166-170 Broadway Chippendale NSW 2008

Use of the public footway on Shepherd Street and Broadway for outdoor seating associated with the licensed 'Broadway Crow' (20 tables with 56 chairs in an area of 56sqm). Proposed outdoor seating hours are 9.00am - 11.00pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, 9.00am – 12 midnight Thursdays to Saturdays and 9.00am – 10.00pm, Sundays. Variation of previously approved application.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 4 years ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: City of Sydney, reference FA/2015/367)


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  1. Geoff Bartlett commented

    The area is a major pedestrian hub, situated as it is between Notre Dame Uni, Broadway Shopping Centre and Sydney University. As such, outdoor seating of this nature would be a major impediment to the free flow of pedestrians and I urge council not to approve it.

  2. Alex commented

    In support. This premises has long had outdoor seating and I see no reason to discontinue it.

  3. Cameron commented

    I do not support the increase in outdoor tables. The venue has existing outdoor dining facilities, any additional seating and tables will encroach into and prevent reasonable pedestrian access in an area that has very high foot traffic. Additional seating and tables will see smokers needing to move closer to residential buildings and other small businesses on the street and should not be encouraged.

  4. David commented

    We live in a vibrant and growing city which is enhanced by facilities like the one proposed and we should understand that if we live within a kilometre of the CBD heavy footpath traffic will be implied. If we do not accept this as normal daily inner city life we should perhaps move to the countryside. More tables and less smokers.

  5. Leslie commented

    There are sufficient existing outdoor tables at the Broadway Crow. The venue currently does not display much consideration for neighbouring properties and it's existence definitely does not 'enhance' our 'vibrant and growing city'. I am not 'anti bar' but I would prefer to support proposals for an additional smaller venue with more consideration for the communities in which they are situated, rather than increasing the patronage of an already heavily frequented noisy venue such as the Broadway Crow.

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