63-67 Macadamia Street Forestdale QLD 4118

Shed (Combined Size Relaxation)

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website over 3 years ago. It was received by them 1 day earlier.

(Source: Logan City Council, reference BWAP-147/2016)

3 Comments

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  1. Suzanne commented

    There are already large sheds on this property and this resident is running a trucking business from this residential area. The trucks that have dogs attached come and go, park in the the street. They reverse up our street making a noise from their engines and the reverse beep, the fumes come into our homes from the trucks. Not to mention the damage they are doing to our streets that are not built to accomodate heavy trucks. This area is residential not industrial and not suitable to run an intrusive business such as a trucking company. This business has taken away the rights to our peaceful amenity of our land. We have real concerns for our property value. I oppose to more sheds on this property.

  2. Michelle commented

    I don't live in the immediate area and it doesn't affect me directly, but I agree with the other 2 comments. It needs further investigation by the council. If he is trying to run a business from his residential address, this is not appropriate and he should relocate his business to a business location.

  3. Gavin commented

    I am a close by neighbour to this property and if the sole purpose for this new shed is to use it for his business I am 100% against it, this is a residential area and running a demolition business from this site is WRONG and should not be allowed. Council needs to investigate this application before just approving.
    This could have a big impact on our property values if allowed to go ahead.

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