Planning application at Lot 201 Mahoney Road Woodhill QLD 4285

Adam Morris sent a message to Russell Lutton.

Russell Lutton
Adam Morris
Planning application at Lot 201 Mahoney Road Woodhill QLD 4285
July 13, 2018, 10:41 a.m.
Has this DA been approved? How do we access the plans. My concerns would be the size of the blocks, shld be 2 acre + & pleaseplease leave the trees alone as the neighbouring one has pulled them all down & grind them up with no water cart the dust & noise is amazing I’m amazed they get away with it.

From Adam Morris to local councillor Russell Lutton


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Planning Application for Lot 201 Mahoney Road Woodhill QLD 4285

Description: SP296632 Standard Format Plan (1 into 16 Lots) + 1 x Balance Lot

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Best wishes,

Russell Lutton
July 17, 2018, 2:01 a.m.
Dear Adam

I refer to your enquiry on development application RL/106/2017 over 5861 & 5863 Mount Lindesay Highway, Woodhill.

The application is code assessable (and therefore will not need to be publicly advertised) and has not yet been approved. The applicant responded to a request from Council officers for further information on 29 June 2018 and Council officers are currently considering the information provided.

Please see below for a link to the application and associated information:-

The proposed lots are all greater than 4000m2, which complies with the Logan Planning Scheme 2015 requirements for the Rural Residential zone – Park Living precinct zoning that applies to the site.

The application does propose some clearing of the trees and has submitted an ecological impact assessment that has assessed the clearing against the applicable Logan Planning Scheme 2015 and State requirements. This is currently being reviewed by Council’s environmental officers.

Should the application be approved, detailed requirements will be imposed regarding management of construction impacts and associated requirements such as dust suppression. Should you experience any adverse construction impacts from this or any other development you are also encouraged to contact Council’s Construction Taskforce by ringing 3412 5269, so Council officers can raise this with the site workers and ensure all relevant Council and legislative requirements are being adhered to.

If you do have any detailed queries on this application you are welcome to contact Council’s Planning Officer, Leah Bagnall on 3412 5484 or by email on

Kind regards,

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