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Impact Assessible DA - 5 Storeys cnr Quarry Rd/Primrose Street Sherwood

Submitted by webmaster on Tue, 01/01/2013 - 11:58pm

An impact assessible application has been submitted for this address that exceeds Gross Floor Area and setback provisions for 5 storey buildings under the Sherwood-Graceville Neighbourhood Plan.

 

See development application number A003500721

 

Note - the official notification period for submissions has started and ends on August 8th. 

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The public notification period for the development application has now opened and closes on 8th of August.
 
A number of changes to the development were proposed in June-2013 so please download the updated plans that were submitted.  These changes also include a streetscape scale diagram.
 
 

I have attached my submission that I will post into the BCC later today.
 
Urban Strategies talk about the neighborhood plan being silent. They suggest they should be judged on the intent for the area under the new zoning and there is also a mention of the new code which is still in the public submission stage and has not been implemented.
 
They have made the car park smaller and from what I can see it only has a 5.5 m aisle. It clearly will not work. At least 4 of the car parking bays are not wide enough and only two visitors parking bays. The 4 units on the top floor are now over 90 sq m.

 Just letting others know who may be submitting last-minute online submissions to Brisbane City Council on 73 Primrose Street (due tomorrow August 8th at midnight) that MS Word documents are not accepted as attachments to provide the grounds for the submission. The MS word document needs to be saved in Rich Text Format and then attached. This may be abundantly obvious to most people, but I figured it out only after an unsuccessful submission.

Public notification is now underway for the proposed six storey building at 73 Primrose Street, Sherwood (cnr Quarry Road).
 
The proposal fails to comply with both the City Plan and Sherwood Graceville Neighbourhood Plan.
 
Residents can now have their say either online via email or by post. Submissions must be lodged by Thursday, 8 August.
 
I have prepared an objection that you might like to sign, click here to download a copy.