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Please leave your details here to be kept informed on the progress of the development application for the site of the Essential Ingredient store at 731-735 Darling Street Rozelle.

The application proposes the construction of a four-storey shop-top housing development. Part of the existing heritage building would be demolished to make way for a new structure including: 370 m2 of retail floor space on the ground floor, and 16 residential units on levels 1 to 3; and 23 car spaces and a loading dock across the ground and basement levels.

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  • Michael Smith
    commented 2019-06-04 13:28:22 +1000
  • Sarah Watkins
    commented 2018-12-02 11:07:27 +1100
  • Jan Spencer
    commented 2017-11-19 14:58:27 +1100
    We must maintain our heritage buildings, businesses which also attract many visitors to our village and not replace much needed non residential space with high rise and developer greed.
  • Juliet Mutia
    commented 2017-11-18 09:06:59 +1100
  • Susan Welch
    commented 2017-11-17 15:02:38 +1100
  • Dione McDonald
    commented 2017-11-17 13:29:45 +1100
    Absolutely out of keeping with the area. AND traffic on Darling St. is already like a parking lot all week and weekend. With more units onto Darling St. it would be virtually impossible to enter Darling st. from the west.
  • Roberta Burgess
    commented 2017-11-17 11:57:50 +1100
    This is an over-development of this site and would add to the traffic congestion already existing in this area – especially when the old RSL site is developed as well.While the heritage facade and awnings would remain, this will entirely ruin the whole feel of the building …. leave it alone!

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