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Planning proposal Appendix 1 - Urban Context Report

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Planning Proposal and Voluntary planning Proposal: 8-10 Martin Avenue, 9 Bidjigal Road and 47-49 Bonar Street, Arncliffe - Appendix 1 - Urban Context Report on public exhibition from 26 November 2015 → 13 January 2016.

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Planning proposal Appendix 1 - Urban Context Report

  1. 1. URBAN DESIGN ANALYSIS
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  3. 3. Introduction5 Location 7 Context9 Overshadowing15 Building Envelope 17 Appendix; Adjacent Site: Wollongong St Adjacent Site: Bonar St CONTENTS 3 MODEDOCUMENT NAME
  4. 4. PACIFICHWY PACIFIC HW Y 4 MODE DOCUMENT NAME
  5. 5. This report has been prepared to support a planning proposal for the development of the subject property known as 10 Martin Avenue and 47-49 Bonar Street, Arncliffe. The purpose of this document is to present development opportunities within the context of the Rockdale Development Control Plan. It is the intention of the Village Building Company, who propose to develop the site to endorse and support the intent of the Rockdale City Council in their endeavours to “enhance the City’s primary centre”. In support of the above project, the following urban design context report seeks to identify the key context design influences on the subject site its environs and particularly the area known as the Bonar Street Precinct as identified in the Rockdale Development Control Plan 2011. INTRODUCTION The report addresses this task through an analysis of the existing conditions within the study area; consideration of the state and local policy context within which all existing and future development will take place; and explanation of proposed principles that will present the development within dynamic context of the Bonar Street Precinct. Through consideration of the proposed development opportunities against a series of context and design principles, the report aims to develop an understanding of the critical contextual design issues faced by the development site, and to formulate a series of key initiative as a vision that will support a desireable outcome and provide a positive impact in the public realm, and become a potential benchmark for on-going development within the area. 5 MODEDOCUMENT NAME
  6. 6. PUBLIC OPEN SPACE CENTRAL SQUARE EXISTING MATURE TREE DEVELOPABLE PORTION OF SITE 6 MODE DOCUMENT NAME
  7. 7. 10 MARTIN AVE (LOT C. DP158978) COUNCIL RESERVE (LOT 2309, DP1159612) COUNCIL RESERVE (LOT 2309, DP1159612) 47 BONAR ST (LOT 1. DP233666) 49 BONAR ST (LOT 2. DP233666) Location plans and boundaries The subject site contains two deliverable elements, a developable portion and a portion that must be provided as public open space as a park a ‘Central square’. LOCATION 7 MODEDOCUMENT NAME
  8. 8. PARK CENTRAL SQUARE DEEP SOIL PLANTING TO ALLOW LARGE SCALE PLANTING GROUND LEVEL ENGAGEMENT WITH THE CENTRAL SQUARE PARK BUILDING TO ADDRESS THE VIEW TERMINATION ON THE INTERSECTION CORNER 3 1 2 4 8 MODE DOCUMENT NAME
  9. 9. 1 2 3 4 CONTEXT 9 MODEDOCUMENT NAME
  10. 10. SUBJECT SITE VEHICULAR NETWORK PEDESTRIAN CYCLE NETWORK 10 MODE DOCUMENT NAME
  11. 11. VEHICULAR / PEDESTRIAN / CYCLE The additional roads provide a modified grid network ensuring that there are adequate opportunity for options in vehicular circulation, minimising the creation of rat runs and bottleneck streets. The pedestrian and cycle networks provide links to Arncliff station as well as offering new opportunities for commercial uses and new open spaces. CONTEXT Networks 11 MODEDOCUMENT NAME
