137 A Princes Highway, Wolli Creek NSW 2205

Integrated Development - Demolition of existing structures and construction of a nine(9) storey mixed use development comprising lower ground floor and ground floor commercial units; 134 residential apartments and two(2) levels of basement parking

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 7 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Bayside Council (Rockdale), reference DA-2020/196)


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  1. Suzanne E commented

    Seriously, how many more high rises does this area need? If there are 8 levels of apartments there is clearly not enough parking with only 2 levels. Why do councils think that no one owns cars anymore? High-rises like these just end up causing parking chaos around them and causes streets to become narrower with all the street parking used. You just need to go a bit further down the road to around the Wolli Creek Woolworths to see how the excessive amount of high rises is causing an increase in street parking and traffic. There is also not enough infrastructure around this area to support the additional people living here.

  2. Maggie commented

    I feel that the apartment block, walking distance from Turella train station will help boost the restaurants and cafes down past the round about giving them a lot more traffic and boost their lively hoods. Especially during these times.

    The car parks should be designed so to account for all the residents, though. If that is the case I think it is fine.

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