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10 Sir Thomas Mitchell Road Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Demolition of existing dwellings and construction of a new three storey residential flat building with integrated parking and strata subdivision

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 12 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Waverley Council, reference DA-190/2020)

5 Comments

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  1. Amanda Hendriks commented

    No No No ,
    These are original early 20 century charming semis full of character , why allow the demolition of the fabric that makes Bondi unique and different ‘’demolition of existing dwellings and construction of NEW 3 STOREY RESIDENTIAL FLAT BUILDING WITH INTEGRATED PARKING AND SUBDIVISION , bland and ugly . Residents have to object strongly and say no to the uglification of Bondi by greedy developers who do not live in the local area.

  2. Nicholas Pellow commented

    I’d love to know where all the developers who propose such disgusting designs and proposals hang out? Is it in their local 7/11, at public toilet blocks or under bridges that they get inspiration from?

    What is it they think they are adding to the cultural, aesthetic and community fabric to a place as unique as Bondi is?

    When they are finally at peace, and at the end of their lives, what will they look back on and really be proud of? Cementing in a beach, or is there something more worthwhile they may be able to do instead?

  3. John Batts commented

    A crucial question posed, Amanda.

  4. Mitchell Mitchell commented

    Stop destroying the cultural heritage of Bondi the council should do more to protect our suburb from becoming another soulless suburb with its creativity and uniqueness squashed out by big development companies.

  5. Wendy Lui commented

    I strongly oppose this proposal. Right now yet another new residential and commercial development is being completed opposite this address, and it’s intrusive and symbolic enough.
    In real time we have the opportunity to make important decisions about what we want in our community - it’s values, it’s priorities, it’s future - and this is not it.

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