  12. 12. PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN “Good design responds and contributes to its context.” Context can be defined as the key natural and built features of an area. Responding to context involves identifying the desirable elements of a location’s current character or, in the case of precincts undergoing a transition, the desired future character as stated in planning and design policies. New buildings will thereby contribute to the quality and identity of the area. “Good design recognises that together landscape and buildings operate as an integrated and sustainable system, resulting in greater aesthetic quality and amenity for both occupants and the adjoining public domain.” Landscape design builds on the existing site’s natural and cultural features in responsible and creative ways. It enhances the development’s natural environmental performance by co- ordinating water and soil management, solar access, micro- climate, tree canopy and habitat values. It contributes to the positive image and contextual fit of development through respect for streetscape and neighbourhood character, or desired future character. Landscape design should optimise useability, privacy and social opportunity, equitable access and respect for neighbours’ amenity, and provide for practical establishment and long term management. “Good design provides an appropriate scale in terms of the bulk and height that suits the scale of the street and the surrounding buildings.” Establishing an appropriate scale requires a considered response to the scale of existing development. In precincts undergoing a transition, proposed bulk and height needs to achieve the scale identified for the desired future character of the area. “Good design achieves an appropriate built form for a site and the building’s purpose, in terms of building alignments, proportions, building type and the manipulation of building elements.” Appropriate built form defines the public domain, contributes to the character of streetscapes and parks, including their views and vistas, and provides internal amenity and outlook. “Good design has a density appropriate for a site and its context, in terms of floor space yields (or number of units or residents).” Appropriate densities are sustainable and consistent with the existing density in an area or, in precincts undergoing a transition, are consistent with the stated desired future density. Sustainable densities respond to the regional context, availability of infrastructure, public transport, community facilities and environmental quality. “Good design makes efficient use of natural resources, energy and water throughout its full life cycle, includingconstruction.” Sustainability is integral to the design process. Aspects include demolition of existing structures, recycling of materials, selection of appropriate and sustainable materials, adaptability and reuse of buildings, layouts and built form, passive solar design principles, efficient appliances and reuse of water mechanical services, soil zones for vegetation and reuse of water. CONTEXT The following Design Quality Principles are taken directly from State Environmental Planning Policy No. 65 - Design Quality of Residential Flat Buildings. SCALE BUILT FORM DENSITY LANDSCAPE EFFICIENCY 12 MODE DOCUMENT NAME
