For the convenience of members of the public speaking on or in attendance for Item 4 – Development Application; 208-218 Riley Street, Surry Hills - D/2018/1451 and D/2018/1305 and Item 5 – Development Application; 208-218 Riley Street, Surry Hills - D/2018/1305, and to assist with deliberations, Items 4 and 5 were addressed at the same time.
The Panel granted consent to Development Application
No. D/2018/1305 subject to the conditions set out in Attachment
A to the subject report, subject to the following amendments
(additions shown in bold italics and deleted text shown in
(21) CONSTRUCTION TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN
(a) The Construction Traffic Management Plan submitted during the assessment of the application has not been approved by this consent.
(b) A Construction Traffic Management Plan
must be submitted to and approved by Council’s
Area Planning Manager/Area
Planning Coordinator Director City Planning, Development and
Transport prior to the issue of any Construction Certificate. The CTMP
must be prepared in accordance with Council’s requirements, located at –
and in consultation with the Transport for NSW Sydney Coordination Office.
(c) The CTMP must not permit vehicles parking on Lower Campbell Street that will inhibit vehicular ingress and egress from neighbouring properties.
(d) The development must be undertaken in accordance with the CTMP approved under (b) above.
Reasons for Decision
The application was approved for the following reasons:
(A) Subject to the approval of D/2018/1451, demolition, excavation and early works will not result in long term adverse visual impacts on the streetscape and therefore satisfy Clause 7.19 of the Sydney Local Environmental Plan 2012.
(B) The development is consistent with relevant planning policies and in the public interest.
(C) The development is consistent with the concept approval granted under D/2016/1177.
(D) Condition 21 was amended to require the Construction Traffic Management Plan to be submitted to Council’s Director City Planning, Development and Transport for approval. This was considered appropriate given the Director was present at the meeting and heard concerns raised by submitters in relation to the impact of construction works on neighbouring properties.
Mr Matt Sherman (resident), Mr Raz Szpalinski (resident), Mr Todd McAllistair (resident – on behalf of residents of The Darlington), Mr Tony Sheldon (resident) and Mr Tim Blythe (Urbis – on behalf of applicant).