99 - 117 Islington Street, Collingwood

Permit number: PLN20/0693

The responsible authority won't make a decision before: Tuesday 16 March 2021

Council has received an application for the development of the land for the construction of a part 12 and part 14 storey building including roof top terrace / services (plus one level of basement) and a reduction of the car parking requirements associated with office and a retail premises. The use of part of the ground floor for a food and drinks premises requires a planning permit while the use of the remainder of the building for offices does not require a permit.

Features of the proposal include:



Demolition of all buildings on site (no permit required);
Construction of a part 12 and part 14 storey building with an overall max height of approx. 58.4 metres (height not including plant/services);
Offices have a net lettable floor area of approx. 19,400sqm and a ground floor food and drinks premises with a leasable floor area 186 sqm;
A total of 117 car spaces are provided within the basement level and at ground level; and
A total of 206 on-site bicycle spaces (186 employee and 20 visitor) and end-of-trip facilities are provided on the ground floor.

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:
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For more information

Contact: Laura Condon
Phone: 9205 5016
Email: Laura.Condon@yarracity.vic.gov.au
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