  13. 13. “Good design optimises safety and security, both internal to the development and for the public domain.” This is achieved by maximising overlooking of public and communal spaces while maintaining internal privacy, avoiding dark and non-visible areas, maximising activity on streets, providing clear, safe access points, providing quality public spaces that cater for desired recreational uses, providing lighting appropriate to the location and desired activities, and clear definition between public and private spaces. “Good design responds to the social context and needs of the local community in terms of lifestyles, affordability, and access to social facilities.” New developments should optimise the provision of housing to suit the social mix and needs in the neighbourhood or, in the case of precincts undergoing transition, provide for the desired future community. New developments should address housing affordability by optimising the provision of economic housing choices and providing a mix of housing types to cater for different budgets and housing needs. “Good design provides amenity through the physical, spatial and environmental quality of a development.” Optimising amenity requires appropriate room dimensions and shapes, access to sunlight, natural ventilation, visual and acoustic privacy, storage, indoor and outdoor space, efficient layouts and service areas, outlook and ease of access for all age groups and degrees of mobility. Quality aesthetics require the appropriate composition of building elements, textures, materials and colours and reflect the use, internal design and structure of the development. Aesthetics should respond to the environment and context, particularly to desirable elements of the existing streetscape or, in precincts undergoing transition, contribute to the desired future character of the area. AMENITY SAFETY AESTHETICS SOCIAL 13 MODEDOCUMENT NAME
  14. 14. TERRACE STYLE HOUSING TERRACE STYLE HOUSING COMMUNITY PARK CENTRAL SQUARE PREFERRED LOCATION FOR COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL USES ORANGE INDICATES RESIDENTIAL FLAT BUILDING TERRACE STYLE HOUSING CONTEXT Precinct Plan 14 MODE DOCUMENT NAME
  15. 15. The subject site is within the Bonar Street Precinct as identified in the Rockdale Development Control Plan 2011. The precinct proposes a number of dynamic changes to the exisiting (industrial) fabric of this area with a primary emphasis on staged transformational change into a medium to high density residential precinct. The precinct plan identifies ares to be redeveloped as open space, public roads and areas of active frontage. This diagram proposes built form opportunities that may be possible subject to site amalgamation, and particularly emphasise where ther is a preference for the built form to address key frontages and corners. The existing LEP Floor space ratio 0.5 0.5 2 2 2 1 111 1 0.6 1.8 0.6 1.8 3.1 0.5 CONTEXT Local Envrionment Plan 15 MODEDOCUMENT NAME
  16. 16. PARK SUBJECT SITE VEHICULAR ACCESS PEDESTRIAN ACCESS PEDESTRIAN ACCESS 63-69 BONAR STREET 7 WOLLONGONG STREET 11 WOLLONGONG STREET CENTRAL SQUARE 45 BONAR STREET 16 MODE DOCUMENT NAME
  17. 17. 9am, 22 JUNE 12pm, 22 JUNE 3pm, 22 JUNE 9am, 22 JUNE 12pm, 22 JUNE 3pm, 22 JUNE OVERSHADOWING 6 BIDJIGAL BALCONY SHADOWING 17 MODEDOCUMENT NAME
  18. 18. BUILDING ENVELOPE; SETBACKS AND RELATIVE LEVELS BUILDING ENVELOPE; EXISTING AND PROPOSED OUTLINES 18 MODE DOCUMENT NAME
  19. 19. BUILDING ENVELOPE BUILDING ENVELOPE; EXISTING AND PROPOSED OUTLINES 19 MODEDOCUMENT NAME
