Recent applications from Strathfield Municipal Council, NSW

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  1. 19 Bridge Road and 50 Loftus Crescent, Homebush, NSW, Australia
    over 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 six (6) storey residential flat building of (38) units comprising six (6) x 1 bedroom and (32) x 2 bedroom units above two (2) levels of basement parking containing (64) car parking spaces, including drainage, landscaping works and strata subdivision.

  2. 162-170 Parramatta Road, Homebush, NSW, Australia
    over 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 an eight (8) storey mixed use development to Parramatta Road and five (5) storey mixed use development to Loftus Lane, comprising a total development of five (5) commercial tenancies, (58) residential units and two (2) levels of basement parking.

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    36 Noble Avenue, Strathfield, NSW, Australia
    over 5 years ago

    A Section 96(8) 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 three (3) storey residential flat building containing nine (9) apartments comprising one (1) x studio, two (2) x 1 bedroom and six (6) x 2 bedroom apartments above two (2) levels of basement car parking.

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