The independent Planning Assessment Commission is ready to decide on a proposal, submitted by Mirvac, for a new commercial precinct at the Australian Technology Park in Eveleigh.
The development proposal includes the construction of three mixed use buildings, ranging from four to nine storeys in height. Their primary purpose will be commercial and will also include retail, community space, child care uses, a gym and associated car parking.
The New South Wales Department of Planning and Environment referred its final assessment report to the Commission, recommending that it approve the proposal.
However, the Commission's ultimate decision will be based on how the development responds to a number of strict conditions, which were raised and implemented during the development's consultation stage.
“Consultation with the community is enshrined into the process for assessing applications like these,” a spokesperson from the Department said.
“The Commission will now consider the Department’s report and recommended conditions as well as community submissions to make a final decision.”
These issues have been addressed in the Department’s assessment by recommending strict conditions in response, including: