Planning application at 108 Bells Pocket Road, Strathpine QLD 4500

Lisa Crump sent a message to Mick Gillam.

Mick Gillam
Lisa Crump
Planning application at 108 Bells Pocket Road, Strathpine QLD 4500
May 21, 2017, 3:06 a.m.
I object to the opening of another centre 100 meters away from a beautiful C & K Centre.
The teachers provide above and beyond care and education to our community of children. Their programme is far above any standard I have ever seen in any of the other centres. This additional centre would put an enormous pressure on the C & K Kindy and may mean shutting its doors. In such a socio-economic area it would be a HUGE loss for that community. To take away such a wonderful education and start to the families and children of this area. Please put the funding into the centres that have been providing an outstanding service for the last 40 years.
Residents in the area have already been complaining for years about the traffic from local business, schools and centres. It will be unfair to the local residents to add more congestions and noise to such a peaceful area. If anything this would be a perfect location for a new and updated area for a community library to educate and support the people in this community. Please do not go ahead with the development of this additional centre.

From Lisa Crump to local councillor Mick Gillam


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Planning Application for 108 Bells Pocket Road, Strathpine QLD 4500

Description: Material Change of Use - Development Permit for a Child Care Centre

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Best wishes,

Mick Gillam
May 22, 2017, 2:47 a.m.
Dear Lisa,

Thank you for your email regarding the application for a Child Care Centre at 108 Bells Pocket Road, Strathpine.
Under the State Planning Act any person can apply for a Material Change of Use on any block of land in Queensland. Whether Council approves this application is another matter.

All applications are assessed by Council staff according to the Moreton Bay Regional Town Plan which has been approved by the State Government. In some cases an approval is made by the staff but in this case, as it is an Impact Assessable Application, it will come to Council for a final decision.

Before this assessment comes to Council, I, as an individual Councillor, am not permitted to comment either way as to my support or not of the application.
It is your right as a resident of the region to make a submission regarding the proposal. It must be addressed to:
The Assessment Manager,
Moreton Bay Regional Council,
PO Box 159,
Caboolture 4510

It can also be emailed to: or access on the web via

You have until 5pm on the 9th June to lodge your submission.

To assist you, I have included a link to Council’s website to help ensure that your submission is properly made. This is important should you want to carry the matter further if you do not agree with the final decision made by Council.

I hope this information is of use.

Best wishes,

Mick Gillam | Councillor for Division 8
Executive Services - Governance
Chief Executive Office
Moreton Bay Regional Council | Pine Rivers District
222 Gympie Road
PO Box 159 | Caboolture Qld 4510
Phone 3480 6512 | Fax 3205 7305