30 McGreevy Place Bellbird Park QLD 4300

Superseded Planning Scheme Request - Dwelling and Auxiliary Unit

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 10 months ago. It was received by them 4 days earlier.

(Source: Ipswich City Council, reference SPSR-10085/2018)


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  1. J Burnell commented

    Auxiliary units should not be approved on this development as it would be creating a defacto duplex dwelling estate which does not conform to the planning scheme requirements in terms of clustering and separation distances. This concentration of auxiliary units will have an impact on the visual amenity of the area, car parking, traffic congestion and recreation space, particularly as this development does not have good access to facilities and services.

  2. S. Bourne commented

    I wish to voice my concern about this application, it is one of 3 that have been submitted for this development and there are bound to be more coming. These 3 would be almost 10% of the development already. I hope that the council is keeping a close eye on the number of applications for auxiliary units in this development so the total number does not end up exceeding both community expectations and the planning scheme in terms of density and separation of auxiliary units.

    The initial advertised plans for “Bellbird Gardens” were nothing like what it has shaped up to be and these original plans have conveniently been removed from the internet, but there were no auxiliary units planned at all. The developers lied to the community about their plans in order to get their approval and now intend on doing whatever they can get away to make more money and ignore the concerns of existing residents.

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