Two more townhouse proposals for Warrah St
Central Coast Council has received two more applications to build three-townhouse gun-barrel developments in Warrah St, Ettalong.
The applications for the townhouses at 16 and 21 Warrah St follow an application for a similar development at 18 Warrah St in March.
As with the previous proposal, both applications were prepared by planning consultants Clarke Dowdle and Associates and based on plans prepared by Knight Mapleton Design Partners.
Both developments are costed at $600,000.
Both application seeks consent for the demolition of the existing dwelling and the erection of three three-bedroom town-houses with front courtyard fencing.
Vehicular access is proposed "via central driveway" to separate garages provided for each unit.
The proposed units provide sufficient areas to store mobile waste collection bins away from the street and clothes drying areas that would be screened from other dwellings and the public domain.
Neither application complies with minimum lot size requirements or setbacks.
Both exceed the maximum length of a building of 25 metres.
The proposal for 16 Warrah St also fails to meet minimum open space requirement for two of the units, providing only 20 square metres and 24 square metres, instead of the required 50 square metres.
Both applications site numerous multi-dwelling precedents, which they claim have "the same design scale, height, setbacks, site cover and parking".
DA Tracker, 30 Apr 2021
DA61592, DA61386, Central Coast Council