Help Save Famous Iconic 1920's Palm Beach Building From Being Demolished
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Imagine the corner of Beach Road and Barrenjoey Road with just another house instead of the quaint 1920’s building that is integral to the history of Palm Beach. There is now a development application before Pittwater Council to demolish the building and replace it with a house. This lovely old building has always operated as a commercial building and generations of locals have dined and been entertained there. It has gone through many phases, first as the Rendezvous Tea rooms, then Beach Road restaurant, and more recently Cranky Fins. It was closed following noise complaints from neighbours. The Tea Room site has been a dining and entertainment venue for much longer than any of the neighbours have been there. If the destruction of the building is approved, it means that there will be one less place for locals and visitors to gather and only one resident will be able to enjoy the gateway to Palm Beach. Venues close to the water are rare and it is vital we don’t lose this lovely old place. If you remember good times at this little corner of Palm Beach, or are disturbed by the fact that yet another piece of Palm Beach's precious history is about to be destroyed, please sign the petition to prevent its destruction.
DA Applicatoin details (DA N0508/16 Submitted 8/11/16 Address is 1186 Barrenjoey Rd Palm Beach, you can also submit objections in the application tracking tool of the Pittwater Council Website)
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