594 - 612 Church Street, Cremorne

Permit number: PLN17/0456

The responsible authority won't make a decision before: Tuesday 12 September 2017

Council has received an application for the the construction of an eight storey building plus three basement levels and a roof top terrace, the use of the land for a shop, a reduction in the car parking requirement associated with office and shop, a waiver of the loading bay requirement and alterations to the access to a road in a Road Zone, Category 1 by removing the crossover to Church Street at 594-612 Church Street, Cremorne.

Features of the proposal include

Construction of an eight (8) storey building plus three levels of basement car parking and a roof top terrace.
A total of 5,159 square metres of office space on the upper floors and 508 square metres of shop on the ground floor.
A total of 71 car parking spaces and 100 bicycle parking spaces within the development.
Vehicle access provided from Balmain Street.

Have Your Say

Public information session

6.00pm to 7.00pm
Wednesday 30 August 2017
Richmond Town Hall, 333 Bridge Road Richmond - Meeting Room 1

Please note there will be no formal presentation at this meeting.

If you wish to make a submission to Council regarding the proposed redevelopment, your submission must be in writing and should state how you would be affected by the granting of a permit.

For your submission to be valid, it must include your name and address.

Submissions can be made online using the Lodge your Objection or Lodge your Support links on this page.

Please be aware that any submission received will be placed on the planning file and can be publicly viewed.

View the planning application documents below:
Advertised Concept Plans discussed at Consultation Meeting

For more information

Contact: Ally Huynh
Phone: 9205 5123
Email: ally.huynh@yarracity.vic.gov.au
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