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  21. 21. APPENDIX 21 MODEDOCUMENT NAME
  22. 22. 22 MODE DOCUMENT NAME SEAT (W BSE) SEAT (SSE) SEAT (SSE) TABLESETTIN G (TSD/A ) TABLESETTIN G (TSD/A ) SEAT (W BSE) north TABLESETTING(TSD/A) TABLESETTING(TSD/A) TABLESETTING(TSD/A) TABLESETTING(TSD/A) (CCQ) 10.28 5.49 TEL BEGA 8085 BEGA 8085 BEGA 8085 BEGA 8085 +9.00 +8.80 +8.45 +8.65 +9.10 J5000M AS4685 J2401 AS4685 J3503(Z11-3500) AS4685 J2591 AS4685 J45335 AS4685 J479 AS4685 J2825 AS4685 J2825 AS4685 J2871 AS4685 J2871 AS4685 J2871 AS4685 SEAT(W BSE) RAMP 1:14 RL 8.50 RL 7.50 RAMP 1:14 35.00 48.50 17.50 RL 10.20 RL 5.70 SITE BOUNDARY - EXTENT OF 'STAGE ONE' COMMUNITY PARK W ORKS MAX 1:20 MAX 1:20 STREET BONAR BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 BEGA 7960 SEAT (SSE) SEAT (SSE) SEAT (SSE) SEAT (SSE) SEAT (SSE) SEAT (SSE) (WBE) (WBE) (WBE) Uc Uc Uc Uc Uc Li Li Li Li as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as SEAT(W BSE) RL 8.30 +8.10 8.35+ POLE 1 POLE 2 POLE 3 POLE 4 POLE 5 POLE 6 POLE 7 POLE 8 POLE 9 POLE 10 8.10+ +8.45 +8.50 Uu Uu Uu Uu Uu Uu Uu PAVING DETAIL - STONE 'Type P1' Stylestone 40 'Dromana Grey' honed Þnish 400mm x 400mm Header/ Banding (REFER TO DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION) POLE TOP LUMINAIRE. BEGA 7960. (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) SEATING. TOWN PARK FURNITURE SSE/SS/A/AR3/LOG02 x 2.0m. (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) PUBLIC DOMAIN TABLE BENCH SETTING. TOWN PARK FURNITURE TSD/SS/WA x 2.0m. (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) RUBBISH BIN 'Emerdyn' WBE em224 (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) ELECTRIC BBQ. CHRISTIE PARKSAFE CCQ twin cooktop, triple module. (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) SHELTER. FLEETWOOD URBAN 'TARGA' (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) IN-SITU CONCRETE STEPS (REFER TO DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION) FLUSH CONCRETE EDGE (REFER TO DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION) STABLISED DECO. GRANITE PAVING (REFER TO DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION) IN-SITU CONCRETE STEPS (REFER TO DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION) FLUSH CONCRETE EDGE (REFER TO DETAILS AND SPECIFICATION) FLUSH CONCRETE EDGE (REFER TO DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION) PAVING DETAIL - STONE 'Type P1' Stylestone 40 'Dromana Grey' honed Þnish 300mm x 300mm Diamond pattern (REFER TO DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION) TACTILES (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) TACTILES (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) SHADE STRUCTURE (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) PLAYGROUND FENCING AND GATES (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) PLAYGROUND SOFTFALL (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE PAVING - 'Type P5' (REFER TO DETAILS) MASS PLANTING SCHEDULE B (REFER TO DETAIL, SCHEDULE SPECIFICATION) MASS PLANTING GRASSES (REFER TO DETAIL, SCHEDULE SPECIFICATION) TREE PLANTING (REFER TO DETAIL, SCHEDULE SPECIFICATION) SHRUB PLANTING (REFER TO DETAIL, SCHEDULE SPECIFICATION) MASS PLANTING SCHEDULE A (REFER TO DETAIL, SCHEDULE SPECIFICATION) PAVING DETAIL - STONE 'Type P1' Stylestone 40 'Colour to be determined' honed Þnish 300mm x 300mm Diamond pattern (REFER TO DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION) RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE