1 Charlotte Avenue Marrickville NSW 2204

To demolish existing structures and construct a 3 storey boarding house containing 18 rooms plus caretakers accommodation including associated carparking

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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 DA201500735)

5 Comments

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  1. Jacinta O'Brien commented

    3 applications for boarding houses in the area? Is this how Marrickville Council is going to raise money? By stacking people on top of one another? Invading the privacy of their neighbours? Increasing the number of cars needing to park on the street because the buildings do not come with parking or insufficient parking capacity?

    It is Councils responsibility to maintain the the type of suburb and area that people have invested their hard earn dollars to purchase property. Development for revenue or development sake doesn't make sense. That's not to say that development doesn't have it's benefits but it needs to be considered in conjunction with the reason people chose to live here in the first place. Do not approve this development. Consider your current citizens and constituents.

  2. Jacinta O'Brien commented

    3 applications for boarding houses in the area? Is this how Marrickville Council is going to raise money? By stacking people on top of one another? Invading the privacy of their neighbours? Increasing the number of cars needing to park on the street because the buildings do not come with parking or insufficient parking capacity?

    It is Councils responsibility to maintain the the type of suburb and area that people have invested their hard earn dollars to purchase property. Development for revenue or development sake doesn't make sense. That's not to say that development doesn't have it's benefits but it needs to be considered in conjunction with the reason people chose to live here in the first place. Do not approve this development. Consider your current citizens and constituents.

  3. Stephan commented

    Boarding House? Can we have more explanation on who will be in the boarding house ,ie students facility or non-income earners.
    Am particular concerned as who will be placed within the planned development having recently purchased a street away.

    Also agree with above can you also confirm the amount of car spaces that will be available within this complex.

  4. Gavin Costello commented

    I endorse this application. Congratulations to marrickville council for encouraging low cost and affordable housing in an area close to where jobs are located.

  5. Mick Fraser commented

    With the affordability becoming harder for us single proffessionals it is great to finally see a development which caters for and considers our market. This looks like a place you can be proud to call home, and not just another shotty box. Will definately love to live in a place like this. Such housing is long overdue in our area with such conveniences around. The location makes sense aswell as it keeps it off the main shopping strip, whilst still being so convenient to get in to town. All i ever need is a train so parking is no issue for me. Every boarding house i have lived in, in the inner west has been so low class it is embarrassing but this one looks rather upper class and homely.

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