Planning application at 15 Midjimberry Road, Point Lookout QLD 4183

Tom Menzies sent a message to Peter Mitchell.

Peter Mitchell
Tom Menzies
Planning application at 15 Midjimberry Road, Point Lookout QLD 4183
May 20, 2019, 6:10 a.m.
RE: 30 Timbin Road, Pt Lookout.
Dear Cr Mitchell,

I am very busy, but noted that the building takes up most of the site.

Please have someone measure the land left and it appears not to comply with the plans on the RCC site.

Thank you.

From Tom Menzies to local councillor Peter Mitchell


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Planning Application for 15 Midjimberry Road, Point Lookout QLD 4183

Description: Dwelling - Dual Occupancy

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May 20, 2019, 6:14 a.m.
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Peter Mitchell
May 22, 2019, 6:21 a.m.
Dear Tom,
I have received the below response to my enquiry on your behalf. I am pleased to note that there is no breach.
There has been a request through to Development Control raised by ............. regarding the site coverage issue at this address. In the notes in the request DC advised there was no breach, and there has been a DA approved as well. There has also been a planning enquiry put through as well by another customer, and planning advised that site coverage was included in the assessment.
The plans for MCU17/0062 can be viewed on PD Online.