88 J Dobson Road Morayfield QLD 4506

Reconfiguring a Lot - Development Permit for Subdivision (1 into 5 Lots, new road and easements) and Operational Works - Development Permit for Roadworks, Stormwater and Earthworks)

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 1 month ago. It was received by them 3 days earlier.

(Source: Moreton Bay Regional Council, reference DA/2022/4259)


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  1. Nathan commented

    On the da form they have ticked no to part 5 17) when they will be removing native vegetation in a koala priority area.
    And they have started work without approval. This application should be rejected

  2. Jo commented

    It is hard to fathom what is happening in this area. Work has already commenced on this development, prior to the application even being made.
    There are areas of state and local significance throughout this community and the MBRC is allowing developers to destroy it all.
    What a tragic loss of wildlife habitat.

  3. Katrina Burgess commented

    I agree with other comments - to the effect that work has already commenced on this development. Trees have been cleared down one side of the block, probably to allow access to the proposed subdivision. As I'm new to the area, and new to this planning alert, I wondered if these alerts were more about warning that work was underway, rather than that work had been proposed but not actually approved by council yet.
    So, which is it?

  4. john powers commented

    Housing for people is more important than housing for kangaroos .& possums ..(which are always getting run over btw)
    As for koala's, I have seen one in 19 years in the nearby environment park which is remaining ..untouched .. ..I go there regularly.

  5. Lorraine commented

    These next generation developments are completely out of keeping with all the surrounding developments, which are semi rural. These developments have a negative visual impact on the streetscape and do not fit in with the current surroundings, The proposed dwellings are not of a design which is in keeping with the scale, character, or appearance of the area. All other dwellings in this area are semi rural properties whereas the proposal is for next generation properties some as small as 200/300sqm. They cause car parking and traffic problems as there are always inadequate parking spaces provided (most households now have at least 2 cars) and the local roads are already under immense pressure. All the mature trees are removed devastating local wildlife, some of which are endangered, which in turn moves them into roads causing more accidents. This area needs to stay semi rural to allow more mature trees to stay, more wildlife, less widening/replacement of roads. There is no point in replanting new trees miles away when they can take 20 years or more to be useful to the wildlife you have already displaced/killed on roads.

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