Recent applications within the last 2 months from Liverpool City Council, NSW

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  1. 270 Fifteenth Avenue Austral NSW 2179
    7 days ago

    SUBDIVISION OF LAND INTO 12 RESIDENTIAL LOTS (IN 2 STAGES). WORKS INCLUDE PROVISION OF ROAD AND DRAINAGE AND SERVICES. RELEVANT SEC 68 WORKS ARE * PIT 5/1 IS A HEADWALL PROPOSED TO DISCHARGE STORMWATER TO THE COUNCIL DRAINAGE BASIN. WE SEEK COUNCIL APPROVAL. ALSO WHEN THE da WAS SUBMITTED COUNCIL PLANNING FOR THE BASIN DESIGN HAD NOT COMMENCED. NO CONSENT FOR EARTHWORKS WITHIN COUNCIL LAND WERE APPROVED. A RETAINING WALL IS PROPOSED ALONG THE BOUNDARY WHOLLY WITHIN THE DEVELOPMENT SITE. WILL COUNCIL CONSIDER ALLOWING AN EARTH BATTER WITHIN THE BASIN. BE BELIEVE THIS WILL BE A SAFER OPTION.

  2. 270 Fifteenth Avenue Austral NSW 2179
    7 days ago

    Subdivision of land to create 12 residential lots (in two stages) with associated civil road ,and drainage works and provision of services. Lot 1 will be a temporary OSD until Council trunk basin is commissioned. on completion there will be no access (vehicle or pedestrian to fifteenth Ave.) there will be temporary construction access. the extent of sec 138 works are; * match to 1/2 rod construction along Arapawa St, * connection of drainage to existing line in 15th Ave * removal of gravel driveway from 15th Ave. * the DA condition that requires upgrading of the bus stop and a pathway access, is not valid and should be ignored. There is no access from the development to 15th ave m, and therefore there is no Nexus proven.

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