- DBRA AGM Tuesday 9th April 2019 6pm Woollahra Library, Kiaora Lane, Double Bay
- ADD YOUR VOICE – WOOLLAHRA ‘YOUR SAY’ ONLINE NOW
- Objection to DA 589/2017/1 24-26 Bay street Double Bay
- OBJECTION TO DA 617/2017/1 28-34 Cross Street, Double Bay
- DBRA AGM 10 April 6.30pm Woollahra Library – drinks provided
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Please come along and listen to what we have been working on this financial year. Drinks provided!
Woollahra Council is asking for resident opinions on the future of the area. Please register and add your comments: https://yoursay.woollahra.nsw.gov.au DBRA is passionate about: *NO HIGH RISE – keep height limits at current levels, 4 storeys *PARKING *KEEP CROSS STREET … Continue reading
Please find attached our latest submission addressing our concerns for the DA 589/2017/1 24-26 Bay Street Double Bay. The General Manage9 Untitled attachment 00044
Please find the DBRA submission Ref: DA 617/2017/1 28-34 Cross Street, Double Bay 2028 3834_001
Double Bay Residents’ Association Invites all members and their partners to: The AGM Tuesday 10 April 2018 from 6.30 to 8pm Woollahra Council Library Kiaora Lane, Double Bay to be followed by drinks and general discussion RSVP email@example.com by 6th … Continue reading
Please find attached the DBRA submission objecting to many aspects of the DA25/2018/1 for 49-53 Bay Street Double Bay. 49-53 Bay Street The General Manag10 (rev) img20180302_15522046
Please find attached, a copy of the Association’s submission on the above DA (with its annexure). We believe the development, if it went ahead, would have impacts on buildings such as 290, New South Head Road, “Overthorpe”, “St Neots” and … Continue reading
We attach Double Bay Residents Association Inc’s objection to the above DA together with its Annexure “A”. 21-27 Bay Street img20180316_12284913
Please find attached DBRA’s submission The General Manage8 img20171117_17444748
Please see the published judgment on a DA for 12-16 William St, Double Bay – The Land & Environment Court dismissed the developer’s appeal. The Commissioner’s judgment quotes at length from Malcolm Young’s evidence on behalf of DBRA.