Three town houses to replace single dwelling

Isometric (JS Architects 2021, Dwg No. A105, Issue 2)

Plans to construct a multi-dwelling housing development comprising of three two-storey dwellings in Woy Woy will go on public exhibition on Friday, August 13.

The site at 138 Railway St currently contains a single-storey dwelling house, detached carport within the front setback, two detached garages within the rear setback and 13 trees interspersed throughout.

The proposed development seeks to demolish all existing structures and remove all 13 trees to enable the development of the three dwellings, each with vehicular and pedestrian access via a driveway from Railway St (with the exception of Townhouse 1 which has a separate pedestrian access from Railway St).

Each dwelling is provided with, at ground floor, garage parking for one (Townhouses 2 and 3) or two (Townhouse 1) cars, open-plan kitchen, dining and living connecting to a generous private open space, powder room and laundry.

There is some confusion over the number of bedrooms available in each dwelling with one report stating the housing would be comprised of one three-bedroom and two four-bedroom dwellings.

At the first floor, each dwelling is provided with three bedrooms with the exception of Townhouse 3 which benefits from an additional, fourth bedroom.

Each bedroom has either built-in or walk-in wardrobes and at least two bedrooms in each dwelling have access to an ensuite bathroom, with the exception of Townhouse 3 in which only one bedroom has access to an ensuite bathroom.

All bedrooms without an ensuite have access to a shared bathroom at the first floor.

However, another report filed by the applicant stated it was proposed to construct five three-bedroom dwellings and one four-bedroom dwelling.

Each of the dwellings in the proposed development is provided with ground level private open spaces.

All parking in the proposed development is located behind the building line where it will not be visible from the street.

The application will remain on public exhibition until September 10.

DA tracker, Aug 10
DA 62700/2021

1 Comment on "Three town houses to replace single dwelling"

  1. One to three is a good direction for getting more people to enjoy our area in modern housing.

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