108 Sturgeon Street, Ormiston QLD 4160

Reconfiguring a Lot - Standard Format 2 into 27 lots and 2 Habitat Corridor Lots and New Road

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 4 months ago. It was received by them 8 days earlier.

(Source: Redland City Council, reference RAL19/0042)


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  1. Lynda Boyce commented

    I am concerned that this development will constitute overdevelopment of the area when taking into account the other new housing units built in recent years along Sturgeon Street. This has already had a detrimental affect on the koala population in the park opposite and on the amount of traffic travelling along Sturgeon Street.
    It is also in the area of school drop offs for Ormiston College and children cycling to school.

  2. Graham Arnold commented

    This is another proposed overdevelopment along Sturgeon Street and doesn't take into account the increased traffic flow in close proximity to Ormiston College or the additional demands on infrastructure.
    The voices of developers appear to be given far more weight than that given to objectors, or common sense, and this adds to a deteriorating environment across many residential areas in the Redlands.
    Please reject this application

  3. Carole Carrigan commented

    I worry very much about the traffic on Sturgeon St. I believe that Sturgeon St is already over populated . Please take into consideration the Students travelling along Sturgeon St , on foot and Cycling to and from the train Station, I feel like this is an accident waiting to happen.

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