As the planner for this 2-storey warehouse and commercial building, designed by Akin Atelier Architects in Rosebery, Dickson Rothschild was instrumental in gaining approval without need for a development application. Rather approval was coordinated via a Complying Development Certificate in about three months from the first design through to release of the application to commence construction. Architectural design Akin Atelier Architects. #planningadvice, #warehousedevelopment, #commercialbuilding, #complyingdevelopment, #roseberydevelopment
Latest News: Wednesday 20 May 2020
Circle Online Industry Roundtable –
Urban Planning, Law, Valuation and Real Estate Investment & Financing
Thank you Wealth PI, for inviting Dickson Rothschild Associate, Stacy Zhang, to participate in this stimulating round table discussion on the evolution of urban planning, law, valuation and real estate in Australia in light of the current epidemic.
A large audience tuned in to listen to four different perspectives on this topical area, and answers were offered on burning questions, such as:
Will a more rapid and flexible urban planning guide and approval system evolve after the epidemic?
Is Australia’s “big infrastructure era” coming?
Under the “epidemic economy” what are the investment opportunities against the trend?
Dickson Rothschild regularly collaborates with industry colleagues to deliver for our Clients. Our Associate – Phillip Bull – is often working with other architectural practices to provide the planning expertise required for infill opportunities in inner-Sydney. Phil has over twenty-five years of experience in Council and the private sector and excels in these complex projects.
Philip Perrie was the Architect and Dickson Rothschild the Planner for this attractive apartment building in Rose Bay. Our Planning arguments assisted in gaining consent at Waverley Council in early 2020 for five apartments, including three affordable apartments, and for a 55% increase in site floor space.
Dickson Rothschild has an active practice delivering cost effective Planning and Urban Design interventions to gain expedient Council consent. These are often to assist families and small-scale developers on infill opportunities in inner-Sydney.
Working with Bureau SRH on this sensitive three-storey mixed use building in Botany, Dickson Rothschild was responsible for the Planning arguments put to the Bayside Planning Panel to waive the commercial on-site car parking requirements and reduce development contributions. A consent was received in 2020.