$10 Million in DAs approved at Council Meeting

Many residents attended Tuesday night’s ordinary meeting to have their say on development applications. Inner West Council proved that it was getting on with business for the new Council with resident concerns addressed and over $10 million in DAs approved across the Inner West area.

Inner West Council administrator Richard Pearson was satisfied at the outcome of last night’s meeting.

“It was great that Council was able to progress with the proposed DA applications that were on the agenda.

“Council considered a number of applications and approved over $10 million worth of development in the area.

“I was pleased to see residents having their say about their concerns and having the opportunity to be listened to.

“Many residents attended the meeting to have their say in relation to the 412-416 Liverpool Rd, Croydon development application.

“This was a major application which is seeking consent for demolition of all structures currently on the site and construction of a three storey flat building consisting of 22 dwellings over two basement levels.”

The Liverpool Rd, Croydon development application received a deferred commencement approval. In response to resident concerns, final plans for a traffic Island will go back to residents for comment and consideration before the final approval.

Other development applications that were approved include the demolition and construction of a new amenities building at 132 Church Street Croydon; and the demolition and construction of a three storey mixed use development comprising of a retail tenancy and seven dwellings above at 575 King Street, Newtown, with associated parking.

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Page last updated: 20 Nov 2018