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In Bellbird Park QLD on “Material Change of Use -...” at 20 Keidges Road Bellbird Park QLD 4300:

Daryl Rae commented

Can someone please provide answers to the following?

What is the actual distance going to be between the 3x 25KL Stormwater Detention Tanks southern wall and the Boundary of 22 Keidges Road? and
what is it's actual location measurements from Centre street and Keidges Road, going to be?
The Retailing wall should be continuous with no gaps along the boundary of 20 & 22 Keidges Road, currently it shows a gap. Is this necessary or can it be continuous?
(Ref Drawing C105 and Ref; RL65.80 to 65.40) and (Ref Drawing C104 and Ref; RL 71.75 to front boundary of Keidges Road) just after the detention tanks drawing no C303
Please provide the following measurement for every 10m Distances of the concrete sleeper retaining facing the 22 Keidges rd, including the Bottom and the Top
Please provide the earthworks fill section close to 22 Keidges road
Please provide full details of 5/B manhole and please include a stubb for future connection to the manhole Ref C105, ready for a southern connection
Please provide all the Heights of all of the structures to be built
Please provide the details connections to the Swale drain in Centre street that connects No 30 Keidges rd
(Timber facing Palings to face No 20 Keidges Road, Timber rails to face No 22 Keidges rd)
We would prefer that the Rails of the Timber fence facing towards 22 Keidges rd, so it's harder for people to climb over from the northern side (No20), because it has public access, can this be put into the drawings as a requirement?

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