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In Bellbird Park QLD on “Superseded Planning Scheme...” at 15 Kerr Court Bellbird Park QLD 4300:

David Harris commented

For my part and many other concerned with the applications for auxialery in bellbird park the council must make it clear on behalf of our community that such delelopment must be stopped . I say again these units are entirly inappropriate for bellbird. The concil must be seen to be acting on the wishes of our community and to reject suc h applications
I want to find out whether the council has granted applications for these auxiliary units, Applications for this small scale development and granting of such application seem to be coming thick and fast. There are at least 2 years until our new town plan is set in place. Please dont wait until then to see the way clear for these "Units." they are nothing but subdivision by stealth. I have photographs of these units clearly being used by members of the family to use exclusively and also adds significant value to the property and also has the undesirable effect of small scale subdivision. Once again i say to the council to listen to our community and reject such development. Consulting the community says three documents, the Ipswich plan , 'to minimise impacts on adjoining residential uses', the"new planning laws with 22 references to consultation with the community ' and the 2017 Regional Plan' ' Maximising community amenity' and' ' drawing inspiration from the community'. Clearly, all of these plans call for input and consultation by the community, So why isn't it happening? The community are speaking to the Council. The rejection of these auxiliary units are but a small part of what the community dont want.

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