The Court made orders to give effect to an agreement between the applicant (Melanie Jones and Saeed Moazzam) and the respondent (Mosman Council) that was reached at conciliation on 24 April 2015.
The terms of the agreement are as follows:
1. The applicant is granted leave to amend Development Application No. 8.2014.39.1 in accordance with the plans referred to in Condition 1 of Annexure “A” hereto.
2. The applicant shall pay the respondent’s costs pursuant to section 97B of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 agreed in the sum of $7,000.00, such costs to be paid within 28 days of orders being made in accordance with this agreement.
3. The appeal is upheld.
4. Development Application No. 8.2014.39.1 relating to the land at 173 Spit Road,
Mosman, for demolition of existing dwelling and construction of 4 units, is approved, subject to the conditions set out in annexure “A” to this agreement.
ON 16 MARCH 2015, the NSW Land and Environment Court delivered Chidiac v Mosman Council  NSWLEC 1044 (16 March 2015).
“DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION: development standards for height and floor space ratio; adequacy of applications to justify contravention of standards; compatibility of proposed development with objectives of the standards and the objectives of the R3 zone; desired future character of the area; view impacts; amenity of proposed dwellings”
The Court dismissed an appeal against Mosman Council’s deemed refusal of a Development Application for demolition of existing structures at 1 Musgrave Street, Mosman and the erection of a five level residential flat building above two levels of basement car parking.
ON 3 MARCH 2015, the NSW Land and Environment Court delivered Markakis v Mosman Council  NSWLEC 1033 (3 March 2015).
“DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION: two storey dwelling; inappropriate siting of dwelling on battle-axe site; inadequate landscaped area; impacts on adjoining dwellings; internal amenity; resolution of shared parts of site with adjoining property.”
ON 21 OCTOBER 2008, the NSW Land and Environment Court delivered Harris Farm Markets Cammeray Pty Ltd v North Sydney Council  NSWLEC 1413 (21 October 2008).
“Development Application :- use Unit CG-01 as a fruit and veg shop in a mixed use retail/commercial/residential development, parking, traffic, compliance with zone and control plan objectives, economic impact on existing neighbourhood centre.”
The Court upheld an appeal against a decision of North Sydney Council and in doing so granted development consent for the use and fit-out as a fruit and vegetable market in a mixed use retail/commercial/residential development at Nos. 450 – 476 Miller St, Cammeray.
The Court dismissed an application by Harris Farm Markets Pty Limited seeking declarations and injunctions with respect to a development consent to the change of use to a fruit and vegetable shop of premises known as No 254 Liverpool Road, Ashfield.