23 Lambert Rd Indooroopilly QLD 4068

Construction Management Plans

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 2 months ago. It was received by them 4 days earlier.

(Source: Brisbane City Council, reference A005370472)

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  1. Robin Mathews commented

    The construction management plan is nonsensical and needs to be amended.

    1. The marked site boundary is incorrect and includes a Heritage building
    2. Trucks are to use Hunter St for material extraction - I think not! (the traffic management plan appears to more appropriate)

    I hope this is not an example of Mosaics future attention to detail!

  2. michael yeates commented

    There are a number of errors in the document including the following...
    - The site is incorrectly shown on maps as cnr of Hunter Street and Clarence Road on at least two occasions.
    - The site should be shown as cnr of Lambert and Clarence Roads.
    - Access to the site is said to be from Hunter Street.
    - Truck access should be banned from Hunter Street and access permitted only from Lambert or Clarence Roads.
    - Hunter Street is a quiet, narrow residential street and totally unsuitable for typical construction delivery trucks.
    - Access to Hunter Street is by way of quiet residential streets and totally unsuitable for typical construction delivery trucks.
    - Although said to be attached, referenced documents said to be in the Appendices were not accessible in or from this document.

    As these points are obvious, did anybody from Mosaic read and check the document?

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