238-240 Elizabeth Street Surry Hills NSW 2010

Fitout, use, signage and provision for outdoor seating in conjunction with a new yogurt bar known as Yogurt Time (unlicensed) to accommodate 20 patrons (12 internally and 8 outdoors) on the ground floor tenancy at the corner of Elizabeth and Reservoir Streets. The proposal incorporates the replacement of the existing under awning sign and a new suspended ceiling sign behind the glazing on the Reservoir Street frontage. The outdoor seating is for 4 tables and 8 chairs in an area of 12 square meters on Reservoir Street frontage. The indoor and outdoor proposed hours are between 7.00am and 12.00midnight Sunday to Thursday, inclusive, and 7.00am to 2.00am on Friday and Saturday, only.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 5 years ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: City of Sydney, reference D/2013/510)

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  1. Milly Zhao commented

    Dear company'
    I am an international student and I come from China. I am a girl and live in Surry Hills, and went I walk pass the shop, although it was not open I want to work in the shop.
    The place I live is about 2 minutes away from the shop, I have been in Aus for about 5 years and I am a master student in UTS. I use to work in the chocolate shop, and supermarket. I only have one subject this sems, and free all the week. I am very friendly to the customers . I work very hard too.
    I want to get this job. and my telephone number is 0402723660. I will be very happy if I can get the job.
    thank you

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