101 King Street Newtown NSW 2042

Alterations and additions to existing commercial premises with residence at upper level for use as a licensed food and drink premises (small bar) at ground level with proposed hours of 10.00am-2.00am Monday to Saturday and 10.00am-12 am midnight and a one bedroom residential apartment at the upper level.

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(Source: City of Sydney, reference D/2023/954)

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  1. Peter Uren commented

    King St is already gaining the reputation that Kings Cross used to have before the lockouts, with excessive alcohol and drug consumptions and the general behaviour and demographic that comes with it.

    Do we really need to have ANOTHER drinking establishment open to 2am on a weeknight?

  2. Dominic Behrens commented

    This looks great, fully support more venues on King St.

  3. Benjamin Cullen commented

    To whom it may concern,

    I write in support of the proposed alterations at 101 King Street. Here’s why:

    1. Economic Uplift: Extended hours till 2.00am can boost our nighttime economy, leading to more jobs and increased local spending.
    2. Tourism Appeal: A new licensed venue enhances Newtown’s appeal, attracting more visitors and benefiting surrounding businesses.
    3. Balanced Development: The proposal thoughtfully combines dining and residential use, promoting a vibrant community atmosphere.

    I believe this development is a positive step for Newtown’s economic and cultural growth.

    Thank you for your consideration.

  4. Andrea Rachel Leong commented

    I support the proposed late-night opening hours for this business, especially given its proximity to RPA Hospital, where workers start and finish shifts around the clock.

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