17-21 Pyrmont Bridge Road Pyrmont NSW 2009

Use of shop 1 as retail bottle shop for packaged liquor sales to operate between the hours of 10.00am and 12.00 midnight Monday to Saturday and between 10.00am and 10.00pm Sunday. Works include shop fit-out and 4 non-illuminated signs (street frontage to Pyrmont Bridge Road, Little Edward Street and Edward Lane).

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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/2013/1059)

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  1. Mrs Margaret Rose STRINGER commented

    I protest absolutely against the application: if I were not elderly and suffering from severe osteoarthritis of the lower back, I would be out carrying a placard of protest against it.
    I live in this RESIDENTIAL building, amongst many other elderly people, and a bottle shop is the last thing that should be put into a building that houses 45 flats. Has anyone thought what it would do to us to have drinkers wandering about until midnight 6 days a week and 10pm Sundays?! Has anyone thought what it would do to us to have the fitout going on for heaven knows how long in a building wherein sound carries like water through every wall?! SOME OF US HAVE TO STAY WITHIN OUR FLATS ALL DAY!!!
    Even more importantly, there are to my certain knowledge no less then SEVEN other bottle shops within two or three blocks of this building. If you approve this application, you will be indicating your utter contempt for everything that the police and the medical profession have been saying for years - that we need to _reduce_ the number of liquor outlets, not increase it.
    There has to be a limit to the sale of alcohol - surely you can see that? There has to come a point where organisations like Council say "No, enough is enough: there is NO NEED for yet another grog shop in Pyrmont!". By doing that you would not only be behaving responsibly and easing a fraction of the burden on the police and the hospitals, but also treating we residents of this building like human beings who deserve consideration and sympathy.

  2. Mrs Margaret Rose STRINGER commented

    http://www.smh.com.au/comment/state-must-turn-off-the-alcohol-tap-20130715-2pz0i.html
    It is vital that Council consider the content of the "SMH" article behind that link, in the context of my earlier post.

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