Following the Public Hearing officers met with the proponents who subsequently modified the proposal as follows:
- Reduced the height of building from 27m to a range of heights on the site, including 24
metres in the north western corner of the site, 20 metres for the majority of the site and
12 metres at the southern end adjacent to 1 Bowen Street and adjacent to and
including the heritage items at 8-10 Moriarty Road
- Reduced the FSR from 2.5:1 to 2.18:1
- Increased setbacks including deep soil planting areas
- Street tree protection
Notwithstanding the changes the proposal is significantly non-comppliant with the current zoning. It is CWWPA’s position that the proposal should lay dormant to be considered in the context of the new Willoughby LEP
For some time a revision of signs used on main roads to identify entry to Willoughby has been investigated. A report on this matter concluded that The City Signage program has not progressed as it is currently not funded, but could be reinvigorated. The Officer’s recommendation was for the report to be noted. (so nothing likely to change until a budget is allocated).
WLPP Report – DA 2020/311 – 503 Victoria Ave Chatswood
503 Victoria Avenue: This is a narrow allotment in Victoria behind the Leura Building on the Highway. Recommendation is for approval.
|ADDRESS:||503 VICTORIA AVENUE, CHATSWOOD NSW 2067.|
|PROPOSAL:||DEMOLITION OF EXISTING STRUCTURES AND CONSTRUCTION OF A FOUR STOREY COMMERCIAL BUILDING CONSISTING OF A GROUND FLOOR FOOD AND DRINK PREMISES AND ADDITIONAL THREE STOREYS FOR USE AS AN OFFICE AND BUSINESS PREMISES AND ASSOCIATED WORKS.|
The NSW Council elections have been postponed until the 4th December 2021.
A group of clinicians and residents who are concerned about the NSW Government’s plans to redevelop land within the grounds of the Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) for purposes other than patient-related health care have formed a working group to raise community awareness. The working group started after clinicians approached the Artarmon Progress Association seeking support from residents.
The group has created an e-Petition r – it would be wonderful if you could sign.
The NSW government is looking to make major changes to the arrangements for developrs to help fund community infrastructre. Willoughby Mayor and CEO are very concerned about the likely impact on residents.
An Angophora Costata tree in the grounds of Chatswood High School threatened by the expansion of the school has been saved. Plans have been withdrawn and the building will be relocated. The tree provided roosting to a pair of Powerful Owls.
Some years ago when the school was expanding, a threatened species tree also led to redrawing of plans at the school.
Proposal to amend height and floor space. Available for comment on HaveYourSayWillougby between 5 July and 2 August