15-17 Crane Street, Homebush, NSW, Australia

Demolition of existing structures and construction of a nine (9) storey residential flat building containing (50) residential units comprising (21) x 1 bedroom, (24) x 2 bedroom and five (5) x 3 bedroom units above two (2) levels of basement car parking.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 5 years ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: Strathfield Municipal Council, reference 2016/041)

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  1. Lori commented

    The proposed new development at 15-17 Crane Street will severely affect the life quality of residents living in 19 Crane Street. The construction noise is understandably unavoidable but from the building's architectural drawings, the distance between 15-17 Crane Street and 19 Crane Street is too close and blocks out the north aspect's solar access. Most of the units for 19 Crane Street has a north-facing balcony or window, and in cases of one bedroom units, that might be the ONLY source of sunlight. From the pictures available, it is obvious that the developer for 15-17 Crane Street only considered their own future residents, and left enough space between 15-17 Crane Street and 11-13 Crane Street, for the purpose of having enough sunlight with a complete disregard for the residents of 19 Crane Street. Not only is 15-17 Crane Street 2 storeys higher than 19 Crane Street, the proposed distance is far too close and hinders the residents living in 19 Crane Street significantly.

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