109 Creek Road, Burpengary East QLD 4505

Building Works - Development Permit for Domestic Outbuilding (Height, Setbacks, Bushfire Hazard Overlay) - assessed against the Planning Scheme

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 8 months ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Moreton Bay Regional Council, reference 2019/39920/V6)

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  1. Donald Campbell commented

    Have we not enough traffic buildup on Creek Road and Bruce Highway Eastern Service Road? With another Village now being built at 46 Creek Road and plans for more, the intersection of Creek and Eastern Service road is already a danger; reducing It is just a matter of time before someone will be killed, taking speed down to 50kph has not slowed traffic one iota, and I have film proof of that; placing police cameras does little to stop speedsters, let alone hoon drivers, especially late at night and on weekends!

    So many aged people have to walk across Eastern Service Road to catch a bus, this needs traffic lights at the miserable crossing that has been provided, let alone coming for example, out of Pacific Palms Village, when a large vehicle is parked on the Eastern side both before and after the gate entrance, visibility to see oncoming traffic is almost zero, it's more like a game of dodgems and I say this from experience. It is just a matter of time before there will be a fatal road accident or an elderly person getting killed; as for Council, the blood is on your hands, you have been told, and one day, this will become public of a time when Council was warned!

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