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UPDATE 1 The development application for All Saints Church has been advertised by North Sydney Council to seek comments and feedback from residents. The advertising period has now closed and the application is being considered by a planning officer. … Continue reading
All Saints Church on Carter Street was built in 1923 and is listed in the NSW Heritage register. It is a representative example of inter-war suburban church which illustrates, through its own development, the growth of the area. A … Continue reading
It is now 2 years since our Public Meeting on 14 September 2010 with Council, RTA and our State MP PROGRESS AND MAJOR ACTIONS SINCE UPDATE #4 dated March 2012 19 OCTOBER 2012 – Meeting between RMS *(RTA) and residents … Continue reading
The NSW Government released ‘A New Planning System for New South Wales’ – Green Paper on 14 July 2012. It outlines major changes to the planning system and will result in reforms across a number of areas. The NSW Department of Planning is calling for … Continue reading
Rare views from Miller Street towards Norths. Taken when the two blocks in between were cleared for redevelopment. Taken Nov 2009
A view of the old BP Service Station site before redevelopment into a new shop/residential block. Note that the contaminated soil round the fuel tanks has been removed. Picture taken November 2009
At its meeting on 26 March 2012, North Sydney Council resolved to forward a Planning Proposal for the Parraween Street Car Park (106 Parraween Street) and the adjoining Early Childhood Health Centre (4-6 Langley Avenue) in Cremorne, to the Department … Continue reading
Help shape the direction of North Sydney by telling us what you think. In collaboration with North Sydney Council and the Property Council of Australia, Urbis has been engaged to undertake a Research Study to assess the current status and future … Continue reading
Another tree has fallen victim to the strong winds recently. At least four stumps have appeared in Carter Street where a thunderstorm cell passed over – this one outside the church.
The Carter Street Herb garden continues to defy the vandals and the weather. Perhaps some labels could be added – to avoid a culinary surprise!