48 Lakeside Road Eastwood NSW 2122

Development Application - Demolition of existing outbuildings and alterations and additions to an existing dwelling house and construction of a garage and carport.

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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: Parramatta City Council, reference DA/329/2020)


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  1. Concerned long time local area resident. commented

    What a shame that a significant home in original architectural condition has a proposal for a modern extension and garage with no matching roof lines in terms of pitch and type, no gables, and that roof materials (colorbond metal sheeting) and brick colour (Old colonial red) will not match the existing. The brick colour can be easily matched here: https://australbricks.com.au/nsw/product/bowral-dry-pressed/ (e.g. Shorthorn mix a good match)

    Given this is a corner block, the differences in architecture and building materials will be visible and very obvious.

    When is council going to insist that we embrace and respect our history in out local area?

    I object to this application based upon the above reasons given the heritage significance of the property and those in the surrounding area.

  2. local resident commented

    I agree that the heritage of the area is being lost - it is important to try to retain what we can, and in this case, there are certainly changes that should be made.

  3. M.McCartney commented

    I also agree the heritage of this home within the Heritage Conservation Area needs to be maintained.

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