65 Mulgoa Road, Penrith NSW 2750

Section 4.55(1A) Modification to Location of Rainwater Garden - Demolition of Existing Heritage Listed Dwelling & Construction of Two (2) x Four (4) Storey Residential Flat Buildings & One (1) x Part Five (5) Storey & Part Seven (7) Storey Residential Flat Building containing 152 Apartments, Basement Car Parking & Associated Site Works

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 1 month ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Penrith City Council, reference DA17/0766.05)


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  1. Ingelle Moore commented

    How can an existing heritage order building be demolished?Whose permission was sought to grant this?Why weren't the Penrith community consulted about this?
    I would advise all concerned people to email/write to or phone Penrith Council about this.Be persistent if fobbed off.Even try to get the media involved.Developers have too much power in our communities.They are a non elected entity taking over community decision making.

  2. Suzanne commented

    Please do NOT reduce this HERITAGE LISTED property to dust.We DO NOT need any more high rises in Penrith. All these units will turn the area into a giant slum.
    Stop depriving the community of space & natural beauty by allowing greed to take over.

  3. Darren Sheens commented

    It's too late people! This was done last year, the Units are already under construction.
    check on Google Maps, this house is GONE, Nothing but a pile of Rubble in a recent Satellite image 2020. The Street view shows scaffolding and concrete pillars.

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