500 / 58 Mount Cotton Road, Capalaba QLD 4157

Multiple Dwelling x 9 - Stage Two - Units 42 to 50

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 4 months ago. It was received by them 6 days earlier.

(Source: Redland City Council, reference PD237481)

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  1. Amy Glade commented

    worried about over crowding....by a congested intersection already. We are seeing more road crashes in Capalaba/Alex Hills area as our roads are becoming increasingly unsafe. Finucane Rd between Alex Hills and Capalaba intersection has been declared unsafe by State govt. Depressing to seeing more floral posies attached to posts in the area. Every unit no matter how close to shops, will still in most cases have two cars. Some have trailers, trucks, utes, all using diesel to power them that is carcinogenic with not enough set backs....Newman govt dismissed the policy, so developers, to get the most 'bang for the buck' can build to polluted roadsides.

  2. Tony Sweet wrote to local councillor Karen Williams

    Agree with Amy Glade on all counts especially the roads and accidents. WHEN are red light cameras going to be installed on the intersection Mt Cotton and Moreton Bay Roads near Aldi?

    I travel that road most peak days and drivers rushing carelessly is abhorrent. Just a matter if time... Guaranteed god revenue for Government and hopefully save a few lives to boot.

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    Karen Williams local councillor for Redland City Council
    replied to Tony Sweet

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    replied to Tony Sweet

    Hello Tony,

    Thank you for your email.
    Moreton Bay Road is a state government and regardless of the ownership, council does not have the authority to enforce red light infringements.
    I have copied your email and my response to your State Member for him to follow up on your behalf.
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    Cr Karen Williams
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    On 1 Jun 2019, at 10:58 pm, Tony Sweet <> wrote:

    Agree with Amy Glade on all counts especially the roads and accidents. WHEN are red light cameras going to be installed on the intersection Mt Cotton and Moreton Bay Roads near Aldi?

    I travel that road most peak days and drivers rushing carelessly is abhorrent. Just a matter if time... Guaranteed god revenue for Government and hopefully save a few lives to boot.

    From Tony Sweet to local councillor Karen Williams

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    Tony Sweet posted this message to you on PlanningAlerts in response to the following planning application.

    Your reply, and any other response to this email, will be sent to Tony Sweet and posted on the PlanningAlerts website publicly.

    Planning Application for 500 / 58 Mount Cotton Road, Capalaba QLD 4157

    Description: Multiple Dwelling x 9 - Stage Two - Units 42 to 50

    Read more and see what others have to say here:
    https://www.planningalerts.org.au/applications/1247187?utm_campaign=view-application&utm_medium=email&utm_source=councillor-notifications

    Best wishes,

    PlanningAlerts

  3. Carol Rylance wrote to local councillor Paul Gleeson

    Very concerned about the effect this development will have on the roads around Holland Crescent and around the the Moreton Bay Road / Mount Cotton Intersection.

    Delivered to local councillor Paul Gleeson. They are yet to respond.

  4. Carol Rylance wrote to local councillor Paul Gleeson

    Concerned the dense traffic now in Holland Crescent is going to get much worse as well as around Mount Cotton Road near the Moreton Bay Road intersection. I fear the chaos with all these new dwellings with the increases in traffic and increases in population will make. I don’t see any widening of roads or other infrastructure to accommodate the problems they will create.

    Delivered to local councillor Paul Gleeson. They are yet to respond.

  5. Karen Oliver commented

    As a resident/owner of property on Holland Crescent overlooking the Aramac crt intersection I have grave fears for the safety of both pedestrians and mobility scooter riders. I have seen quite a few near misses as cars zoom in and out of Aramac Crt. The current give way sign needs to be replaced with a stop sign as many people do not stop.
    Thanks

  6. Amy Glade commented

    With dozens of units being built beside the 6-storey building, not only is there concerns about congestion in & around the 4-way intersection, but as seen in local newspaper, teenage crime increasing. Social unrest comes with these kinds of approvals. Transport Dept needs to look at access roads in & out of complex being created. Mt Cotton Rd, Mayor says, is State govt controlled.They must be involved. Cr Gleeson is not known to reply to local constituents as when locals across from there phoned Cr Gleeson to request giving back Charles Winter Memorial Park after Boys/yourtown left the caravan parked on perimeter people were appalled to see one morning having been parked there one dark night many moons ago, he never returned calls. Now its reported facility will counsel people with mental health issues, when Headspace is on Moreton Bay Rd for mental health services, plus MyHorizon at Indigiscapes for people with disabilities. These services are all over the place. Why use a park to cause further stress & anxiety to locals? My view.

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