25 Union Street Tempe NSW 2044

To demolish part of the premises and carry out ground and first floor alterations and additions to a dwelling house and create a hard stand car parking space at the front of the site

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 3 years ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Inner West Council (Marrickville), reference DA201600095)

7 Comments

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  1. Angus commented

    Addition of a 2nd storey to this house - although setback from the street - is not in keeping with the current streetscape with no other houses in this street having a second storey addition. For this reason I object to this application.

  2. Rebecca Curran wrote to local councillor Morris Hanna

    I object to this development application because of the excessive overshadowing caused by the proposed second storey addition. Their DA plans show no solar panels on the roof of number 23 as per Marrickville LEP and will render these solar panels as obsolete. This second storey addition plus the car port are not sympathetic to the current streetscape..

    Delivered to local councillor Morris Hanna. They are yet to respond.

  3. Ravit commented

    The addition of the second story to this house will change the fa├žade of the street that the residents have been working so hard to keep. For this reason we object to this DA.

  4. Rebecca Curran commented

    I object to this development application because of the excessive overshadowing caused by the proposed second storey addition. Their DA plans show no solar panels on the roof of number 23 as per Marrickville LEP and will render these solar panels as obsolete. This second storey addition plus the car port are not sympathetic to the current streetscape.

  5. Rebecca Curran wrote to local councillor Max Phillips

    I object to this development application because of the excessive overshadowing caused by the proposed second storey addition. Their DA plans show no solar panels on the roof of number 23 as per Marrickville LEP and will render these solar panels as obsolete. This second storey addition plus the car port are not sympathetic to the current streetscape.

    Delivered to local councillor Max Phillips. They are yet to respond.

  6. Lorne Hyde commented

    Whilst this is not in my street it does raise the Principle of the decision. A political decision was made several yrs ago to encourage alternative energy and many of us laid out the cost in good faith to install solar energy panels (sure there was a financial incentive but that just proves the importance of the policy at the time). Now we have a Liberal/Labor coalition effectively destroying this decision. If Council allows this to proceed it means all of those with Solar Panels are at potential risk of having their alternative source of energy destroyed. It is for this reason I object. Where are the Greens in this decision?

  7. Peter Gamble commented

    I object to this development application for several reasons. The excessive overshadowing caused by the proposed second storey addition will render the solar panels of number 23 totally useless. The hard-standing off-street parking space will remove at least 1 parking space from the street, and also have a negative visual impact on the street-scape in what is a row of similar timber cottages. The depth of this proposed hard-standing area is insufficient space for even a small car without overhanging the footpath. The window on the second floor overlooking the rear garden will completely remove any privacy for the adjacent back gardens.

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