5863 Mount Lindesay Highway Woodhill QLD 4285

Minor Change (2 Lots into 81 Lots - 80 Lots & 1 Balance Lot)

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website about 2 years ago. It was received by them about 2 years earlier.

(Source: Logan City Council, reference RL-106/2017)

6 Comments

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  1. jocelynne berry commented

    The roads are too busy. This section on the highway is notoriously dangerous , and the access at Mahoney Road has already had fatalities. More people on the road here is more danger for not only the new people but the existing community that lives here .

    More importantly The environmental considerations should be taken into account . This land is part of a high risk area for endangered and vulnerable local flora and fauna. There has already been material environmental harm caused in this area by parties conducting unlawful clearing , and this should be resolved before future development is proposed and allowed

    I am not keen to see my rule way of life turned into an urban community.

    No thank you !

  2. Stacey Roycroft commented

    We are already getting too busy for all of our infrastructure, the roads are getting way to congested, all of our beautiful native Bush , scrub, native animals seem to be disappearing, we moved out here 9 years ago to get away from the hussle and bussle of the city living, with the serenity of rural living.

  3. Lee Tait wrote to local councillor Trevina Schwarz

    Native plants and animals must surely be protected. Send in relevant authorities to see what sort of damage will be done, can we afford to demolish not knowing what is there. The people who live in the area can see what the future holds, and we can see disaster for the community, listen to the people.

    Delivered to local councillor Trevina Schwarz. They are yet to respond.

  4. Jocelynne Berry wrote to local councillor Trevina Schwarz

    The roads are too busy. This section on the highway is notoriously dangerous , and the access at Mahoney Road has already had fatalities. More people on the road here is more danger for not only the new people but the existing community that lives here .

    More importantly The environmental considerations should be taken into account . This land is part of a high risk area for endangered and vulnerable local flora and fauna. There has already been material environmental harm caused in this area by parties conducting unlawful clearing , and this should be resolved before future development is allowed by council.

    I am not keen to see my rural way of life turned into an urban community.

    No thank you !

    Also delivered to the planning authority

    Delivered to local councillor Trevina Schwarz. They are yet to respond.

  5. Samara RUSSELL commented

    This development is occurring where some of the established adjacent blocks have encumbered land for natural wstercoyrse and drainage. There has been a lot marked out right behind my property Lot 81. This lot will flood. It has significant water coursing over it whenever there are heavy rains. The earthworks which have already occurred have alter water flow which has affected my property in the past week. Further there is not the supporting road infrastructure to support this development. This has already impacted wildlife with significant grazing land being removed it has seen an increase of wallabeys and kangaroos being hit on the mount Lindsey as they try to relocate. I would love to see the environmental and drainage assay which was provided to support approval. There will be flooding, there will be accidents and thete will be a loss to wildlife numbers. This must stop.

  6. Greg Wzietek commented

    Was someone bribed? I can't believe this land clearing was approved. It will ruin the view, the flora and fauna. Roads will get more congested in an area already at capacity.

    Bulldosers start at 7am on a Saturday, tearing down trees. All we can hear are the trees cracking and snapping to the background of a roaring machine.

    I hope for the developers (and councils) sake they considered the water flow. As the proposed development area is succeptible to water, I don't want my house to get flooded due to developer changes in drainage. My lot has never had water/flooding issues. I take weekly photos of the land clearing happening, but have already started seeing a change in the direction the water is flowing. I have the photos to show it.

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