Plans for 21-storey hotel at northern end of Cronulla CBD yet to advance

 Artist's impression of a 21-storey hotel at the Kingsway end of the CBD, between Croydon Street and Abel Place. Picture: Facebook
Artist's impression of a 21-storey hotel at the Kingsway end of the CBD, between Croydon Street and Abel Place. Picture: Facebook

Plans for another hotel development at Cronulla, which were unveiled about a year ago, have not advanced significantly.

The proposal, which was outlined to Chamber of Commerce members at a meeting at the Cronulla RSL Club, is for a 21-storey building at the Kingsway end of the CBD, between Croydon Street and Abel Place.

The area was identified as a Strategic Site for potential major development in a consultant's report to Sutherland Shire Council by a consultant in 2016.

It is understood the developer has yet to amalgamate all the required properties and is involved in legal proceedings over the purchase of a small parcel of council land.

Council sources say the submission of any Planning Proposal for rezoning appears to be a long way off.

Speculation about the development surfaced on social media after a Planning Proposal was submitted for a development, incorporating a boutique hotel and commercial offices, on the edge of Monro Park,

Sammut Developments is proposing the development called Parc.

The proposal will be assessed by Sutherland Shire Council planning staff before being considered by Sydney South Planning Panel.

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