370-398 Logan Reserve Road Logan Reserve QLD 4133

Combined Application - Material Change of Use (s242) Varying the effect of the Planning Scheme: (a) to adopt the planning framework of the Low Density Residential Zone – Suburban Precinct and (b) reduce the level of assessment for a Child Care Centre; and Development Permit for Reconfiguration of a Lot (1 into 223 Lots over 6 Stages).

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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 COM-55/2016)

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  1. Gabby W wrote to local councillor Luke Smith

    Will logan reserve road be upgraded? OR will there be a new way for all the traffic to get through to yarrabilba etc?
    Logan reserve road has become so very busy.There is so many speeders it needs to be slowed down alot before more cars come and also it is getting very very noisy . even now without the new development! so maybe if there is going to be more traffic... look at something to block noise into Stoneleigh reserve? and to slow down commuters who think its 80 kms speed limit.

    L S
    Luke Smith local councillor for Logan City Council
    replied to Gabby W

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    My office receives a large volume of enquiries every day, by phone and email and for this reason we unfortunately cannot get back to you immediately.

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    L S
    Luke Smith local councillor for Logan City Council
    replied to Gabby W

    Dear Gabby,

    Thank you for your enquiry. My office has investigated this for you with Council’s relevant departments.

    At this stage no Council upgrades are planned for Logan Reserve for the short to medium term. Council is however, currently making substantial upgrades to Chambers Flat Road between Bumstead Road and Park Ridge Road to four lanes to help alleviate the traffic issues associated with Yarrabilba. The upgrades will consists of two north bound and two south bound lanes. These works are expected to be completed earlier next year.

    Any development applications which are approved on sites fronting onto Logan Reserve Road will need to undertake works necessary to ensure safety of all road users.

    In relation to your comments regarding road noise, any properties located within a designated transport corridor such as Logan Reserve Road is required to comply with the construction requirements identified in the Queensland Development Code - “MP4.4 Building in a transport noise corridor” which is regulated by the Department of Housing and Public Works.

    I hope this sufficiently answers your questions.

    Again, thank you for contacting my office.

    Kind regards,

    [X]
    Cr Luke Smith, Mayor | City of Logan

    P: +61 7 3412 4226 E:

    PO Box 3226 Logan City DC Qld Australia 4114
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