PAVING - 'Type P5' (REFER TO DETAILS) BONAR STREET STAGE TWO COMMUNITY PARKLAND SCALE: DATE: DWG: ISSUE:LANDSCAPE PLAN BONAR STREET STAGE TWO COMMUNITY PARKLAND IS0085PC1 north 0 5 10m11:100 @ B1 MASS PLANTING GRASSES (235m2) (Poa poiformis 'Courtney') @ 0.3m spacing MASS PLANTING (350m2) (REFER TO SCHEDULE B) MASS PLANTING (170m2) (REFER TO SCHEDULE A) KEY STABLISED DECO. GRANITE PAVING (REFER TO DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION) 23.31 EXISTING LEVELS (INDICATIVE) PROPOSED LEVELS (INDICATIVE)+ 29.00 UNIT PAVING 'TYPE P1' (REFER TO DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION) EXTENT OF SAND SOFTFALL (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) EXTENT OF WETPOUR SOFTFALL (REFER TO SPECIFICATION) 'ECOLOC' PAVING (REFER TO DETAIL SPECIFICATION) SEPTEMBER 2012 Altd ACN Avenue Ph/Fax:+612 www.isthmus.com.au Email:landscape@isthmus.com.au 9528 isthmus pty 21 Central 4903 107362149 Como 2226 MULCH (DEPTH 75mm). FORM SHALLOW DISH TO BASE OF EACH PLANT. NATIVE MASS PLANTING NTS NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SPREAD IMPORTED SOIL CONDITIONER TO DEPTH OF 100MM (AS4454). 150mm PLANTS AS SPECIFIED. REFER TO PLANT SCHEDULE AND SPEC. FOR PLANTING DENSITIES. CULTIVATE SUBGRADE TO DEPTH OF 200mm. INSTALL AND BACKFILL WITH IMPORTED SOIL CONDITIONER. PLANTS AS SPECIFIED. REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR LOCATIONS. GARDEN BED PLANTING NTS NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION CULTIVATE ORGANIC GARDEN MIX (4419) TO EXISTING SOIL TO A DEPTH OF 300mm. TOP OF ROOT BALL TO BE FLUSH WITH FINISHED GRADE OF GARDEN SOIL. RIP SUBGRADE TO MIN. DEPTH OF 100mm. MULCH (AS4454) (DEPTH 75mm). FORM SHALLOW DISH TO BASE OF PLANT / TREE. MIN.100MM COMPACTED ROADBASE TO ENG. SPECIFICATION. DECOMPOSED GRANITE PAVING NTS NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION COMPACTED SUBGRADE COMPACTED DECOMPOSED GRANITE PAVING. MIN 40MM. COLOUR GOLDFALL MIN. 1:100 RIP SUBGRADE TO MIN. DEPTH OF 100mm. EXCAVATE EXISTING SOIL TO A DEPTH EQUIVALENT TO DEPTH OF ROOT BALL AND MIN. 3 X WIDTH OF ROOT BALL. TREE AS SPECIFIED. REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR LOCATIONS. TOP OF ROOT BALL TO BE FLUSH WITH FINISHED GRADE OF GARDEN SOIL. HARDWOOD STAKES (50X50X1800mm) HESSIAN TIE - TIED IN 'FIGURE-8' AND STAPLED TO STAKES TREE PLANTING NTS NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION MULCH (AS4454) (DEPTH 75mm). FORM SHALLOW DISH TO BASE OF PLANT / TREE. BACKFILL SOIL FOR DEPTH LESS THAN 300MM FROM TOP OF ROOT BALL . 30% IMPORTED TOPSOIL (AS 4419) 60% COARSE SAND 10% ORGANIC MATTER LIGHT COMPACTION. DO NOT SPREAD OVER ROOTBALL BACKFILL SOIL FOR DEPTH GREATER THAN 300MM FROM TOP OF ROOT BALL . 40% IMPORTED TOPSOIL (AS 4419) 60% COARSE SAND LIGHT COMPACTION. Wolli Creek and Bonar Street Precinct PDP 2009 Asphalt surface course (AC 5) 15mm Asphalt subsurface course (AC 10) 30mm Stone paving as specified Mortar 30mm 150mm concrete base to engineers details SL72 mesh, centrally located to engineers detail 100mm compacted FCR to engineers detail Compacted subrade to engineers detail 3mm nominal joints with filling sand as specified 10015030 Typical Section Paving Footpath PAVING DETAIL - STONE 1:20 FIGURE 4.14 NTS NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SECTION PAVING - 'Type P1' PUBLIC DOMAIN Reproduced from 'Wolli Creek and Bonar Street Precinct - Public Domain Technical Manual - 2011' NTS NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SECTION