89 Towers St Ascot QLD 4007

Dwelling House, Dwelling House

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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 3 days earlier.

(Source: Brisbane City Council, reference A004424709)

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  1. Marc Ziegenfuss commented

    Please note that structures of 89 Towers Street infringe on the neighbouring property and that the Air conditioning unit is not compliant with Council noise regulations. Both disputes are currently officially active with QCAT and the BCC as per 22 June 2019.

  2. Marc Ziegenfuss commented

    Please note that structures of 89 Towers Street infringe on the neighbouring property and that the Air conditioning unit is not compliant with Council noise regulations. Both disputes are currently officially active with QCAT and the BCC as per 22 June 2019.

  3. Jack commented

    Are there any issues with this property? Is there a QCAT application in place? If so when is it likely to be resolved? Any other relevant information?

  4. Marc Ziegenfuss commented

    Hi Jack
    The QCAT issue has been resolved on September 24, 2019 and the Seller is currently executing the QCAT Order (boundary wall issue) - has to be completed by October 15, 2019.
    The noise concern is still open with the Brisbane City Council and will be addressed via the BCC and QCAT.
    Thank you for your enquiry.

  5. Dennis Dionyssiou commented

    Please note that in regard to the QCAT order - 1.5cm has been removed from the front corner pillar and the wall has been rendered and painted. This work has been completed.

    In regard to the BCC complaint with the air conditioner, this case was closed by the BCC on the 8th of August 2019. The air conditioning unit is a residential unit and NOT a commercial unit as the occupant of 87 Towers St has stated.

  6. John commented

    Hi Dennis, what is the make, model and decibel (noise) output of the air conditioning unit/s? Thanks

  7. Dennis Dionyssiou commented

    Hi John,
    BCC came out in December 2018 and tested the unit for noise levels and it is within the BCC accepted range. As a result of this, BCC closed the case.
    The unit is a Mitsubishi PUHZ-RP250YKM-A.

    Thanks
    Dennis

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