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In Burpengary East QLD on “Reconfiguring a Lot -...” at 33 Foster Road, Burpengary East QLD 4505:

Lisa C wrote to local councillor Peter Flannery

Couldnt agree more Keith Goodman. We are located over opposite side and what was once land, council allowed leggo land housing to go in followed by and industrial area consiting of fire station, kangaroo bus lines and a great big truck sales and service centre with illuminating truck signs at night and day, all view points from our home now is KENWORTH truck signs pointing straight in our direction in north shore estate. Not to mention constant security alarms going off, noise of them working 24/7, hearing people being called on PA system. Ive written numerous times to this council over the signs and this industrial area and stressed the signs should not be facing towards residential area and buffer such as trees need to put up and was told no its flood land, yet council allowed small homes and industrial area to be built there. Its disgraceful. One must also mention how over built our area is becoming with infastructure not able to cope. Back to your comment of homes next to industrial, what council have allowed here is disgraceful. With the area beside this industrial place zoned for more industrial buildings, which will see us surrounded by industry and severely impacting the value of our home. Nothing more pleasant than hosting a bbq outside, standing in kitchen, taking a swim in our pool and opening our blinds in our bedroom to see great big truck signs glaring at us. Your decision peter flannery to allow industrial areas to be built beside residential areas and vice versa is very questionable!

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