23 Fisher Road, Dee Why


The redevelopment of the site was approved for proposes a new 130 residential unit complex with the adaptive re-use of a heritage item known as Pacific Lodge for commercial purposes. The subject site is located within the strategic centre of Dee Why adjoining civic uses such as the Dee Why Library and northern beaches Council Dee Why Campus. The development provides a high-quality design which responds appropriately to the transitioning context of the area as well as the undulating terrain of the site. Furthermore, the development will contribute to achieving strategic objectives of the North District Plan through providing additional housing in close proximity to public transport and mixed use strategic centres.

Scope of Works

Mecone provided a number of urban planning services in relation to the project which included the following:

  • Undertaking a Pre-DA meeting on behalf of Rose Group
  • Preparing a Statement of Environmental Effects to support the development application
  • Preparing two Clause 4.6 variation statements to vary requirements of the Local Environmental Plan
  • Successful lodgement and approval of the DA with Council
  • Authoring of several submissions in relation to various LEP and DCP amendments proposed during the development process by Council.

Project Facts

Client: Rose Group

LGAs: Northern Beaches

Size: 129 residential units

Value: $70M+

Sector: Residential

Service: Development application and strategic planning submissions

Team Members

Image courtesy of Rose Group

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