634-726 Princes Highway Tempe NSW 2044

To remove 261 parking spaces from the north-western corner of the Ikea car park resulting in a total of 1,522 car spaces remaining and to construct a single storey building for bulky goods retail (Decathlon) with associated office and signage in this location with an outdoor display/play area

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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 DA201600464)

4 Comments

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  1. Jacinta O'Brien commented

    IKEA has already added significant traffic accessing Park Road which is entirely residential. People already use it to avoid 3 sets of traffic lights between Unwins Bridge Road and the Princes Highway. It's practically impossible to park anymore.

    There is already Bunnings and Good Guys stores that being built next to IKEA so what is being done to safeguard residents from having to contend with even more traffic filtering into the street. Especially those in Park Road who did not benefit from access changes as other streets did when IKEA opened.

  2. Scott Williams commented

    I agree with the previous comment. With all the new developments around IKEA the issue of traffic and parking impact to Park Road needs to be addressed.

  3. Kate commented

    Hasn't Tempe suffered enough? Do we really need more development stuffed into this location? Was the provision of this parking part of the conditions of Ikea's DA? - if so, it needs to be retained. Ikea is chockers 7 days a week, reducing parking is not a great idea and could just put more pressure back onto local streets.

  4. Jennifer Killen commented

    This proposal is not in the public interest. It should be refused.

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