Evolving Port

Port Melbourne and Fishermans Bend continue to change. Houses are changed or demolished and new forms of housing take their place. Port Houses records some of these changes.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

272 - 280 Normanby Rd, Southbank

4 October 2017

Planning application reference nos: DELWP ref: 16/00106, Council ref: MINRA 0004/2016/A

extracts from the City of Port Phillip planning report of 4 October 2017:

The proposal is for a 40 level mixed use tower including a five level podium.

The building would have maximum height of 40 storeys / 128.3m to roof top parapet level, 130.1m to the top of the plant screen, and 133.26m to the top of the lift overrun.

A 4.5m wide pedestrian through block lane/link is proposed along the north-east side of the site,  The link would be covered at first floor level for weather protection and wind mitigation..

The development proposed five affordable dwellings.

Flooding / Sea Level Rise: 

The land is not identified as being subject to flooding. However, Melbourne Water has recommended minimum floor levels to protect against future sea level rise as follows: On-street parking spaces / external dwelling entries: 1.9 to 2.1m AHD, commercial lobbies / retail: 2.4m AHD, Garage / car park entry: 2.4m AHD plus 600mm mechanical freeboard, habitable residential, office, lifts, services: 3.0m AHD

The Council resolved to advise the Minister that it did not support the application, but should the Minister approve it, a suite of suggested conditions have been prepared.

source: City of Port Phillip report of 4 October 2017


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