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15 December 2017 Posted by 


PARRAMATTA developer, Dyldam, has won approval for the rezoning of the former Bonds Spinning Mills site, in nearby Pendle Hill.
The rezoning, approved by the Department of Planning and Environment, would allow for urban renewal transforming the old eight-hectare industrial site into new mixed-use precinct.
Dyldam submitted plans for the development of the site, at 190-192 Dunmore Street, in 2015, for 1300 units which was later scaled back to 1260 last year.by the former Holroyd Council, now Cumberland Council 
Renewal of the site, branded Denier Park, would include, as a result of the rezoning, development of medium-density residential apartments, commercial facilities including a supermarket, retail outlets, childcare facilities and offices. 
The project would have a total of 2.5 hectares of new open space including a playground, children’s bike path and an informal sporting area, all with linking pedestrian pathways. 
The rezoning would also allow for 6000 square metres of floor space, a 5500-square-metre public park and community facilities highlighting the site’s heritage aspects.
“For five years the historic manufacturing site has stood empty, but this rezoning means it can now be brought back to life,” said Steve Murray, region executive director, of the Department of Planning and Environment.
“The historic industrial buildings would be preserved and adapted as part of community areas on the site.
“The character of the surrounding neighbourhood would also be protected … building heights would be limited to 39 metres or 12-storeys and limited to a few buildings in the centre of the site.
The next step is for a development application to be submitted, placed on exhibition and assessed by Cumberland Council.
Bonds formed in 1915, moved to the Pendle Hill site in 1932 and became the first spinning mill in the southern hemisphere.
The company, bought by Pacific Brands in 1987, continued manufacturing underwear on the site until production ceased in 2012.


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