Applications nearby

Other applications in the last 2 months within 2 km of 35 Henderson Road Eveleigh NSW 2015

  1. 1 comment
    203-205 King Street Newtown NSW 2042
    11 days ago, 1.4 km away

    Section 4.55(2) modification of consent to amend the approved trading hours of the premise known as ‘Ogalo Newtown’. Current approved base hours - 8.00am - 11.00pm, Monday to Sunday. Approved extended retail hours (2 year trial period) – 5.00am to 12.00am, Sunday to Thursday and 5.00am to 1.00am Friday and Saturday. Approved extended Bakery hours (2 year trial period) 24hours, 7 days a week. Proposed retail hours (5 year trial period) – 8.00am to 12.00am, Sunday to Thursday and 8.00am to 3.00am Friday and Saturday.

  2. 16 Glebe Point Road Glebe NSW 2037
    9 months ago, 1.5 km away

    Amended Design - Re-notification of amended design for alterations and additions to the existing mixed use terrace including construction of a new three storey rear addition, existing licensed restaurant on ground floor and six boarding rooms to the levels above. Install waste room and five bicycle racks to the ground level, new lift and open space area to level 2. The licenced restaurant approved hours are 6.00am to 11.30pm, Monday to Sunday.

  3. 2-38 Baptist Street Redfern NSW 2016
    9 months ago, 1.5 km away

    RE-NOTIFICATION with amended plans, proposing a reduction in residential apartments from 157 to 154, replacement of retail within Building D with 2 x residential terraces facing the southern through-site link, removal of cantilevered element over the heritage listed building to Cleveland Street, introduction of retail laneways at ground level accessed from Cleveland Street, and changes to articulation and materials throughout the development. The application is for the redevelopment of the site, proposing the adaptive reuse of the heritage listed former Bank of NSW building (397-399 Cleveland Street) for retail purposes, demolition of all other existing structures on site, and construction of a mixed use development comprising 8 buildings in total, including excavation, construction of 3 basement car parking levels (for 345 car spaces) accessed via Marriott Street and Baptist Street, basement, lower ground and level 1 commercial (retail and supermarket) uses to Marriott, Baptist and Cleveland Streets, commercial office uses in levels 2-6 of Building G (Cleveland Street) and residential apartments across Buildings A to F. The proposed hours of operation of the supermarket are between 6.00am and 12 midnight Mondays to Sundays inclusive. It is also proposed to provide a public through-site link from Baptist Street to Marriott Street, and a public park with associated landscaping and public domain works. The application is Integrated Development under the Water Management Act 2000, requiring the approval of Water NSW.

  4. 50 Holt Street Surry Hills NSW 2010
    15 days ago, 1.6 km away

    Section 96(2) modification of the existing consent for the fit-out and use of a retail space located on the corner of Gladstone Street and Holt Street as a licensed food and drink premises known as 'Portenos'. The S4.55 (2) Modification involves amending Condition 2 of the consent to allow for existing ‘extended’ hours of operation (that are between 10.00pm and 12.00 midnight, daily), to continue on a permanent basis. A previous 2 year trial period for the ‘extended’ hours of operation will expire on 4 June 2019.

  5. 12-16 Chippen Street Chippendale NSW 2008
    17 days ago, 1.1 km away

    Section 4.55(2) modification of consent to amend the approved trading hours of the licensed restaurant ‘LP’s Quality Meats’. The hours of 12.00 midday – 10.00pm Mondays to Sundays inclusive are already approved on a permanent basis. The hours of 10.00pm – 12.00 midnight Mondays to Saturdays inclusive are approved on a trial basis. Proposed hours are 12.00 midday – 12.00 midnight Mondays to Saturdays inclusive and 12.00 midday – 10.00pm Sundays. The premises have a capacity for 100 patrons.

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