7 Havilah Road Lindfield NSW 2070

Modification to Land and Environment Court Approval 365057 of 2018 (DA0163/18) proposing various internal and external changes

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 2 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Ku-ring-gai Council, reference MOD0131/21)

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  1. John commented

    Note amendment to DA 0163/18 to transfer the A/C plant from basement to the roof. This appears to be a common tactic of many multiple development DA’s. The original DA has basement or A/C units within the lots. The Developer maximises the height then applies for an amendment to place the A/C units on the roof with no adjustment to height exceeding height limits and providing additional building floor space. Also aesthetically and potentially intrusive to surrounding residents. Council should not reward the applicant by allowing these amendments.

  2. John commented

    Note amendment to DA 0163/18 to transfer the A/C plant from basement to the roof. This appears to be a common tactic of many multiple development DA’s. The original DA has basement or A/C units within the lots. The Developer maximises the height then applies for an amendment to place the A/C units on the roof with no adjustment to height exceeding height limits and providing additional building floor space. Also aesthetically and potentially intrusive to surrounding residents. Council should not reward the applicant by allowing these amendments.

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