Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 3 Napper Street South Coogee NSW 2034

  1. 22 Melody Street Coogee NSW 2034
    1 day ago, 1.9 kilometres away

    Section 4.55 (2) modification to the approved development by reduction of driveway crossover width as per swept path analysis including retention of mature street tree and compliant on street parking space; enlarge hardstand area to facilitate manoeuvring; remove front wall/fence to hardstand at property front boundary. Original consent: alterations and additions to one part of semi detached dwelling seeking demolition of front boundary fence, hardstand car parking area, gate and landscaping. NSW Planning Portal Ref: PAN-77727.

  2. 121 Haig Street Maroubra NSW 2035
    12 days ago, 1.6 kilometres away

    Section 4.55 (2) modification to the approved development by modification to size of approved swimming pool. Original consent: demolition of existing structures on site and construction of a new two storey attached dual occupancy development, rear cabanas, front fencing, associated site works at 121 Haig Street and new two storey dwelling house including rear swimming pool, front fencing and associated landscape works at 123 Haig Street along with associated boundary adjustment between the two properties.

  3. 10 Palmer Street South Coogee NSW 2034
    21 days ago, 370 metres away

    Section 4.55 (2) Modification to approved development the deletion of Conditions 2 (a), (b), (c) and (f) which relate to design amendments imposed as conditions of consent to the approved dwellings and modification of Condition 1 for amended kitchen layouts. Original consent: Demolition of existing dwelling and structures, and construction of a 2 storey attached dual occupancy with swimming pools at the rear, landscaping and associated works (variation to floor space ratio of the RLEP 2012).

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