Submissions due by 9th February to .

Further information


PREMISES: 140-148 Denison Street and 49 Smith Street, Hillsdale
APPLICANT: Bunnings Group Limited
PROPOSAL: Council has received amended plans and an amended Traffic Report to an Integrated Development Application for the redevelopment of the site for a Bunnings Hardware and Building Supply centre in the following manner:


  • Demolition of the existing structures on site;
  • Consolidation of the existing allotments and subdivision into four new allotments;
  • Construction of a hardware and building supplies centre with a total floor area of 11,820 sqm, together with a covered outdoor nursery, café, office, amenities and loading areas;
  • Provision of 420 undercroft car parking spaces;
  • Construction of a signalised intersection and associated roadwork to facilitate access, including land dedication to Council for a left turn lane from Denison Street;
  • One (1) 15 metre high Pylon sign located at the south-eastern corner of the proposed signalised intersection, three (3) painted business identification signs being one located on the northern elevation, one on the western elevation and one on the southern elevation together with two (2) “hammer” logos, being one located on the northern elevation and one located on the southern elevation;
  • Proposed hours of operation are 7:00am to 9:00pm, Monday to Friday and 8:00am to 6:00pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.

The application is required to be reported to the Joint Regional Planning Panel for determination pursuant to the State Environmental Planning Policy (State and Regional Development) 2011, as the capital investment value exceeds $20 million.

The development is also defined as Integrated Development under the provisions of Section 91 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979. Accordingly, the development requires the approval of the NSW Roads and Maritime Services as the proposal involves the construction of a signalized intersection on Denison Street including a left turn lane into the site and requires a Road Opening Permit pursuant to the Roads Act 1993.


Information and plans relating to the proposal will be on public exhibition for a minimum period of (30) days from 10 January 2012 to 9 February 2012, at the Customer Services Counter, City of Botany Bay Council Offices, 141 Coward Street, Mascot, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. Monday to Friday (except public holidays).

Any time during the aforementioned period of 30 days any person may make a submission in writing to Council in relation to the proposed development. Council’s Reference Number should be quoted in any enquires and/or correspondence and any person objecting to the proposal should state the land they own or occupy and the reasons for their objections.


The Development Application will be on public exhibition from 10 January 2012 to 9 February 2012 inclusive.

Location Plan
Eastgardens View
Site Outline Plan – 1218_010_C_111026
Site plan – Undercroft Parking Level: 1218_030_B_111026
Site Plan – Roof Plan: 1218_-031_C 111026
Landscape Area Diagram: 1218_040_C_111026
Floor Plan – Undercroft Parking Plan: 1218_100_B_111026
Floor Plan – Warehouse Level: 1218_101_C_111026
Section 2/2: 1218_121_B_111026
Elevations: 12128_130_B_111026
Proposed Subdivision Plan: 72445.003
Civil Engineering Plans – Cover Sheet: 00517_DA100
Civil Engineering Plans – Site Layout Plan: 00517_DA110
Civil Engineering Plans – General Arrangement Plan, Warehouse Level Sheet 1 of 2: 00517_DA201
Civil Engineering Plans – General Arrangement Plan Warehouse Level Sheet 2 of 2: 00517_DA202
Civil Engineering Plans – General Arrangement Plan Lower Carpark Level Sheet 1 of 2: 00517_DA203
Civil Engineering Plans – General Arrangement Plan Lower Carpark Level Sheet 2 of 2: 00517_DA204
Civil Engineering Plans – Preliminary Bulk Earthworks Cut Fill Plan: 00517_DA231
Civil Engineering Plans – Road Longitudinal Sections: 00517_DA301
Civil Engineering Plans – Overland Channel Longitudinal Sections: 00517_DA302
Civil Engineering Plans – Site Sections: 00517_DA351
Civil Engineering Plans – Cross Sections Overland Channel Sheet 1 of 4: 00517_DA401
Civil Engineering Plans – Cross Sections Overland Channel Sheet 2 of 4: 00517_DA402
Civil Engineering Plans – Cross Sections Overland Channel Sheet 3 of 4: 00517_DA403
Civil Engineering Plans – Cross Sections Overland Channel Sheet 4 of 4: 00517_DA404
Civil Engineering Plans – General Details Sheet 1 of 2: 00517_DA501
Civil Engineering Plans – General Details Sheet 2 of 2: 00517_DA502
Civil Engineering Plans – Sediment and Erosion Control Plan: 00517_DA801
Civil Engineering Plans – Sediment & Erosion Control Details: 00517_DA802
Landscape Plan – 1820-LP01
Landscape Sections/Elevations – 1820_LP02
Landscape Details – 1820_LP03

Statement of Environmental Effects
Traffic Impact Assessment – Issue D
Transport Risk Assessment Report
Civil Engineering Report – R00517_DA_A
Stormwater Management Plan – R00517_SM_P_A
Hydrologic and Hydraulic Analysis – August 2011 Revision A
Review of Contamination Issues – Cavvanba Report
Preliminary Geotechnical Services Report – CES – Revision 0
Site Audit Report – Stage 1, October 2006
Site Audit Report – Stage 1, October 2006 – Appendix A-D
Site Audit Report – Stage 1, October 2006 – Appendix E
Site Audit Report, Stage 2 and 3, 18 March 2008
Flora and Fauna and Bushfire Assessment Report – D & D
Energy Efficiency Report – 11126-EAR-002
Preliminary BCA Report
Odour Impact Assessment Report – FAOA Final Report – 20111027
Noise Assessment Report – Version A Final
Disability Access Report – 27.10.11
Waste Management Plan
Colour Chart

One Response to “Bunnings Development Denison Street Hillsdale”
  1. Julie says:

    When is the opening date I can’t wait

  2. Sharda Shawley says:

    Thanks alot : ) for your post. I’d prefer to say that the cost of car insurance varies widely from one insurance policy to another, given that there are so many different facets which bring about the overall cost. As an example, the brand name of the vehicle will have a significant bearing on the charge. A reliable old family car will have a more affordable premium over a flashy sports car.

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