A sample objection has been supplied on our website regarding the proposed removal of pre-war homes and a 5 storey development in Skew Street Sherwood. Please consider making a submission regarding this development as it exceeds many aspects of the Sherwood-Graceville Neighbourhood plan. See details on our website.
Another Impact Assessible development application has been submitted for a 5 storey building (similar to previously rejected proposal in Skew Street) where this level of density of not allowed under the Sherwood-Graceville Neighbourhood Plan.
This proposal also calls for the demolition of 2 pre-war houses in a DCP area.
See details on our website.
Prescare have now submitted their Development Application for the redevelopment of the Hopetoun site at Corinda to Brisbane City Council.
You can find detailed information of plans and reports on BCC's website by searching for Development Application number A003376589
We have been contacted by Hopetoun to advise that they will be holding a community consultation regarding their planned redevelopment of Hopetoun on Tuesday 5th of June.
A development application is yet to be submitted to council, and Prescare are interested in discussing their plans with the community and taking onboard feedback regarding those plans.
See details on our website.
An Impact Assessible development application A003347610 has been submitted for the character protected area adjoining a heritage place in the traditionally character street of Dewar Terrace (recognised by the Westside Character Precinct of the Sherwood-Graceville Neighbourhood Plan).
An impact assessible development application number A003342156 has been submitted to council for a medical centre in a low-medium residential area at 121 Lynne Grove Ave, Corinda - well outside the agreed Sherwood-Graceville Neighbourhood Plan shopping precinct area.
It is proposed to renovate the existing pre-war building in a demolition control precinct including provision for 10 onsite car parks.
A impact assessible development application has been submitted for Hood Street, Sherwood.
Public responses should be made prior to 18th May.
Details can be found on our website
Last Tuesday we had a large turnout of residents to meet their local councillor candidates who answered questions in written form prior to the meeting and also also took questions from the floor.
The Walter Taylor South Action Group would like to thank Council Candidates and members of the local community who helped make the evening a success. A special thank you to those who organised leaflet mailbox drops, and to Professor Phillip Almond who chaired our meeting.
All BCC election candidate responses have now been received and are posted on our website for you to compare in preparation for the community meeting Tuesday evening. You can view responses at http://www.wtsag.org.au under each question 1 through 8.
Meeting details can be found at http://wtsag.org.au/content/community-meeting-question-council-candidates
We hope to see you there on the evening