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In Bellbird Park QLD on “Reconfiguring a Lot - Four...” at 196-198 Jones Road Bellbird Park QLD 4300:

Natalie Palethorpe commented

I object to this development. The density of the housing does not fit with the semi rural area of Bellbird Park. I am concerned the development will be advertised to council as four bedroom homes, whereas they are actually duplexes. This has occurred in three other developments in Bellbird Park. How can it be guaranteed they will be stand alone houses and not duplexes? Happy Jack gully supports Koalas, Kangaroos and other wildlife. The development along Joes Road, Tanarea Drive and Brentwood forest have contributed to significant flooding of Jones Road. There is a high school 100 metres up the road. The flooding also goes over the footpath. What safety considerations are there for school children. The storm water drains are an eyesore like the one up Jones road which is a concrete ditch now filling with rubbish. This was only two three years ago a beautiful semi rural area with wildlife Koalas! And no flooding. This development and similar ones need to be stopped. This block of land has many trees. Are they all going to be mulched up as what was done to all the other developments. There are still Koalas around! Please stop this development until a more environmentally sensitive one is put in. Failure to do so shoes the complete lack of regard for the local area. Bellbird Park needs to remain a bushland environmentally sustainable suburb not full of duplexes and drainage basins.

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