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Quinns Rocks - Proposed Single House Addition (Balcony Extension) at 44 Glengyle Turn (DA2020/1469)

Community engagement has now closed. Comments were submitted from 20/11/2020 to 27/11/2020.


Proposed Single House Addition (Balcony Extension) at 44 Glengyle Turn, Quinns Rocks (DA2020/1469)

The above-mentioned development application is currently being advertised for public comment until 27 November 2020

The application proposes to install an extension to the upper level balcony. The balcony is proposed to be extended to the south-west and north-west, having a total length of 6.8m and width of 6m (in line with the existing patio structure underneath). The balcony is not proposed to extend to the south-eastern portion. The structure will be setback 4.3m to the east (as per the existing balcony), 9.4m to the south (rear) and 6.8m to the west. The balcony will be uncovered and is proposed to have wooden slat balustrading to match the existing balcony. In accordance with Cl.5.4.1 the Deemed-to-Comply controls of the Residential Design Codes (R-Codes), the required setback for unenclosed outdoor active habitable spaces should be 7.5m, or otherwise appropriately screened. Accordingly, the proposal is currently required to be assessed against the relevant design principles of the R-Codes. 

To  Comment

Submit your comments on this planning proposal using the online form below.  You can attach additional information (plan, diagrams, photographs etc) via this form.

Please note that for your feedback to be considered, your full contact details must be provided. This information will be treated as confidential and will not be published or linked to your comments in any public report on the outcomes of the consultation. The City will advise you of the progress of this proposal using the details you provide.

Online submission form

Following the conclusion of the consultation period the application will then proceed to be determined by the City's Administration.