Advice from Council’s Planning Services South received 5 February 2019:
I can confirm that the application was lodged by the applicant as Code Assessable and therefore not requiring public notification under the Planning Act 2016.
However through our initial review of the application, we have determined the building height to be 4 storeys and therefore based on the current design requires Impact Assessment and public notification. This advice has been passed onto the applicant and I am awaiting return advice in regards to how they wish to proceed.
In regards to the current status, this will depend on how the applicant wishes to proceed.
The options discussed with the applicant last week include the following:
• Provide amended plans by the 5 February 2019 to reduce the building height to 3 storeys to remain as Code assessment;
• Provide amended forms and reporting by 5 February 2019 detailing the current design lodged is Impact assessment; or
• If no response is received by 5 February 2019, an Action Notice will be sent to ensure one of the above is completed and allow the application to progress.
Irrespective of the application being Code or Impact assessable, the community are able to lodge a submission throughout any stage of the application prior to decision. There is no cut off for submissions to be lodged.
This can be done online at https://pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au or directly to:
Brisbane City Council
GPO Box 1434
BRISBANE QLD 4001
Your comments are sought into a planning study to investigate options to improve safety and reduce congestion at the Boundary Road (Coopers Plains) Rail Level Crossing.
HAVE YOUR SAY
- by completing the online survey (survey will take about 5 minutes to complete)
- attend a drop-in community consultation session (details below)
- or write to Department of Transport and Main Roads, Metropolitan Region, PO Box 70, Spring Hill Qld 4000
Please provide your comments by Friday 15 February 2019.
The Boundary Road (Coopers Plains) level crossing has been a major issue with local residents and commuters for a number of years due to its congestion and safety issues.
Your comments are sought to assist in developing optins as part of the planning study.
Brisbane City Council's kerbside collection is an annual service across all suburbs to assist you dispose of large unwanted household items that are too big for wheelie bins.
Place acceptable materials for collection on the kerbside in front of your home. Items must be placed the weekend before the collection starts in your suburb. All items must be on the kerb by 6am at the start of the collection period.
2019 dates for the Moorooka Ward:
- Rocklea - Monday 4 February
- Moorooka - Monday 11 February
- Nathan and Salisbury - Monday 4 March
- Oxley - Monday 3 June
- Acacia Ridge, Archerfield, Coopers Plains, Pallara and Willawong - Monday 10 June
- Durack - Monday 24 June.
Check what items are acceptable here.
Download Council's free Brisbane Bin and Recycling App to receive free reminders before your kerbside collection.
I submit the following details as my objection to A004690321 – BMI’s Watson Road Resource Recovery Facility on land at 146 Watson Rd, and 121 Gregory St, Acacia Ridge – Lot 2 on RP 188292 and Lot 4 on RP 217765.
Advice from Council’s Development Assessment Team is that 102 Evans Road, Salisbury is zoned General Industry B under the current City Plan. This zoning is designed to accommodate low and medium industry as defined in the City Plan. The original approval under the previous City Plan 1987 was zoned General Industry.
Please note that a Development Application for 146 Watson Road and 121 Gregory St, Acacia Ridge (A004690321), currently operating as the BMI Resource Recovery facility, has been advertised.
Council has now refused this development application for a number of reasons as follows:
A004915150 - 12 & 16 Longueval Street, Moorooka - Material Change of Use to Rooming Accommodation.
Council has refused this development application in its present form.