18-20 Harris Street Bellbird Park QLD 4300

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

(Source: Ipswich City Council, reference OW-6188/2019)

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  1. S Derksen commented

    I'm upset that despite the very vocal objections of many current residents of Bellbird Park, Ipswich City Council is STILL not taking these concerns into consideration with what appears to be a total backflip on a previous decision and more lots approved for this development. A dead koala was photographed opposite this development site only weeks ago. Koalas were witnessed running from the Brentwood Forest estate during clearing activities occurring directly across the road. The Grey Goshawk resides in this area as do many other species of wildlife. Happy Jack Gully is abundant in flora and fauna that Ipswich City Council clearly appear to be happy to build right over the top of, no matter what dies in the process. Why do these developments keep being approved? Surely it can be done in a more reasonable way, with larger block sizes and accommodations made for existing flora and fauna. The crime rate here is going through the roof and what used to be a beautiful, leafy suburb is now becoming an absolute slum. It's disgusting that Council are allowing this to happen.

  2. David Harris commented

    Can you

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