Recent applications from Randwick City Council, NSW

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  1. 125 Boundary Street Clovelly NSW 2031
    about 22 hours ago

    S4.55(2) Modification of the approved development to modify to a minor extent the approved building envelope associated with consent and will cause minimal to negligible additional environmental impacts. Original consent: Demolition of structures and dwelling, construction of 3 level dwelling including basement level garage, guest room and storage, swimming pool to rear, landscaping and associated works. NSW Planning Portal Ref: PAN-27382.

  2. 19 Flood Street Clovelly NSW 2031
    6 days ago

    Section 4.55(2) modification of approved development to extend the existing crossover, remove and replace a tree and install an air-conditioning unit. Original consent: Amendments to approved development application DA/717/2014 at ground and first floor levels, addition of lower ground level rumpus room and bathroom, new car entry gate, changes to fencing and decking, addition of northern side path with associated works. NSW Planning Portal Ref: PAN-25809

  3. 111 Anzac Parade Kensington NSW 2033
    9 days ago

    Integrated development application for demolition of the existing structures and construction of a mixed-use development up to nineteen (19) storeys, comprising basement parking, ground and first floor level commercial/retail use and a boarding house to be used as student and key worker accommodation comprising 564 boarding rooms, a roof-top pool, signage, public plaza, earthworks, landscaping, and associated works (variation to height of buildings of the RLEP 2012) – NSW Planning Portal Ref: PAN-24675. Approval for this application is also required by Water NSW.

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