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Heritage Assessment: 73A The Boulevarde, Dulwich Hill

Heritage Assessment: 73A The Boulevarde, Dulwich Hill

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 the outcome of the heritage assessment was used to successfully impose an Interim...

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...

Archaeological Potential Assessment - 280 Beames Avenue Mount Druitt

Archaeological Potential Assessment - 280 Beames Avenue Mount Druitt

 

 

Authors: Ms Karyn McLeod and Dr Sue Rosen

Client: Saurez Drafting and Design

This report assesses the likley impact of development of the site disturbing relics associated with the nearby railway.

Heritage Assessment of 24 Dudley Avenue Roseville - the home and studio of Artist Photographer Harold Cazneaux

Heritage Assessment of 24 Dudley Avenue Roseville - the home and studio of Artist Photographer Harold Cazneaux

 

 

Authors: Dr. Sue Rosen and Dr Roy Lumby

Client: Ku-ring-gai Council

An Interim Heritage Order had been placed on the house after the discovery of the Cazneaux connection. This report investigates the significance of the house in the light of the Cazneaux connection.

Heritage Impact Statement for 37A Bundarra Avenue , Wahroonga

Heritage Impact Statement for 37A Bundarra Avenue , Wahroonga

 

Author: Dr Sue Rosen

Client: Thrum Architects

This heritage impact statement comments on the impact of the subdivision of the study site on the heritage values of the Wahroonga Conservation Area.

Statement of Heritage Impact: 88 & 92 Broughton Street and 7 & 9 Ruzac Street, Campbelltown

Statement of Heritage Impact: 88 & 92 Broughton Street and 7 & 9 Ruzac Street, Campbelltown

 

 

Author: Dr Sue Rosen

Client: Ardesign

The objective of this Statement of Heritage Impact is to examine the impact of a proposed medium density townhouse development at Nos. 7 and 9 Ruzac Street and Nos. 88 and 92 Broughton Street, Campbelltown on the heritage property, "St Elmo", at No. 94 Broughton Street, Cambelltown. This report will assess the impact on the heritage curtilage of "St Elmo", which is a scheduled heritage item...

Heritage Advice Re: Lighting of the Glennifer Brae, Keriaville

Heritage Advice Re: Lighting of the Glennifer Brae, Keriaville

Author: Dr Sue Rosen

Client: Wollongong City Council

Advice to inform Wollongong Council of the heritage issues associated with the implementation of a new lighting plan at Glennifer Brae, a heritage item of State Significance in the Wollongong LGA.

St Paul's Anglican Church Bankstown Heritage Assessment

St Paul's Anglican Church Bankstown Heritage Assessment

 

Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Dr Roy Lumby

Client: Bankstown City Council

An Interim Heritage Order was placed on St Pauls and this study reviews evidence and provides documentation for listing on the Bankstown LEP.

Bankstown Supplementary Heritage Assessments - Bankstown - Panania - Padstow

Bankstown Supplementary Heritage Assessments - Bankstown - Panania - Padstow

 

 

Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Mr Nick Jackson

Client: Bankstown City Council

 

This study reviewed the heritage significance of five sites previously idetified as being potentially significant.

Heritage Impact Statement for 2 Chelmsford Avenue, Epping

Heritage Impact Statement for 2 Chelmsford Avenue, Epping

 

 

Author: Dr Sue Rosen

Client:  Mr Tom Veeveers and Rex Farr of Homes by Design

The object of this Heritage Impact Statement is to comment on the heritage impact of demolition of an existing contemporary outbuilding and garden shed and the construction of a secondary dwelling to the rear of 2 Chelmsford Avenue which is located in the Eastwood Epping Conservation Area and has been identified as contributing to the significance of...