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

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  1. 407-409 Anzac Parade, Kingsford NSW 2032
    23 days ago

    Section 4.55(2) - Modification to the approved development for internal and external modifications including consolidation of two basement levels into one, refinement of automated waste collection system and modification for BCA, access and services co-ordination. Original consent: Demolition of existing structures & construction of a 9-storey mixed-use development comprising ground floor commercial premises & boarding house above comprising 96 boarding rooms, Manager’s room, 2 level basement parking with access from Stuart St, landscaping, site through-link and associated works (variation to height of buildings of the RLEP 2012).

  2. 7 Young Street, Randwick NSW 2031
    27 days ago

    Section 4.55(2) - Modification to the approved development for the alteration of works to the northern façade, replacement of the northern verandah and removal of acoustic barriers at "Newmarket House". Original consent: Change of use of Newmarket House from a dwelling house to childcare centre catering for 86 children and 14 staff with hours of operation from 7am-6pm, Monday to Friday. Alterations and additions to the existing building including partial demolition and construction of a 2 storey building in the south-eastern corner with basement parking accessed from Young St, construction of a driveway, play areas, site remediation, signage, landscaping, tree removal and associated works (Local Heritage Item of RLEP 2012).

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