191 Pitt Street Redfern NSW 2016

Proposed alterations and additions to existing locally heritage listed building (former Somerset Hotel) and change of use to an 11 room boarding house. Proposed works include new upper level addition, rear upper and ground floor extension toward east and alterations and additions to the Phillip & Pitt Street elevations.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 7 years ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: City of Sydney, reference D/2012/782)

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  1. Fredrik U commented

    The owner / developer of 191 Pitt Street Redfern (the former Somerset Pub on he corner of Pitt Street and Phillip ) wants to build a 13 unit boardinghouse and estimate the cost to be $400 000!

    When did anyone build 13 units for 400K, let alone on a heritage listed site?

    The floor space ratio (if approved) will be 54% greater then what is allowed in the planning controls and 63% greater in regards to the height using South Sydney LEP.

    That is building 9.75 meters high where a 6 meter restriction is in the planning control.

    That is is 167 M2 extra on a 309 M2 site.

    That is 24 occupants on a 309 m2 site.

    Privacy and peacefulness for all us neighbours all gone.

    This is the second Development application in the same amount of years.

    Please have a look at the plans here and raise your voice to stop this overdevelopment;

    http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/Development/DAsOnExhibition/details.asp?tpk=1057606

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