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Proposed Scrap Metal Yard adjoining Oxley Creek

Submitted by webmaster on Sun, 04/12/2011 - 10:01am

A development application has been submitted requesting to be under the old Neighbourhood Plan to evade the new Light Industrial Zoning.

See DA A003211282 on council's website

Extract of details of the application below

This report has been prepared by LandPartners Limited on behalf of Trust Company Ltd ACF RW Invest ATF Ray White Invest Sherwood Property Trust, in support of a request to Council to assess and decide a proposed development application under a Superseded Planning Scheme.

This report is seeking approval for a Request for an application to be assessed and decided under a Superseded Planning Scheme (1st January 2011), in accordance with Division 5, Section 95, 1(b) of the Sustainable Planning Act. We request the Brisbane City Council assess this report and permit a development application to be made in accordance with Division 5, Section 99 (2) of the Sustainable Planning Act for a Preliminary Approval for Building Work on a site adjoining a Heritage Place, Material Change of Use for a Schedule 1 Industry and Environmental Relevant Activity 33 (Scrap Yards) and 37 (Waste Storage, treatment and disposal.) to be lodged and assessed under the Brisbane City Council Superseded Planning Scheme (1st January 2011).

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Montrose Access Development Application

Submitted by webmaster on Sun, 04/12/2011 - 7:19am

We have heard from local residents of plans at Montrose Access to sell up and move on.  We have recently spotted a development application submitted to council for this location, number A003233566.  It appears as though this application will be made under the old Walter Taylor South planning scheme to avoid the new requirements for this site under the newer Sherwood-Graceville Neighbourhood plan.

Montrose have released this information sheet on their website:

"Consequently we are applying to Brisbane City Council to sell our Corinda Montrose Access headquarters for residential redevelopment.  As part of this plan we will lease a new premises nearby in southwest Brisbane to house our corporate and therapy functions and open a new independent, purpose-build respite centre.

It is still early days in the project plan and a lot of consultation and work has to happen, but selling Corinda will guarantee that Montrose Access is able to maintain the hightest quality of services into the forreseeable future." 

Extracts from the details of the development application are listed below

 

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Proposed Redevelopment of Hopetoun

Submitted by webmaster on Thu, 01/12/2011 - 12:16pm

Prescare have provided advance notice that they plan to undertake a major redevelopment of their Hopetoun site as outlined below and will be contacting the local community shortly.

 

Dear Councillor Johnston,

 

As the Councillor for the Tennyson Ward, I felt it was important to provide you with an update on the status of the proposed redevelopment of Hopetoun in Cliveden Ave, Corinda.  This proposal has been on our agenda for a long time as part of our ongoing commitment to offering a high standard of care to our clients.

 

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Impact Assessible application for Heritage Shops Graceville

Submitted by Leigh-Rae Ash on Thu, 24/11/2011 - 3:47pm

In regard to the development application A003102126 The Central Buildings at 307-327 Honour Avenue, Graceville which incorporates our property The Bulk Store at 11 Rakeevan Road, Graceville.  You can view details of the development application on BCC's website at http://pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au/MasterView/masterplan/enquirer/default.aspx

 

The public submission period is from 17 Nov 2011 through to 9th Dec 2011.

 

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Proposed Units Exceed Sherwood-Graceville Neighbourhood Plan

Submitted by webmaster on Wed, 23/11/2011 - 10:00am

An impact assessable development application has been submitted to council to exceed the Low-Medium Residential zoning in Skew Street, Sherwood.  The plans are for 16 units, 20 car parks, and 4 storeys at 30metres high on a 1000m2 property adjoining existing 2 storey residents, including character homes in the same street.

 

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St. Aidans proposes Childcare Facility

Submitted by webmaster on Mon, 17/10/2011 - 1:08pm

St. Aidans have recently had approved a development application to build a childcare facility (Kindergarten) on their existing Primary School land. These plans have been approved by council.  There appears to be no further traffic issue mitigation for the potential increase number of students (even thought St. Aidans have reported expected declining enrolment numbers).
 

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Local Park post-Flood Recovery update from Cr. Nicole Johnston

Submitted by Nicole Johnston on Mon, 01/08/2011 - 12:33pm

FLOOD REVIEW

Brisbane City Council established the Flood Response Review Board to review Council's response to the Brisbane flood in January 2011.
 
In May, the Flood Response Review Board handed down their report, Brisbane Flood January 2011 - Independent Review of Brisbane City Council’s Response, 9-22 January 2011.
 

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