Demolition for Munro House will commence on 3 December 2021.
The steps for demolition include:
Site preparation (29 November)
Manual demolition (3 -13 December 2021)
Mechanical demolition (from 13 December 2021)
It is anticipated that demolition will be complete by approximately March 2022.
Demolition is allowed to proceed under a Notice of Commencement prior to the issuing of the Construction Certificate if all the relevant Development Consent conditions relating to demolition work are satisfied. All conditions of consent imposed by City of Sydney will be met.
The hours of operation for demolition are consistent with the Development Approval which are:
Monday to Friday – 7:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday – 7:30am – 3:30pm
A Works Zone has been approved by Council on Baroda Lane. The works zone will come into effect on 10 December 2021 and will be in place until completion. The work zone will not be used on Sundays and Public Holidays.
The Site Manager is Joseph Nakhoul from Ceerose Pty Ltd. He can be contacted on 0418 646 912 for any urgent site issues.
Commencement of removal of hazardous material
Ceerose wishes to inform nearby residents of the commencement of removal of hazardous material in accordance with Condition 57 of the consent at the Munro House Development: 11 – 13 Greenknowe Avenue, Elizabeth Bay.
The commencement date of the works will be on Monday 22 November 2021. The construction hours of work will be from 7:30am to 5:30pm on Mondays to Fridays, inclusive, and from 7:30am to 3:30pm on Saturdays, as per the Development Consent.
Ceerose, and their associated subcontractors, will make every effort to minimise any disruptions resulting from the construction activities.
They also kindly request that residents do not park their vehicles on Baroda Lane, for the duration of the demolition works.
Top Spring Australia is holding a number of information sessions for residents of surrounding buildings over the coming weeks. If you own, or live in one of the surrounding buildings and would like to attend your relevant session, please email us here, to RSVP and we’ll send you further details. Alternatively, if you live in another surrounding building that does not currently have an information session confirmed below, please reach out to us.
15-17 Greenknowe Avenue (online Zoom meeting)
Monday 1 November – 12pm – 1pm
Gazebo Court – 2A Baroda Street (online Zoom meeting)
Monday 1 November – 3pm – 4pm
9 Greenknowe Avenue (online Zoom meeting)
Tuesday 9 November – 3pm -4pm
7 & 8 Greenknowe Avenue (online Zoom meeting)
Wednesday 10 November – 1pm -2pm
Baroda Hall – 6A Birtley Place (in-person meeting)
Thursday 11 November – 1pm – 1:30pm – meeting at Baroda Hall for site walkover
1:30pm-2pm – in-person meeting
If you have any further questions, please get in touch.
Site works commencing – 13/10/2021
We are expecting that demolition of the existing vacant buildings on the site will commence in early November 2021, in line with our approved Development Application (DA/2020/337).
Taking a few months to complete, the demolition work will be carried out in accordance with the approved development consent conditions.
We will also be emailing members of the local community to update you on development progress and site works that may impact you over the course of the project’s construction.
Should you wish to receive these development updates, please contact us via the community email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can add you to our database. If you opt into our development updates, we will ensure you are provided with up-to-date advice on how construction works may impact you well in advance.
We will share your contact information with our recently appointed construction contractor, Ceerose Pty Limited, who will be managing the site, and together we will keep you abreast of any pertinent updates.
We will also be conducting further community information sessions for our adjacent neighbours over the coming weeks regarding the site’s construction methodology, and would like to invite you to please email us if you would like to be part of these sessions.
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