24 Queen Street, Southport QLD 4215

Southport Priority Development Area Minor Change Application Change to PDA/2018/754 and PDA/2019/063

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 12 days ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Gold Coast City Council, reference PDA/2020/19)

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  1. Valerie Shooter commented

    I gather this has something to do with the footpath but what is it exactly?
    I have a few more questions about this development:
    How many storeys will this building have? I was told 15 a month or so back. Has this changed and if so when? If this is so, were residents advised of it in advance and given the right of objection or has it slipped through unannounced under delegated authority?
    What procedures do you have in place to eliminate the possibility of accidents to the kindergarten next door as the arm of the crane is long enough to overhang the building and the children playing in their playground? This kindergarten has been there at least 50 years so it is not a newcomer. The apartment tower is the newcomer and must fit into the profile of an established, historical, garden, residential area.
    How will you overcome the problem of winter sun being blocked from the kindergarten?
    A while back there was an advertising sign on the site fence stating a nightclub in the building. This is completely unacceptable in a residential neighborhood especially with a kindergarten right next door.

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