Demolition of existing structures & construction of townhouse development comprising 42 terraces

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 3 months ago. It was received by them 13 days earlier.

(Source: Hornsby Shire Council, reference DA/365/2020)

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  1. Liz Paul commented

    I would like to request an extension on the deadline for local residents to comment on to this new DA for 172-174B Sherbrook for the CONSTRUCTION OF TOWNHOUSE DEVELOPMENT COMPRISING 42 TERRACES, which is currently set to 2nd July 2020.

    As an objector to the original DA 1338/2016 [DEMOLITION OF EXISTING STRUCTURES AND CONSTRUCTION OF 3 BUILDINGS COMPRISED OF A TOTAL OF 10 TOWNHOUSES AND 46 MULTI-DWELLING HOUSING WITH BASEMENT CAR PARKING] I received notice in a letter dated 3 June from Council advising me that the Developer had submitted amended plans and would be challenging Council's refusal of planning permission in the Land & Environment Court. This letter states the closing date for objections to the amended plans for DA/1338/2016 as 25th June 2020. However, this letter made no mention of the new DA/365/2020 for the same site.

    I am not sure how Council now seeks to actively notify local residents of Development Applications in their suburb which would directly affect them - this information used to be in The Hornsby Advocate, but this is no longer freely circulated on a regular basis in the local community. I only found out about the new DA/365/2020 when typing in the Street Address of the site to the DA Tracker on the HSC Website to see the updated plans for DA 1338/2016!

    As a local resident who has already engaged with council regarding proposed developments on this parcel of land, and taking in to account the seemingly limited public notification to local residents of the new DA/365/2020, please can you extend the notice period on this DA by a minimum of a 10 working days?

    Thank you in advance for your consideration.

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