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Council has received notification that the DA for Gladesville Bridge Marina (DA2019/0380 – 380 Victoria Road, Drummoyne) was lodged with City of Canada Bay Council.

The application seeks approval for alterations and additions to the Gladesville Bridge Marina berth layout to provide overall storage of 130 vessels, comprising 15 swing moorings and 115 floating berths.  The works include:

  • Removal of 29 swing moorings, retention of 15 swing moorings
  • Construction of 65 new floating berths – increasing the total number of berths from 50 to 115
  • Cessation of slipway activities
  • Demolition of slipway rails and demolition of the internal office mezzanine structure within the slipway area, and
  • Provision of 8 new valet car parking spaces

Due to the intended capacity and scope of works the DA is both ‘Designated Development’ and ‘Integrated Development’ under the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979. Due to the development being categorised as Designated Development, City of Canada Bay Council will assess the application but consent authority for the DA will be the Sydney Eastern City Planning Panel (formerly the JRPP).

The application is on exhibition from 15 January until the 28 February 2020 with all material available on City of Canada Bay Council’s website (https://www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au/eservices/da-tracker ) or a hard copy is available to view through our Customer Service Department between 8.30-4.30pm Monday to Friday, or on site at the Marina Office during opening hours.

Submissions should be made directly to City of Canada Bay Council by 28 February 2020, any further questions can be directed to Stuart Ardlie from Canada Bay Council’s Statutory Planning Services team on 9911 6457.

 

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