Recent applications from Strathfield Municipal Council, NSW

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  1. 208-214 Parramatta Road and 2 Smallwood Avenue, Homebush, NSW, Australia
    almost 5 years ago

    A Section 96 Modification Application in relation to the subject site and pursuant to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 has been received by Council in relation to a previous approval for the demolition of existing structures and construction of a part seven (7), part nine (9) and part (11) storey mixed use development with (12) commercial tenancies and a total of (142) residential units comprising (20) x studio, (55) x 1 bedroom, (63) x 2 bedroom and three (3) x 3 bedroom units above two (2) levels of basement parking.

  2. 61-65 Roberts Road, Greenacre, NSW, Australia
    almost 5 years ago

    A Section 96 Modification Application in relation to the subject site and pursuant to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 has been received by Council in relation to a previous approval for the demolition of two (2) structures and the construction of an industrial warehouse development comprising three (3) existing and nine (9) new warehouses, a take away food and drink outlet, (155) car parking spaces, landscaping, drainage works and community title subdivision.

  3. 459-463 Liverpool Road, Strathfield South, NSW, Australia
    almost 5 years ago

    A Section 96(AA) Modification Application in relation to the subject site and pursuant to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 has been received by Council in relation to a previous Land and Environment Court approval for the demolition of existing structures and construction of a five (5) storey mixed use development comprising (16) x 2 bedroom units, five (5) x 1 bedroom units, two (2) x commercial tenancies and three (3) levels of basement car parking, landscaping and drainage works.

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