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In Burpengary East QLD on “Request to Change (Minor) -...” at 49 Creek Road, Burpengary East QLD 4505:

Lynette Moon commented

This block was a beautiful green space with a small rain forest and many trees. It was alive with native animals and birds - without notice, the huge machinery moved in over 3 years ago and took down every tree and demolished it in a few hours. There it sat - eventually, some of the trees grew back, they moved in again and cleared the block a second time and left a dust bowl. Some drainage work was done and concrete paths laid.
So now we have a block with "landing lights" along the concrete paths, A huge mound of soil that is covered with weeds, the odd sapling and the rest? Your guess is as good as mine. The only benefit that I see is that when it rains the ducks like the puddles. What an absolute disgraceful waste of a once-thriving green space, which are few and far between up here in Queensland. This Council is only interested in the mighty dollar, as whoever passed this block for development must have been paid to pass it as it floods - trucking in loads of soil day after day to bring the level up to avoid this must certainly have cost the previous owner quite a few dollars and to what end? Now apparently Ingenia own it - we put up with the dust for months and now once again it shall start - months and months of huge machinery and dust to contend with. Shame on your Council, shame on you.

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