A development application has been lodged for a Medium Density residential building to provide thirty eight (38) Multiple Dwellings located at 32-34 Lower Clifton Terrace, Red Hill.
– Named ‘XLendi Apartments’
– Mix of one (1) studios and two (2) bedroom apartments
– Ground level consists of nine apartments and 3 common areas
– Levels 1 to 2 consist of eleven apartments each
– Levels 3 provides five apartments and rooftop common area
– planterbox landscaping
– Apartment size range between 31sqm and 144sqm
– 3,330qm of GFA
– 779sqm (70%) of Site Cover
– 3-4 storeys in height (13m above NGL)
– Existing multiple dwelling houses removed
– 1105sqm Site Area (2 lot)
– 21 car parking (3 visitor spaces)
– 2 motorcycle parking
– 39 Bicycle parking
– Low–Medium Density ResidentialZone
– New Farm and Teneriffe Hill Neighbourhood Plan
– Impact Development
The planners at Urbis state, “The proposed development is to deliver housing choice and diversity through a ‘Build-to-Rent’ housing model which delivers inexpensive rental accommodation to assist key workers to find homes close to their employment. The proposed ‘Build-to-Rent’ use will contribute to delivering housing choice and diversity which is designed, built, and managed through long-term ownership and rental. The proposed accommodation will therefore be able to generate long-term rental income, rather than up-front sales and capital growth, driving an increased focus on secure residential tenancies and provision of desperately needed quality inexpensive housing”.
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The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged: 24 March 2022
– Council Reference: A005975016
– Address: 32-34 Lower Clifton Terrace, Red Hill
– Zone: Low–Medium Density Residential
– Neighbourhood Plan: Ithaca district
– Application Report: Urbis
– Design Drawings: Push Architects
– Landscape Drawings: Dunn + Moran
– Interactive Image: Google Streetview and Aerial
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