A development application has been lodged Club, located at 39 Argyle Street, Albion.
Designed by City Projects Office the proposal is for internal refurbishment of two (2) existing Council buildings for the purposes of establishing a new Men’s Shed facility, which will be the repair and maintenance of small, non-motorised and wooden vessels operated by the Dragon Boating Club and the Breakfast Creek Boating Club.
– Internal refurbishment of existing buildings
– Internal fit-out for boat maintenance and repair
– 525sqm of combined GFA (224sqm and 301sqm)
– Maintained maximum building height (6.2m)
No works are proposed to the water corridor vegetation, no filling or excavation on the site and the proposal will retain the existing access arrangements. No car parking spaces have been provided, with 26 on-street car park spaces (including 2 disability spaces) as well as vehicle access provided to Argyle Street.
According to the planners at the City Projects Office, “the purposes of a men’s shed for the repair and maintenance of non-motorised and wooden boats. The use of the site will support local boating clubs, including the Breakfast Creek Boating Club, and provide activation of an under-utilised site”.
The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged: 19 December 2017
– Council Reference: A004819494
– Address: 39 Argyle Street, Albion
– Zone: Open Space (Metropolitan)
– Neighbourhood Plan: Albion
– Town Planning Report: City Projects Office
– Architecture Drawings: City Projects Office
– Interactive Image: Google Streetview
Source: Information, Drawings and Images
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