Hunters Hill Council has won its case at the Land & Environment Court which supported Council’s rejection of the 4 storey  ‘shop-top housing development’ planned on the old bank sites at 58-60 Gladesville Road at the overpass.

It found that the proposed building didnt comply with the LEP & DCP, was too high, had insufficient setbacks and overshadowed neighbouring heritage buildings.

“When read together, the Village LEP and DCP clearly envisage buildings up to three storeys on Gladesville Road” and “The Hunters Hill Hotel does not exemplify the form of building sought by the planning controls”.

The judgment can be found here: