Lutwyche Set for Residential Transformation with Proposed Six-Storey Development

Lutwyche

A significant redevelopment is on the horizon for Lutwyche, as a development application has been submitted for a new six-storey residential building at 21A-25 Windsor Avenue.



Development on 21A-25 Windsor Avenue, Lutwyche
Photo Credit: DA A006413833

The proposal, designed by Architect Angelo Patrick, aims to introduce 16 new units to the area, replacing the existing single-storey dwellings on the 2,918-square-metre site.

The project envisions a modern structure with a rooftop communal area for residents, offering views to the north. A commitment to green space is evident in the plans, with 15.8% of the site dedicated to deep planting. The development also addresses transportation needs, providing 34 car parking spaces and designated bicycle spaces.

Development on 21A-25 Windsor Avenue, Lutwyche
Photo Credit: DA A006413833

Spanning a gross floor area of 21,567 sq m, the building is designed to occupy 65% of the site. Notably, the project aligns with the area’s High-Density residential zoning, which permits structures up to eight storeys. It also adheres to the guidelines of the Lutwyche Road Corridor Neighbourhood Plan.

Submitted on the 31st October 2024 the development application, referenced as A006413833, is now under review by the council. The proposal has been meticulously documented in reports from Tam Dang Planning, with design drawings by Architect Angelo Patrick and landscape drawings by AGLA. For a visual representation of the project’s potential impact, an interactive image combining Google Aerial and Streetview is available.

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Development on 21A-25 Windsor Avenue, Lutwyche
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This development marks a notable shift in Lutwyche’s urban landscape, promising to increase residential density and introduce contemporary architectural elements to the neighbourhood. As the project progresses through the approval process, it will undoubtedly spark discussions about the future of housing and development in the area.



Published Date 14-May-2024