106 Berrigans Road, Mudgeeraba QLD 4213

Material Change of Use Impact Assessment Animal Keeping

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 10 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Gold Coast City Council, reference MCU/2019/274)


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  1. Robyn B Keene commented

    I object to this proposed development on the grounds of noise pollution. In my opinion this type of business should only be established in a much more rural area. Certainly not in an established residential area. The matters of increased traffic and possible environmental pollution are also of a concern to me.

  2. Natalie Baker commented

    I would like to object to the proposed development of dog boarding kennels at 106 Berrigans Rd Mudgeeraba.
    It is of my opinion that this type of business is to close to residental properties which in turn will cause to much noise pollution and traffic to the surrounding local roads.
    We have alot of endangered bird species in the area also which i would hate to be scared away by barking dogs.

  3. Sebastien Stephanno commented

    I’m opposing to the plan of the dog boarding kennel at 106 berrigans road Mudgeeraba.
    1. This will increase traffic that comes in and out of a small road which can’t support an easy or quick exit to the main road. In case there is a fire it wont be easy to evacuate 70 something dogs and cats from the premises. Including local and their animals from this surrounding area.
    2. Concern for those animals welfare, safety in regards to bush fire.
    3. Noise pollution from those cars and animals. Their barking and howling will echo here in the valley, would make our nights (sleepless) and days (stressful), will council attend to those dogs barking after hours?
    4. All this will devalue our properties. Families which have moved here leaving the big Cities behind to find peace and quiet , enjoyable life will be disrupted.
    5. This type off business belongs in a business district or in an aeria where no residents , neighbours living close by, or better main Rd.
    6. If we let one person start this type of business then later on anyone could get away with opening an other one here in our neighbourhood.
    7. We have a neighbour who got a fine from the Council because their dogs were barking and the same Council considering to allow a business with 70 or more dogs barking. Makes no sense.
    8. We would like to keep our neighbourhood friendly, peaceful, quiet and safe

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