88 Kerr Street, 71 - 75 Argyle Street and 380 Fitzroy Street, Fitzroy

Permit number: PLN20/0509

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

The application for a planning permit seeks approval for demolition of the existing buildings and construction of a seven storey mixed-use building (with three levels of basement) containing two food and drinks premises and dwellings (permit required for food and drinks premises only, operating 7am to 12 midnight, 7 days a week) and reduction of the car parking requirements.

Features of the proposal include:

Full demolition of all buildings and structures.
Two food and drinks premises are proposed (total 265sqm). One premises is orientated to Kerr Street with the other oriented to face Fitzroy Street. Both food and drinks premises are proposed to operate 7am to 12midnight, 7 days a week.
A total of 33 dwellings are proposed, comprising 11 x two bedroom apartments and 22 x three bedroom apartments, from ground level and above.
47 on site car parking spaces (45 for residential use, 2 for the food and drinks premises) are provided across 3 basement levels, accessed from Fitzroy Street.
52 bike spaces (38 resident spaces within Basement 2 and 3, 8 customer/visitor spaces at ground level and 6 staff spaces within Basement 2).

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: Michelle King
Phone: 9205 5333
Email: michelle.king@yarracity.vic.gov.au
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