150-152 Glenayr Avenue Bondi Beach NSW 2026

Demolition of existing building, removal of existing trees on site and construction of a 4 storey shop-top housing development containing 1 retail space on ground floor with 10 residential units above and car parking accessible from Glenayr Avenue - PAN-43893

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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 1 day earlier.

(Source: Waverley Council, reference DA-354/2020)

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  1. Nicolette Boaz commented

    Every time the Planning committee allow a 2 story building to become a 4 story building and 2 units to become 10 - you are condemning Bondi to be overcrowded. Especially if it eats into the open space surrounding the building. There is no more space. There are no more buses. There is already too much traffic. You must take infrastructure into consideration before allowing this developer greed to run rampant. You have that responsibility.

  2. Nicolette Boaz commented

    Every time the Planning committee allow a 2 story building to become a 4 story building and 2 units to become 10 - you are condemning Bondi to be overcrowded. Especially if it eats into the open space surrounding the building. There is no more space. There are no more buses. There is already too much traffic. You must take infrastructure into consideration before allowing this developer greed to run rampant. You have that responsibility.

  3. Mozelle Friedman commented

    There is far too much over-devopment going on in Bondi. When is all this madness going to stop?!!!!

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