3 Muttama Road Artarmon NSW 2064.

Modify existing consent to amend Conditions 2 & 70 to allow demolition and reconstruction of the verandah, entry steps and front living room, and delete Condition 26 which requires a qualified Heritage Architect to oversee the build.

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(Source: Willoughby City Council, reference DA-2020/122/A)


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  1. Marion Ruth CARRUTHERS commented

    I know 3 Muttama Road Artarmon as a lovely Federation house circa 1900, with a tessellated tile L_shaped wrap veranda in excellent original condition. This veranda has a very unusual edging of a solid sandstone wall to the level of the base of the front steps, with scalloped top design. Original sandstone front steps and original front door complete the picture for a very attractive house adding considerably to the streetscape of Muttama Road, and the Artarmon Heritage Area as a whole. The alterations requested are entirely inappropriate and should not be approved.
    Also, this is a property that certainly needs a Heritage Architect to supervise any changes before approval and during any modification works to ensure the integrity of both the building itself and the Artarmon Heritage Area as a whole are not compromised by inappropriate alterations.

  2. Jeffrey Smith commented

    The planned alterations to 3 Muttama Road Artarmon are not consistent with the requirements of Artarmon Heritage Area and would represent a degradation to one of the most iconic heritage streets in the Artarmon/Willoughby area. The alterations as stands should not be approved.

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