Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 149-151 Malabar Road South Coogee NSW 2034

  1. 9 Melody Street Coogee NSW 2034
    11 days ago, 1.9 kilometres away

    Section 4.55(1A) modification of the approved development to modify the privacy screens installed on all first floor northern and eastern windows be reversed, due to discussions with the owners of 7 Melody St. Original consent: Alterations and additions to the existing dwelling including a new first floor addition, the construction of a car port over an existing hard stand car park space to the front of the dwelling, landscaping, a new front fence and associated works.

  2. 242 Boyce Road Maroubra NSW 2035
    22 days ago, 1.3 kilometres away

    Section 4.55(1A) Amend condition 1 to reference construction plans issued dated 28/08/2020 due to minor design changes including stair direction between first floor balcony and ground floor BBQ reversed, new brick dwarf wall, western wall of BBQ now enclosed, sliding stacker doors in lieu of bi-fold doors, an opening added to western elevation of first floor balcony, privacy screens to bedroom 5 and 6 removed, privacy increased to 2.1m. Original Consent: Demolish existing structures on the site and construction of a new three storey dwelling house with inground swimming pool and front fence. NSW Planning Portal Ref. 31901

  3. 343 Rainbow Street South Coogee NSW 2034
    23 days ago, 370 metres away

    Section 4.55 (2) Modification of the approved development to incorporate an expanded basement level for four vehicles and a new mezzanine level with a gym room, sauna, wine cellar and storage space. The modifications also include small adjustments to ground and first floor wall alignments. Original consent: Demolition of existing structures, construction of new 4 level dwelling with lift, swimming pool, garage, upper level terrace, landscaping and associated works. NSW Planning Portal Ref: PAN-29917.

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