4 Arthur Street East Toowoomba QLD 4350

Boundary Realignment 5 Into 4 Lots

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

(Source: Toowoomba Regional Council, reference RAL/2014/6196)

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  1. Janine commented

    Such a worry to See Toowoomba going down hill. We live in Toowoomba for the "charm" and the heritage of the area. Tourists come to Toowoomba for exactly the same reason. To see 100 year old trees cut down is a crime and a dam disgrace to the council for allowing this to happen. Once an approval has been given to one watch out! Others will definitely follow as they are following precedent.
    Im not sure who to complain to as we are told to complain/voice our opinions to our council representative.... but have found out that the councillor who has been listening to us is also planning her/his own development... talk about double standards. Do we have anyone in council who can take on our fight.
    Im heading off to the doctors this week as Im turning into a blubbering mess, council cant play with our lives this way and develop rental properties on the mass through out Toowoomba. The council decreases our properties by 15 percent in today market, that's a huge chunk that we are paying our mortgage for with no return, not to mention the rates (what a joke, bet they wont be decreased!)
    Im listening to the birds and enjoying the sunshine and the open sky, enjoy while I CAN!

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