$ 7.9 million development plan for The Avenue, Hurstville | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader

A $ 7.9 million four-story, 26-story apartment building would replace two houses at 30 and 32 The Avenue, Hurstville, under a development application filed with the Georges River Council.

An earlier development application was filed in May 2020 for 32 The Avenue with proposals for a mixed-use residential building.

The application for development was rejected by the Local Planning Panel in November 2020. The applicant was invited to purchase 30 The Avenue and resubmit a DA for the combined plot. The new application reflects this.

Both plots have been merged into one plot of 1,424 square meters.

The two detached residential houses on the plot are today both used as commercial premises.

The site is located in the Hurstville metropolitan area and is about 400 meters from Hurstville train station.

The plans include basement parking for 32 cars, a shop area on the ground floor of 236 square meters and a common area on the ground floor behind the property of 365 sqm.

Four of the 14 trees on the site would be removed and the rest retained.

“The development is considered to be in accordance with the desired future character of the area and has no negative impacts on the facilities,” the environmental impact statement states.

“It is considered that the proposal will provide an appropriate and appropriate development for the site and is acceptable.”

Submissions closed on November 11th.

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