116 Cremorne Street, Cremorne

Permit number: PLN20/0425

The responsible authority won't make a decision before: Monday 21 December 2020

This application for a planning permit seeks approval for construction of a ten storey (plus two level basement and rooftop plant) office building with ground level food and drink premises (café) as well as variation of an existing drainage easement pursuant to Clause 52.02 of the Yarra Planning Scheme and a reduction in car parking requirements.

Features of the proposal include:

Construction of a ten storey office building with ground level café (permit required use as it is over 100sqm). The office use does not require a permit;
Two levels of basement car parking accessed off Cremorne Street;
A ground floor forecourt area fronting Cremorne Street and extending along the northern boundary of the site;
6868.3sqm of office to ground and upper levels;
131sqm of ground floor cafe;
66 car parking spaces located in basement levels (this includes one space for the café);
38 bicycle spaces (8 visitor) located at ground level;
10 showers / change rooms and 56 lockers located at ground level;
Relocation of a drainage easement and drainage infrastructure;
A roof top level for plant equipment

Have Your Say

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:

For more information

Contact: Julian Larkins
Phone: 9205 5456
Email: julian.larkins@yarracity.vic.gov.au
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