1L Kamerunga Road Caravonica QLD 4878

Combined Application Reconfiguring a Lot (1 Lot into 2 Lots) and Material Change of Use (Relocatable Home Park - 196 Dwellings)

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 2 months ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Cairns Regional Council, reference 9261/2019)

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  1. Tracy Sekac wrote to local councillor Linda Cooper

    I don’t think this is within keeping with the area, houses need to meet with certain standards and so forth with painting and facades. I don’t agree with this proposal at all

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    Linda Cooper local councillor for Cairns Regional Council
    replied to Tracy Sekac

    Hi Tracy,

    Many thanks for contacting me via planning alerts but I think there might be something incorrect about their mapping system. The application mapping details show this as being a development in the Stratford residential area, however this actual address and the linked application is for the new development (Botanica) in the greenfield site along the Cairns Western Arterial Road adjacent to Caravonica State School, where there are no houses. Not sure if that helps you but please let me know if you'd like any further information.

    Kind regards,


    Cr Linda Cooper
    Elected Member - Div 6
    Cairns Regional Council
    Phone: +61740443076 | Mobile: +61419656995

    PO Box 359, 119-145 Spence St, Cairns Q 4870

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