Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 25 Bowman Street Pyrmont NSW 2009

  1. 4120 Glebe Point Road Glebe NSW 2037
    3 days ago, 1.2 kilometres away

    PAN-49894 Installation of new digital advertising signage panels to new bus shelters to the west and south of the Sydney CBD along Pirrama Rd, Harris St, Miller St, City Rd, Murray St, Missenden Rd, Parramatta Rd, King St, Pyrmont Bridge Rd, Booth St, Broadway, The Crescent, Minogue Crescent and Glebe Point Rd. Please note application is for signage only as the bus shelter themselves are ‘exempt development’ and do not require development consent.

  2. 102-108 Hay Street Haymarket NSW 2000
    9 days ago, 1.9 kilometres away

    PAN-60040S4.55(2) - modification of consent to continue the trial hours of operation for the licensed ‘Covent Garden Hotel.’ The proposed hours are 12.00 midnight – 8.00am the following day, Mondays to Sundays inclusive. The hours 8.00am –12.00 midnight Mondays to Sundays inclusive are already approved on a permanent basis. The application also seeks consent to continue the trial hours of operation for the karaoke/live music area. The proposed hours are 11.00pm – 4.00am the following day, Mondays to Sundays inclusive. The hours 8.00am –11.00pm Mondays to Sundays inclusive are already approved on a permanent basis.

  3. 199 George Street The Rocks NSW 2000
    11 days ago, 1.9 kilometres away

    PAN-57255 -Section 4.55(2) to continue the trial trading hours of the Level 1 Cocktail Bar from 6.00am to 3.00am the following day, the Level 1 restaurant from 6.00am to 1.00am and the Level 2 function centre / meeting areas from 6.00am to 3.00 am for a further 5 years. The approved base hours are 6.00am to 1.00am for the Level 1 Cocktail Bar, 6.00am to 11.00pm for the Level 1 restaurant and 6.00am to 2.00am for the Level 2 function centre / meeting areas.

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