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#1 2019-08-27 10:54:56

mark
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From: 47 Amy
Registered: 2019-03-27
Posts: 22

It's been resubmitted.

It  sound like they are have removed the 'takecarer's room' and replaced it with an attic.

Planning Systems Admin <planningsystemsadmin@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au> wrote:

NOTE - Information relating to this application will be available on council's web site from 28/8/2019

DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL                                              REFERENCE NUMBER D/2019/189

Site: 45 Amy Street , ERSKINEVILLE  NSW  2043                                                                       
Applicant: CRACKNELL LONERGAN ARCHITECTS PTY LTD

PROPOSAL (as described in application)

Re-notification of amended plans for demolition of existing dwelling and construction of a two storey boarding house with attic space within rear roof dormer and two front dormers. Boarding house consists of eight boarding rooms and two motorcycle and bicycle parking.

The City of Sydney has received the above Development Application. As part of our assessment process, we are notifying surrounding neighbours and property owners to seek their views on the proposal.

The application is on public exhibition up to and including 11 September 2019.  (If the period finishes on a weekend, the period is extended to the next working day).  During this time, you are welcome to make a submission on the proposal.  The full application is online at the city’s website www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au.

You can also inspect the application online by attending Council's One Stop Shop located on level 2, Town Hall House at 456 Kent Street, Sydney during normal business hours of 8am to 6pm Mondays to Fridays or at one of Council's Neighbourhood Service Centres.

You can make a submission by emailing dasubmissions@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au, or

if you would like to speak to a Council planning officer, please call 9265 9333.

BILL MACKAY - Manager Planning Assessment


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#2 2019-08-29 15:29:03

mark
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From: 47 Amy
Registered: 2019-03-27
Posts: 22

Re: It's been resubmitted.

The plans are up. They don't appear to include any updated drawing that match the "response letter".  Please complain to council, they can't except us to comment on the new design if it not available.

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#3 2019-09-09 21:23:00

15-23 Knight St
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Registered: 2019-09-09
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Re: It's been resubmitted.

Hi Mark,

We just bought into 15-23 Knight St, and only just received information about this development. How long was the submission process? It seems incredibly quick, and hard to provide a substantial response in 1 day.

To your knowledge, has there been a building construction report or anything about the acoustic management process?

We have a very young baby who has suffered ongoing sleep issues so are deeply concerned to receive the note about the development today, and with such a short time to provide a submission.

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#4 2019-09-09 22:03:40

mark
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From: 47 Amy
Registered: 2019-03-27
Posts: 22

Re: It's been resubmitted.

It went up on 28 Aug. It up for only 2 weeks, because it a resubmission.  The first time it was up for a month.
In this dropbox is a pdf copy for we are planning to submitted, put together by our architect  https://www.dropbox.com/sh/e2qtsuz568ic … 8Q-Ga?dl=0

Pick  point from that. A lot is very specific to us being next door.
Key point for non-direct neighbours would be the bulk of the building not suited to the street.
The parking, they are not providing which is required under part of the Affordable Housing act.  This modified development should be supply 4 parking spots.  See my original comment on parking: http://buggerthat.net/forums/viewtopic.php?id=5

You don't need go to the same detail as we are, just the more voices the better.

Mark


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