Planning application at 22 Palmwoods-Montville Rd, Palmwoods, QLD

Cassandra Lewis sent a message to Jenny McKay.

Jenny McKay
Cassandra Lewis
Planning application at 22 Palmwoods-Montville Rd, Palmwoods, QLD
June 14, 2018, 1:44 a.m.
I am opposed to this development due to the environmental impact on the local flora and fauna. This developer will harm and force out many of our local wildlife. This delelopment alongside the other numerous development in our beautiful town will cause further risk on our already congested and dangerous roads in Palmwoods. Please reconsider this development in order to maintain our beautiful town and to protect the wild and endangered flora and fauna.

From Cassandra Lewis to local councillor Jenny McKay


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Planning Application for 22 Palmwoods-Montville Rd, Palmwoods, QLD

Description: Extension to Currency Period for Multiple Dwelling Units (65) - Hall Developments Qld P/L

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Best wishes,

Jenny McKay
June 21, 2018, 2:10 a.m.
Good morning

Thank you for the email. There is a development approval on the site for a Multiple dwelling (comprising 55 units – ref. MCU07/0129), which was approved by the Planning and Environment Court in 2011. As the site has a lawful development approval in place, the land has been included in a zone that reflects the development approval (i.e. Medium density residential zone). The approved development has the appearance of townhouses, and has been designed with the local building character in mind. Residential development of this type is typically preferred to be located within walking distance to shops, transport and the like. In this regard, the development meets this outcome.

In respect to your concerns about wildlife, it is advised that the court approval includes conditions requiring rehabilitation of waterways with locally endemic plant species. It is expected that these rehabilitated areas will ultimately provide habitat for native fauna. It is noted that the site does not contain native vegetation, and no clearing will occur as a result of the development.

The applicant has recently applied to extend the timeframe in which they can carry out the development (ref. MCU07/0129.01), and is seeking an extension of the ‘relevant period’ by 2 years. This request is currently being considered by Council, and is due for decision at the end of July 2018.

Should you require any additional information about the development approval, please contact the Planning Assessment team on 5475 9801.


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