52-56 Perry Drive, 136 Streeton Drive, Chapman, ACT

AMENDMENT TO APPROVED DA202139327 - S197E. Amendment to the development application for demolition of the existing church building and associated structures, construction of a two-storey childcare centre, large outdoor play areas and associated facilities, new driveway verge crossing, carparking, landscaping including tree removal and replacement, lighting, internal pathways, fencing and associated site works. Lease Variation to amend purpose clause to include childcare and addition of 75sqm to childcare gross floor area. - The amendment is to move the building to the east, increase in GFA, addition of an access cavity, amendments to the internal floor plan, increase in external service courtyard, changes to external materials, glazing and skylight, relocation of the waste room and water meter, landscape gate added to eastern fence, addition of photovoltaic cells, level 1 floor and roof line raised, and associated works.

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(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 202139327)

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  1. Kevin Gow commented

    I would like to register mu objection with regard to proposed development that the allowance for parking spaces are inadequate. This will impact on parking at the adjacent shopping centre and local primary schools. I am please for the redevelopment of this site but believe that it requires a minimum of 35 parking spaces and not the proposed 16 only.

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