Flat 8 62 Hawthorn Road Caulfield North VIC 3161

Existing permit allows: Construct a three (3) storey building comprising eight (8) dwellings with associated car parking Proposed amendments: The proposed changes are as follows and only apply to unit 8. For clarity, they have been clouded on the attached plans. The balcony of unit 8 is being decreased from 21m2 to 20m2 in area. The north facing doors from the new bedroom/study onto the balcony are changing from outward swinging doors to glazed sliders. The external windows from the balcony to the west are changing from bifold (in a full height wall) to a glazed balustrade with the roof over this balcony being cut back to provide more natural sunlight. In addition, the screening to the balcony has been removed as there are no longer any overlooking opportunities given the redevelopment of the site to the rear has all windows facing the site screened. We note at the time of the original approval, the development to the west had not been approved and screening was originally provided to prevent overlooking of the former dwelling on the site. The northern balustrade to the balcony has changed from louvres to glazing to provide for better amenity. The inclusion of new a/c condenser units which were not previously shown on the endorsed plans on the roof below the southern wall of the study. The west facing window of the study has been removed.

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(Source: City of Glen Eira, reference GE/PP-17067/2004/C)

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