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Heritage Impact Statement: 5 Park Avenue, Beecroft

Heritage Impact Statement: 5 Park Avenue, Beecroft

 

 

 

Author: Dr Sue Rosen and Liz Gorman

The objective of this report is to assess the heritage impact of the demolition of unsympathetic additions at the rear of the building and constructing a second story addition on the lot and it's impacts on the streetscape, Conservation area and the heritage items nearby. 5 Park Avenue Beecroft is located in the Plateau Precinct of the Beecroft-Cheltenham Heritage Conservation Area of the Hornsby Development...

Heritage Impact Statement: 67 Millett Street, Hurstville

Heritage Impact Statement: 67 Millett Street, Hurstville

 

 

Authors: Liz Gorman and Dr Sue Rosen

Client: Martin Pickrell Design

The Victorian Italiante Overdale in Millett Street, Hurstville was built in the late 1880's in a second release of the Dalmorton Estate subdivision. How could one resist buying a block of land with a sales pitch like this.... 

“Do you wish to enjoy the inestimable boon of good health? Do you wish to breathe the pure air of Heaven? Do you wish to feast...


Heritage Impact Statement: 29 Murray Road, Beecroft

Heritage Impact Statement: 29 Murray Road, Beecroft

 

Authors: Liz Gorman & Dr Sue Rosen

Client:  Pankaj and Rashi Singla

Infill development in the early 1970s saw this residence built at 29 Murray Rd. Up until then, the site was part of the garden of Maitai; the late 1890's property built by Albert Wachsmann at No.31. A native of New Zealand, Wachsmann named the property after the river that flowed through his hometown of Nelson.

A keen gardener, he laid out a formal garden around...

Heritage Assessment: 73 The Boulevarde, Dulwich Hill

Heritage Assessment: 73 The Boulevarde, Dulwich Hill

 

Authors: Dr Sue Rosen, Dr. Roy Lumby & Liz Gorman

Client: Alex Catania

This Californian-style bungalow was constructed by local buider William Mitchell in 1920. We know the date because Mitchell carved it into one of the sandstone blocks on the front verandah. Not only had this and a neighbouring 1920's bungalow been beautifully kept - retaining much of their original detailing - but their backyard had a good story; once home to a grand residence and some pretty grand personalities.

Our report documenting...


Epping community not alone in plight against overdevelopment

Epping community not alone in plight against overdevelopment

The Epping community are not alone in their plight to stop their irreplaceable heritage streetscapes being forcibly flattened in the name of 'progress'.

The following opinion piece by Aidan Anderson appears as first published in The Sydney Morning Herald, 5 July 2018.


Suffocating Sydneysiders rise up against overdevelopment

Look around Sydney and you’ll see battles being waged in nearly every suburb between residents’ action groups and the state government. From Penrith...

Fight to save heritage-listed Victorian cottage in Epping

Fight to save heritage-listed Victorian cottage in Epping

Over the past five months, Sue Rosen has been assisting the Epping Civic Trust in their plight to save a locally iconic heritage-listed cottage from demolition.

The Victorian cottage, built circa 1900, is located at 48 Oxford Street, Epping. The current development application proposes to demolish all the buildings at 44-48 Oxford Street to make way for a high-density apartment complex. 

The site is located in the 'Epping Town Centre Urban Activation Precinct'; an area...


Heritage Impact Statement: 35 Lenthall Street, Kensington

Heritage Impact Statement: 35 Lenthall Street, Kensington

 

Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Martin Pickrell

Client: idAbode

This Statement of Heritage Impact has been prepared to accompany a development application demolition of the existing dwelling at 35 Lenthall Street, Kensington.  It is not listed as a heritage item in Schedule 5 of Randwick (LEP) 2012. It is, however, located within the West Kensington Conservation Area.

 

 

Heritage Impact Assessment : 43 Macdonald Street Erskineville

Heritage Impact Assessment : 43 Macdonald Street Erskineville

 

Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Mr Martin Pickrell

Client: Architect: Ken Baird

This report assessed the heritage impact of subdivision, demolition of an intrusive element, construction of a new dwelling and restoration of an earlier dweiing in the Former Macdonaldtown Conservation Area in the City of Sydney LEP.


Heritage Impact Statement for 27 Mark Street, Hunters Hill

Heritage Impact Statement for 27 Mark Street, Hunters Hill

 

 

Author: Dr Sue Rosen

Client: Rescom Projects

This heritage impact statement comments on the impact on the heritage qualities of the Hunter's Hill Conservation Area and on nearby heritage listed residences of the demolition of the existing residence, identified as an intrusive element in the Conservation Area, and construction of a new more sympathetic residence.

Heritage Impact Statement: 16 Douglas Street, Clovelly

Heritage Impact Statement: 16 Douglas Street, Clovelly

 

 

Authors: Mr Nick Jackson, Archaeologist and Heritage Consultant, Mr Martin Pickrell, Architect and Heritage Consultant and Dr Sue Rosen, Historian and Heritage Consultant 

Client:  John Jabbour

The objective of this Heritage Impact Statement is to examine and advise on the heritage issues relating to the proposed demolition of the cottage at No. 16 Douglas Street, Clovelly. This cottage is listed as a heritage item of local significance and is subject to the...