21 Harris Street Bellbird Park QLD 4300

Superseded Planning Scheme Request - Single Residential with Auxiliary Unit

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 15 days ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Ipswich City Council, reference SPSR-3715/2019)

3 Comments

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  1. David HARRIS commented

    Harrisville as the locals call it is virtually a lost cause. . Just to regiser my opposition to These totally inappropriate developments. which our Bellbird community and Council are powerless to stop. 2 years of this to go .2 years and a communitys wishes of no consequences. The state Govt should be ashamed.

  2. Kel E. commented

    Lets cram in as many tiny dwellings as we can on a block of land.
    More tax payers = win for council.
    Developers make money = council makes money
    Residents? = more traffic congestion, noise, hoons, lack of planned infrastructure.

  3. R Marshall commented

    The CCC is very busy investigating allegedly corrupt big fish in Ipswich Council but meanwhile the same wholesale destruction of Bellbird Park continues. If residents of Bellbird Park were allowed to investigate they would ask about council planners being hellbent on turning Bellbird Park into a low cost rental suburb. The residents ask WHY? and as the old saying goes...follow the money. Look at the big and growing profit for developers and council. Of course money is more important than future health of resident's children and wildlife which all suffer under the clear fell policy being carried out without any concern other than benefit to those with influence. Another auxiliary unit is just another nail in the Bellbird Park coffin.

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