5, 7 Roe Street, Griffith, ACT

AMENDMENT TO DA202240431 - S144C (PROPOSAL FOR SUPPORTIVE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AND LEASE VARIATION). Amendment to development application for (demolition of the existing dwellings and construction of 4 new adaptable single storey dwellings with attached garages, new driveways, landscaping, tree removal and associated works. Lease variation; to consolidate blocks 21 and 22 and to vary the lease to add supportive housing as a permissible use.) which is still under consideration - the amendment is to update schedule of areas, courtyard walls and principle private open space amended with stair removed and landscaped battered zone introduced, clothes line locations amended to allow accessible clearances, bin enclosure locations amended, unit 3 and 4 garages increased in size and utility area reconfigured, bike storage sheds added to all units, window amended to allow sufficient street surveillance, furniture in all living rooms amended - complying with SHGC and AS4299, natural ground lines, clearly illustrated on relevant drawings, shadow diagrams amended in accordance with ACAT comments, operational car space added, roof area to rainwater tanks amended and associated works.

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(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 202240431)

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