INSITU CONCRETE STEPS PUBLIC DOMAIN Reproduced from 'Wolli Creek and Bonar Street Precinct - Public Domain Technical Manual - 2011' Wolli  Creek  and  Bonar  Street  Precinct  PDP  May  2011 116 350 190 150 Number of treads varies 300 130 300 Paving to detail Precast concrete stair modules to detail Cast insitu concrete base stair to support precast stair modules to engineers detail 30mm mortar bed Paving to detail 8mm sealant joint with backing rod at base of stairs 8mm sealant joint with backing rod at base of stairs 5mm chamfered edge on each stair module Brick slot drain 5mm chamfered edge Carborundum strip (see insert) Tactile indicator to AS1428.4 Tactile indicator to AS1428.4 FALL 2% MAX 150 300 Reinforced insitu concrete steps over compacted subgrade 8mm sealant joint with backing rod at top and bottom of stairs Paving as specified (tactile indicator to AS 1428.4) tooled, non-slip nosing to each tread Subgrade to engineers detail Tactile indicator to AS 1428.4 PROVIDE JOINTS TO KERB AT 3M CTS. 175mm EXPOSED AGGREGATE FINISH TO EXPOSED SURFACE COMPACTED BASECOURSE MATERIAL TO 75mm. GARDEN AREA SOFTFALL 5mm RADIUS FLUSH CONCRETE EDGE NTS NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION 300mm Shrubs Acacia myrtifolia Myrtle Wattle 1 28 150mm 1m Banksia spinulosa Hairpin Banksia 0.9 28 150mm 1m Callistemon viminalis 'Little John' Weeping Bottlebrush 0.9 28 150mm 1m Melaleuca thymifolia Thyme Honey-myrtle 0.75 28 150mm 1m Groundcovers and Scramblers Hardenbergia violacea False Sarsaparilla N/A 20 150mm 0.3m Hibbertia scandens Golden Guinea Flower N/A 20 150mm 0.3m Grasses and Accents Dichelachne micrantha Plume Grass 1 160 150mm 0.3m Doryanthes excelsa Gymea Lily 1.5 35 25L 10m Echinopogon caespitosus Hedgehog Grass 1 160 150mm 0.3m Imperata cylindrica var. major Blady Grass 1 160 150mm 0.3m Microlaena stipoides Weeping Grass 0.3 160 150mm 0.3m Poa afÞnis Tussock Grass 1 160 150mm 0.3m NOTES: 1. SPACING TO BE TOTAL OF 3 PLANTS PER 1M2 FOR GOUNDCOVERS AND GRASSES. 1 PLANT PER 3M2 FOR SHRUBS. 2. DISTRIBUTE SPECIES EVENLY THROUGHOUT PLANTING AREA TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERINTENDENT. 3. TOTAL AREA = 350m2. MASS PLANTING SCHEDULE B BOTANICALNAME COMMONNAME MATUREHEIGHT(M) QUANTITY SIZE STAKING NOTES: 1. SPACING TO BE TOTAL OF 3 PLANTS PER 1M2 FOR GOUNDCOVERS AND GRASSES. 2. DISTRIBUTE SPECIES EVENLY THROUGHOUT PLANTING AREA TO THE SATISFACTION OF THE SUPERINTENDENT. 3. TOTAL AREA = 170m2. MASS PLANTING SCHEDULE A BOTANICALNAME COMMONNAME MATUREHEIGHT(M) QUANTITY SIZE STAKING Groundcovers and Scramblers Hardenbergia violacea False Sarsaparilla N/A 80 150mm 0.3m Hibbertia scandens Golden Guinea Flower N/A 80 150mm 0.3m Grasses and Accents Dichelachne micrantha Plume Grass 1 80 150mm 0.3m Doryanthes excelsa Gymea Lily 1.5 35 25L 10m Echinopogon caespitosus Hedgehog Grass 1 80 150mm 0.3m Imperata cylindrica var. major Blady Grass 1 80 150mm 0.3m Microlaena stipoides Weeping Grass 0.3 80 150mm 0.3m Poa afÞnis Tussock Grass 1 80 150mm 0.3m Trees Uu Cupaniopsis anacardioides Tuckeroo 10 - 15m 3.5 - 6m 7 200L YES Li Lagerstroemia indica 'Yuma' Crepe Mrytle 3 - 5m 2.0 - 3.5m 4 200L YES Uc Ulmus chinensis Chinese Elm 10 - 15m 6 - 10m 5 200L YES Shrubs as Acmena smithii ‘Cherry Surprise’ Lillypilly 1.5 - 3m 1.5m 62 25L YES Grasses and Accents Poa poliformis'Courtney' Tussock Grass 0.6m 0.6m 780 150mm N/A BOTANICALNAME COMMONNAME MATUREHEIGHT(M) QUANTITY SIZE STAKING PLANT SCHEDULE MATURESPREAD(M) Wolli  Creek  and  Bonar  Street  