Multiple Dwellings Within Summerlin Banyo Development Proposed

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A development application has been lodged seeking to establish for Phase 5 of the Summerlin development on Solomon Street, Banyo.

The proposed site at 15 Solomon Street and 43 Rochat Avenue, Banyo covers a development site area of 1,973 sqm for the multiple dwellings, out of the total area of approximately 4.92 hectares.

Multiple Dwellings Within Summerlin Banyo Development Proposed
Summerlin Banyo Master Plan Community
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Designed by Argus Design, the proposal will be Stage 5 of the $100-million Summerlin development in Banyo and seeks to establish a multiple dwelling comprising 21 apartments across the three-storey residential building. The application also seeks  boundary realignment to facilitate the changes to the master plan configuration.

Staging Plan 
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The building will contain nine 2-bedroom and 12 3-bedroom apartments with a 67% percent site cover. Private open space will be provided for the ground floor apartments including a courtyard area, ranging from 35sqm to 100sqm, whilst all other apartments will be provided with balcony ranging from 15sqm to 26sqm in size.

Multiple Dwellings Within Summerlin Banyo Development Proposed
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Access to the building is via a 7.4-metre crossover from Solomon Street on the northern end of the western boundary. Two on-street car parks and four street trees will be removed to facilitate the upgrade of the roadway.

The proposal provides a single level basement car park, containing 33 resident car parking bays and 4 visitor car parks.

“The proposed development will add to the variety of housing available in the vicinity, providing spacious apartments which are complemented by the large communal open space and the surrounding well-designed residential development within Summerlin Estate,” Wolter Consulting Group Planning report said.