18 Hollis Ave Denistone East NSW 2112

Section 4.55(1A) to delete condition 50: Disused gutter crossing, requesting to keep the old existing driveway.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 2 months ago. It was received by them 5 days earlier.

(Source: City of Ryde, reference MOD2021/0036)

4 Comments

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  1. MMK commented

    This development should never have been approved. It was done through a private certifier. The large upstairs balcony looks into the backyards of the three houses behind it. We are one of them and we were never sent plans before it was built. The only notification we received was that the existing house was going to be demolished. Nothing about what was going to be built in its place.

  2. Elizabeth Latimer commented

    Loss of privacy in adjoining properties is a serious concern as it impacts on the enjoyment of amenity provided by one's home.

    The balcony should be revisited and Ryde Council should order screening so that overlooking minimised.

  3. Michelle Leung commented

    Houses built with these private certifiers would elevate the house foundation for up to 1.5 meter so it can get the perfect view. (Pls see Orange Street). Residents not only lost their privacy but the sunlight as well. They also elevated the garden bed & timber foundation before putting colourbond fences on, so it will secretly exceed the 1.8 m rule. It became 2.1 to 2.4 m fences. The harmonious neighbourhood & appearance of the street were completely broke down with this type of development.

  4. SM commented

    The 1.8m fencing rule is NEVER strictly enforced around Sydney. One wonders what rules are for then. Cowboy builders take full advantage of the slack.

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