540-604 Warrego Highway North Tivoli QLD 4305

Material Change Of Use - General Industry (Truck depot, Landscape supply depot) and Service/Trades Use (Contractor's depot)

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 3 months ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Ipswich City Council, reference MCU-93/2019)

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  1. Alexandra Gillies commented

    I am concerned about it being used as a 'landscape supply depot'. If this is the same as the depot that was on Tantivity Street that closed down years ago the stench coming from the depot was overwhelming.
    The area looking at being developed for change of use is very close to a number of built up high residential areas, and of this reason I do not believe is suitable for businesses that will encourage high levels of dust to fly into the air (eg from trucks) and for equipment and "goods" that will encourage unpleasant odours to emit from the property.

    In addition to the smell, I am concerned about an increased level of traffic in this area as the round about system and off ramp from the Warrego Highway as they stand now do not cope with the traffic as it is at the moment. The traffic at these roundabouts in the mornings and afternoons during peak hour cannot cope with the traffic now, and with the increased housing developments through Barellan Point, and "The Crossing" in Chuwar traffic is increasing as more families move into the area, and adding a number of trucks into the mix as the roads stand would increase demand on these already crippled roads.

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