28-44 Cowle Street, West Perth, WA, 6005

Demolition of existing dwellings construction of three storey multiple dwelling comprising of forty eight (48) multiple dwellings, thirty one (31) two bedroom, seventeen (17) one bedroom and associated carparking - application is to be determined by the development assessment panel (dap)

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 5 years ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Vincent City Council, reference 2014_-_January/Nos_28-44_Lots_121315_Cowle_Street)

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  1. Simon commented

    This building may have been neglected and is run down in its current state, but it's a solid, structurally sound building. It's a Victorian era, Georgian style building with a bold and unique heritage character. I haven't seen another quite like this in Perth. Especially with the long convex verandah. It adds character to the street scape and to the charm and 'sense of place' for the area. It should be restored and preserved for these reasons. There is a large block of land and plenty of room to develop on the site while keeping the existing building. Demolition of this building would be irresponsible to the community and future development of this street, for reasons of preserving its character, sense of place, heritage and long term investment of properties in this area. I believe in this case the councillors should recommend to the owners and developers that the demolition of this building should be avoided and it should be restored instead.

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