Planning application at 49 Creek Road, Burpengary East QLD 4505
Oct. 29, 2017, 5:37 a.m.
Re: CHANGE TO A DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL Sustainable Planning Act 2009 s369 & s376 Development Application No.: DA/29624/2012/VCHG/2 Property Location: 49 Creek Road, Burpengary East Property Description: Lots 16, 17 & 18 RP 80649 Development Type: Request to Change the Development Approval - Material Change of Use - Development Permit for an Undefined Use (Manufactured Home Park)
So far from what's known and what's happened in regard to Lots 49, 59, and 67 Creek Road Burpengary East, Austcorp No 903, cleared the land late 2016, decimating habitats of both flora and fauna including possible injury to a Koala (Protected Species) and left other fauna in shock or worse! There was an abundance of raptors whose feeding ground was in and around that area and as time passes, these wonderful creatures are being driven away; it has been said that developers only care about money than the beauty of flora and fauna God gave us and developers hope to make them extinct!
Austcorp No 903, are elevating we feel, a road system through said lots, with little or no concern over the fauna that has returned since they desisted development in 2016. Too, there has been little concern shown in regard to dust caused by the present development and no water tankers on site to keep the dust down, again showing disregard to those who live nearby!
We believe also that the dwellings to be built from the fence line of Pacific Palms Village was supposed to be 3 metres and a request by the developer has been made to reduce that down to 2 metres is not acceptable; We have just found out that Austcorp No 903 has put forward new plans to Morton Bay Regional Council and Council has approved said plans without public input; no signage has been shown on Creek Road as to this new development and it seems little has been of concern to injury to fauna or damage to flora previously by Austcorp No 903 with all proof of said acts sent to both the Minister of the Environment State and Federal, information sent resulted in phone calls from both ministers that action would be taken against the developer in both cases! No wonder so many species of flora and fauna are now extinct!
Sadly, being elderly tends to make politicians ignore us, and as one senior minister told asked me, "How soon can you die off, you elderly are a waste of time!" and that told us what some think of us elderly pensioners!
From Donald & Margaret Campbell to local councillor Koliana Winchester