41 Asquith Avenue Rosebery NSW 2018

PAN-53251 - Demolition and construction of dual occupancy including swimming pool, and subdivision.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 14 days ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: City of Sydney, reference D/2021/38)


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  1. Rob Fowler commented

    Under the covenant attached to this property, subdivision and multi story frontage is not allowed.

    The land title of this property clearly includes a reference to the covenant and the purchaser would have been aware of this.

    Therefore, this is a non-complying development and should not be approved.

  2. Kristl Mauropoulos commented

    Given this development proposal contravenes the Covenant of this suburb and is a non-complying development (subdivision and multi-story from front), it should not be approved.

  3. F Mitchell commented

    This is a non-complying development and should not be approved as the proposed development contravenes the covenant of the Rosebery suburb.

  4. Val martin commented

    There appears to be a number of issues here . Firstly there is the current covenant that applies rosebery so it would contravene this. Also it looks as though it will be three stories , something which again isn't in keeping with the current houses in rosebery . There are some discussions on going with city of Sydney and the planning department about clarification on what's going to be permitted. I believe that this should be finalised before something like this application is approved. We need a balance in maintaining the character of the suburb and permitting some development .

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