Precinct  PDP  May  2011 100mm concrete to engineers details Finish - colour oxide as specified - shotblast as specified SL62 mesh centrally located to engineers detail 50mm granular bedding to engineers detail Compacted subgrade to engineers detail NTS NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SECTION RECYCLED AGGREGATE CONCRETE PAVING - 'Type P5' PUBLIC DOMAIN Reproduced from 'Wolli Creek and Bonar Street Precinct - Public Domain Technical Manual - 2011' - Drawing is to be read in conjunction with speciÞcation. - Setout of play equipment, fencing and shade structure by VIVA Recreation. - Drawing and speciÞcation are not for construction. - Design is based on indicative levels and survey information. - Final design is subject to detailed topographic site survey. - Plant selection is subject to Sydney Airport Corporation Limited approval. NOTES APPENDIX 1 / PARK TO BE DELIVERED BY VILLAGE BUILDING COMPANY
  23. 23. 23 MODEDOCUMENT NAME APPENDIX 2 / SITE SURVEY AND EXISTING SERVICES
  24. 24. 24 MODE DOCUMENT NAME APPENDIX 3 / ADJACENT SITE 45 BONAR STREET
  25. 25. 25 MODEDOCUMENT NAME APPENDIX 4 / ADJACENT SITE - 7 WOLLONGONG STREET
  26. 26. 26 MODE DOCUMENT NAME APPENDIX 5 / ADJACENT SITE - 7-11 WOLLONGONG STREET
  27. 27. 27 MODEDOCUMENT NAME Suite 1.04 77 Dunning Ave Rosebery NSW 2018 : 612 9318 9200 : 612 9318 9222 : www.bka.com.au :bka@bka.com.au PROJECT # DWG # REVISION DATE # SCALE DRAWN CHKD CLIENT PROJECT ADDRESS ISSUE DATE REVISION DWG John Kavanagh Reg.5999 Bonar St precinct study Vortex Constructions Pty. Ltd. 14003 SK 100 Feb 2014 NTS NC JK B 63-69 Bonar St + 27 Booth St, Arncliffe Residential Development DA Submission13/5/14A B 27/8/14 Revised submission to Council Balcony 20 sq m Balcony 18.8 sq m Balcony 4.1 sq mBalcony 14.7 sq m Balcony 8 sq m Balcony 8 sq m Balcony 12.4 sq m Living/ Dining 4000 x 6160 R R R Study S 3.7m3 R R R Study S 3.7m3 R R R Study S 3.7m3 R R R Study S 3.7m3 R R R Study S 3.7m3 F Ens R Balcony F Ens Kitchen R Balcony Bath Ens R Study F R Bed 3000 x 3600 Bed 3000 x 53003.4m2 Balcony 3.4m2 Balcony Bed 3000 x 5300 Bed 3000 x 3600 Ens 3.9m2 Bath 4.5m2 Bath 4.5m2 Ens 3.9m2 Bed 3000 x 3600 Bed 3000 x 53003.4m2 Balcony Ens 3.9m2 Bath 4.5m2 Bed 3000 x 3600 Bed 3000 x 53003.4m2 Balcony Ens 3.9m2 Bath 4.5m2 3.4m2 Balcony Bed 3000 x 5300 Bed 3000 x 3600 Bath 4.5m2 Ens 3.9m2 Bed 3600 x 3000 Bed 3600 x 3000 8m2 6.3m2 Balcony 6.5m2 Living/ Dining 4200 x 6920 Kitchen 3000 x 2400 S 5.2m3 Bed 3600 x 4700 Bed 2900 x 3600 4m3 4.5m3 Living/ Dining 5300 x 6160 Kitchen 3760 x 2400 R R R Study S 3.7m3 Bed 3000 x 3600 Bed 3000 x 53003.4m2 Balcony Ens 3.9m2 Bath 4.5m2 3.9m2 3360 x 2300 S 3m3 Living/ Dining 5300 x 6160 Roof to Stair 1 S 3m3 1.3m3 RR Ldy Bath 4.5m2 Ens 4.4m2 F Kitchen 3300 x 2500 Bed 3000 x 4300 Bed 3000 x 6050 S 10m3 Study F R Courtyard 20.2 sq m Courtyard 15.6 sq m Courtyard 11.3 sq m Courtyard 16.3 sq m Courtyard 14.9 sq m Courtyard 12.9 sq m Courtyard 16.3 sq m Courtyard 29.3 sq m Courtyard 68.1 sq m Courtyard 61.3 sq m Courtyard 30.5 sq m R WC F R Ldy WC F Ldy F Ldy WC Ldy WC F Ldy WC F Ldy WC F C Stair 3 Lift F S F RR ServicesF R Study Bath Living/ Dining 4000 x 6750 4.6m2 F Living/ Dining/ Kitchen Bed Bath 3600 x 6200 3000 x 3600 4.5m2 R S 4m3 S 2m3 Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 4045 x 6200 Bed 4140 x 3500 Bath 5.8m2 Ldy Living/ Dining 5920 x 5410 Kitchen 3500 x 2200 Ldy Kitchen 2200 x 3100 Living/ Dining 4500 x 5700 Bath 4.5m2 S 3.8m3 4.1m3 4000 x 5640 Bed 4000 x 3600 Ldy Bath 4.5m2 S 2m3 F