We are proposing to replace the Marine Rescue Building at Rowland Reserve, Bayview, with a new single story building in the same location.
The building was built over two decades ago using re-purposed demountable structures and is now showing ongoing signs of dilapidation.
We have worked closely with key stakeholders to help develop a design that meets their current needs while also meeting Council's standards.
To ensure the requirements for Emergency Operations and accessibility legislation are met, the design will require a slight increase of floor space from 116sqm to 180sqm. Please note that it will remain a single level building.
The existing external small storage shed to the west will be relocated to the east, and remain within Council’s depot. This is not expected to have any affect on surrounding residential properties.
This project is jointly funded by NSW Government and Northern Beaches Council.
‘Marine Rescue New South Wales’ will still maintain occupancy of the building.
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Planning approval process
Under the provisions of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act, 1979, and SEPP (Infrastructure) 2007, Council can undertake these works without the need for a Development Application, provided notification of adjoining residents is undertaken.
Download the documents here
Timeline item 1 - active
Mar-Apr 2021: Seeking submissions on proposed replacement
Timeline item 2 - incomplete
May-Jul 2021: Detailed design stage
Timeline item 3 - incomplete
Aug-Nov 2021: Tender stage
Timeline item 4 - incomplete
Jan-Jun 2022: Construction
Have an enquiry?
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'Marine Rescue Building, Bayview', Northern Beaches Council, PO Box 82, Manly NSW 1655.