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Latest News: Monday 29 June 2020
For upcoming boutique residential apartment in Bellevue Hill.
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Latest News: Tuesday 16 June 2020
Boutique residential apartment building, upcoming in Bellevue Hill
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Latest News: Wednesday 10 June 2020
The NSW Government’s new Planning System Acceleration Programme announced the first 24 projects to undergo the fast-tracked assessment process on 28 April 2020. It is one of several responses to keep the economy moving in the challenging COVID-19 pandemic environment.
Projects must meet three essential criteria:
Does the project create jobs during construction and ongoing?
Can decision on the project be made quickly? Can the project commence within six months, if DA approval is received or if a planning proposal is successful?
Can the project strongly deliver or support public benefits?
The process does not only work for ‘big projects’ such as State Significant Developments and Infrastructure projects, major projects, and planning proposals, but for any project that fits the above criteria.
Dickson Rothschild are actively working on accessing the Planning System Acceleration Programme for a number of clients including in Hurstville and on the Central Coast, and for projects ranging from $20m to $200m in construction build.
If you want to discuss your project, please contact our Urban Planning team on 02 8540 8720.
Latest News: Monday 01 June 2020
Hill Thalis Architects designed this attractive alterations and additions to an existing shop and residence in Randwick. Our Associate, Urban Planning – Phillip Bull – provided the planning support resulting in a consent in 2018 for improvements to the ground floor space and two apartments in an R2 low Density Residential zone.
The planning arguments were strong enough for Council and the Randwick Planning Panel to agree to a variation to the site floor space control and nil parking for the units.