119 Addison Road Marrickville NSW 2204

To demolish the existing improvements, subdivide the land into 2 allotments, erect a 2 storey dwelling house and detached garage on one allotment and a 2 storey dwelling house and secondary dwelling on the other allotment

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website almost 4 years ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Inner West Council (Marrickville), reference DA201500616)

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  1. mark matheson commented

    The streetscape elevation looks very depressing.

    It doesn't look like a home at all. It is a machine for living in.

    It looks as though a malevolent landlord has obtained 4 'intermodal shipping containers' and had his staff plonked them just off the footpath ready to rent out to desperate people and/or asylum seekers.

  2. Jacinta O'Brien commented

    There is a time and a place for modern buildings, this is definitely the time but this is not the place. Why approve something that not only intrudes on the privacy of those houses that back on to the site but is an eyesore and not in keeping with the surrounds?

    Marrickville council seems to be extremely focussed on wiping out any heritage areas. Design is not just inserting any collection of buildings together. It takes careful consideration and care. These buildings look as if they'll be the cheapest possible to achieve the highest profit.

  3. Lucien Buddle commented

    I oppose this DA to demolish this building. This cottage, which was called 'Ferndale' was built in 1880 (possibly earlier) well before the creation of the nearby Agar st corner. It is one of the only dwellings on Addison rd to occupy as a 'free standing' dwelling. In 1910 it was still the only dwelling standing between Agar and England streets. This is one of the very early Marrickville buildings and every endeavour should be taken to preserve and restore it to it's former glory as a reminder of what earlier life was like in the district of Marrickville.

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