Northbourne Avenue, Dickson, ACT

PROPOSAL FOR MULTI UNIT DEVELOPMENT - demolition of the existing dwelling and construction of 2 new 9 storey buildings comprising a total of 166 units, 3 level basement carparking underneath, common use facilities, terraces, driveway, civil works, landscaping and associated works.

External link Read more information

We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 15 days ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 202139368)

2 Comments

Have your say by adding your own comment.

  1. Penny Sullivan commented

    I'm all for more higher density dwellings along the light rail corridor, but nine stories seems pretty high for this area. I'm concerned this isn't really consistent with the inner north development plan. I'm worried about shading and wind tunnel effects along Northbourne and surrounding areas.

  2. Rich Dean commented

    Does 9 stories fit within the framework for height AMSL? I believe Increased heights which breach the planning framework can only be approved by call in powers?
    All other buildings along Northbourne in this precinct excepting Axis (which was built in contradiction to the Planning legislation of the time) are 5-7 stories.
    The 'height creep' for buildings which sit above the framework height guidelines along Northbourne should only be considered at nodal points along the corridor, not at developer discretion.

  1. Have you made a donation or gift to a Councillor or Council employee? You may need to disclose this.

  2. Please use your real full name if possible.

  1. We never display your street address. Why do you need my address?

This week

Find PlanningAlerts useful?

This independent project is run by a local charity, the OpenAustralia Foundation. PlanningAlerts is powered by small, tax-deductible donations from the people who use it to stay informed about changes to their local area. If you find it useful, chip in to support PlanningAlerts.

Back PlanningAlerts