Living/ Dining 4000 x 6000 Bed 3000 x 3600 R Kitchen 2900 x 2300 Bath 5.1m2 Kitchen 3350 x 2550 Bed 3000 x 3600 S 6.8m3 Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 4000 x 5640 Bed 4000 x 3600 Ldy Bath 4.5m2 S 2m3 Ldy Bath 4.5m2 Ens 4.4m2 Living/ Dining 5300 x 6800 F Kitchen 3300 x 2500 Kitchen 2500 x 2600 Kitchen 2500 x 2600 Kitchen 2500 x 2600 Kitchen Kitchen 2500 x 2600 Kitchen 2500 x 2600 2200 2000 Basement line below 2255 Residential flat building Entry Ldy Living/ Dining/ Kitchen Ldy S 1.5m3 S 1.5m3 S 1.5m3 Stair 1 Bed 3000 x 4300 Bed 3000 x 6050 S 5.1m3 F Study R R Bath 4.8m2 Ens 4.9m2 Bed 3000 x 4300 Bed 3000 x 6050 Study Ldy S 7m3 Study Ldy S 4.3m3 void 1.8m high timber batten masonary fence to all couryards Balcony 9.1 sq m Balcony 6.9 sq m void 2700 Street Widening 5000 3000 5000 Street Setback SideSetback Upto3Storeys 6000 SideSetback Street Setback Newboundary37223 Boundary 67257 Boundary20720 Boundary 53678 Boundary17405 Boundary 13715 B DA301 B DA301 A DA300 A DA300 Existingboundary37210 Adjacent Boundary Adjacent Boundary Adjacent Boundary Adjacent Boundary Adjacent Boundary Adjacent Boundary 5000 Balcony 18m2 Living/ Dining 6300 x 5200 Kitchen 3090 x 2200 F S7.6m2 Bed 3600 x 3000 Bed 3600 x 3000 Ldy Ens 4.7m2 Bath 5m2 R R Balcony 18m2 Living/ Dining 6300 x 5200 Kitchen 3090 x 2200 F S 7.6m2 Bed 3600 x 3000 Bed 3600 x 3000 Ldy Ens 4.7m2 Bath 5m2 R R Balcony 18m2 Living/ Dining 6300 x 5200 Kitchen 3090 x 2200 F S 7.6m2 Bed 3600 x 3000 Bed 3600 x 3000 Ldy Ens 4.7m2 Bath 5m2 R R Balcony 18m2 Living/ Dining 6300 x 5200 Kitchen 3090 x 2200 F S7.6m2 Bed 3600 x 3000 Bed 3600 x 3000 Ldy Ens 4.7m2 Bath 5m2 R R Balcony Living/Dining Kitchen F Bed R R S Ens 3.9m2 Bath 4.8m2 Ldy Bed Study C Lift Waste Room CLift Waste Room Balcony Living/ Dining 6300 x 4000 Kitchen 2200 x 3200F Bed R R S 2.2m3 Ens 3.9m2 Bath 4.8m2 Ldy 4600 x 3600 Bed 7550 x 3000 Balcony 18m2 Living/ Dining 6300 x 5200 Kitchen 3090 x 2200 F S 7.6m2 Bed 3600 x 3000 Bed 3600 x 3000 Ldy Ens 4.7m2 Bath 5m2 R Balcony 18m2 Living/ Dining 6300 x 5200 Kitchen 3090 x 2200 F S7.6m2 Bed 3600 x 3000 Bed 3600 x 3000 Ldy Ens 4.7m2 Bath 5m2 R R R R R Study S 3.7m3 R R R Study S 3.7m3 R R R Study S 3.7m3 R R R Study S 3.7m3 R R R Study S 3.7m3 Bed BedBalcony Balcony Bed Bed Ens Bath Ens Bed BedBalcony Ens Bath Bed BedBalcony Ens Bath Balcony Bed Bed Bath Ens R R R Study S 3.7m3 R R R Study S 3.7m3 Balcony Bed Bed Bath Ens PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT 63-69 BONAR STREET Site Plan 1:500 @A3 1 View from Booth street 2 2 Glass blocksCorner Element 25 Booth Street Further study has been conducted to investigate the potential development for 10 Bidjigal Street (currently occupied by Jetmaster Fireplace). This indicative solution demonstrate that it is possible to resolve the interface between the two sites to produce a building that a) sits comfortably with the subject proposal b) Allows a strong architectural expression to the corner c) provide a strong urban design streetscape d) reinforce a transition in scale for the changed in the zoning Strong corner architectural expression Strongarchitecturalstreetrhythm 21m height limit Stepping scale 12m height limit Stepping scale Stepping scale Careful planning of corner to ensure good visual and acoustic privacy (SEPP65 compliant) Indicative solution only SUBJECT SITE Terraces along Bonar Street Indicative solution only APPENDIX 6 / ADJACENT SITE - 63-69 BONAR STREET, 27 BOOTH STREET

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