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In Palm Beach QLD on “Material Change of Use Code...” at 2 Mawarra Street, Palm Beach QLD 4221:

Shannon commented

This is a totally unacceptable application! One side of this backs on to the Palm Beach Primary School compromising the safety of residents and kids at the primary school, not to mention that Brooke Ave is already congested and will be made worse once that over sized ridiculous Magnoli development is finished - in the same street!!

Mawarra St is not only very narrow but it is also congested and the site is on a bend. 80 units on a block that now only houses 8 units is ludicrous. That's 10 times what is there now!! How will the area cope with the extra traffic? What about the waste, the stresses on the power grid and water? (Yes, it’s raining now but we were just about to go on water restrictions, and that area floods). Privacy and sunlight for the neighbouring unit blocks will be deprived. This building does not suit the area and the sizes of the rooms are too small. The list of objections goes on... see all the other 98 comments.

This is straight out money grabbing on the developers behalf. It does NOTHING to enhance the area and will be a nightmare for residents - including the people that will live in these little boxes. And again, it will be a major safety risk to our children attending Palm Beach Primary School. When will this overdependent madness stop? When there is a fatality?? ...Or when the Gold Coast gets a new Mayor?

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