35 Weinam Street, Redland Bay, QLD

Combined Staged Format Subdivision with Dwelling Houses and Small lot houses

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 5 years ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Redland City Council, reference ROL006001)


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  1. Peter Hoare commented

    Why should the zoning be changed from Medium Density residential (consistent with the surrounding area) to accommodate yet another high density small lot development in Redland Bay?

    This will again add to traffic and put a load on existing infrastructure in this region as has the Elle Bay, Fetini and other estates up on Willis road. Should we expect something similar to the one being built corner Giles and Cleveland Redland Bay Road?

    This is NOT progress. These small lot developments are having an impact on existing residents's lifestyle and property values

  2. Lucy commented

    This is yet another small lot housing application for Redland bay.
    Where does it end? It seems we will become like Coorparoo or Capalaba.
    Everything we moved here for is going,fast.
    What will be special about the Redlands?

  3. Jane Townsend commented

    Why the need for yet another small lot housing development???? Surely the traffic concerns at present should be enough for the dividing up of land into small lots needs to stop. We chose to live in Redlands because it is not LIKE BRISBANE. So disappointing that this is being done without due concern or thought for existing residents, or for the impact that this will have in the future.

  4. Jarrod graue commented

    Surely this can't be another small lot residential development or is this part of the retirement village/elderly independent living units?

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