19 Downie Street Maryville, NSW

Change of use from industrial to home industry

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

(Source: Newcastle City Council, reference 15/10356)

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  1. Rick Williams commented

    I find it difficult to reward the application with approval ,the property was purchased as an light industrial site 4a urban services .during the time of the applicants ownership the premises has by the owners renovation became a residence . This is nonconformist as the zone doesn't allow new residences ,please note the total re build was done without a development approval .the owner has for many years rented this premise as a residence . To conclude I find this non compliance should not be rewarded because a change to IN2 zone allows home industry .i must mention the adjoining property also a light industrial site employes over 40 people . 19 downie street has always be an place of employment until the new owner decommissioned the site for he's sole beneficiary .

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