80 Plucks Road, Arana Hills QLD 4054

Operational Work - Development Permit for Roadwork, Drainage work, Stormwater & Earthworks

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 6 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Moreton Bay Regional Council, reference 2017/34700/V4D/1)

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  1. Linda-mae Dwyer commented

    The townhouse development on Plucks Road has as far as I know been rejected by Council. Yet the speed limit is still being changed.
    The change of the speed limit on Plucks Road, has created a significant road hazard.
    Due to the change of the speed limit on Plucks Rd, from 60km per hour to 50km per hour more motorists are opting to travel along Patricks Road and turn into Caesar Road to access the Refuse Station, Bunya Crossing and The Jinker Track. This is causing several instances of cars being T-boned on this intersection.
    Plucks road is one of the main corridors also to Rode Road.
    I oppose this change in speed limit and wish to record my opposition and concerns regarding the hazard that has now been created.

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