The development application has been lodged for Multiple Dwellings located at 241 Marsden Road, Kallangur.
Designed by Raunik Design the proposal seeks forty two (42) x3 bedroom townhouses of a low-medium density, arranged in clusters of 2-5 in a row, with a maximum building height of 2 storeys (less than 12m in height). The proposal is within a General Residential Zone and the existing single detached dwelling will be removed to facilitate the proposed development.
Each dwelling is provided with private open space in the form of courtyards that have been positioned outwards along the site boundaries. Approximately 300sqm has been provided as communal open space in two (2) locations along the northern boundary. An existing overland flow path from Bob Brock Park is retained as a landscaped feature and address stormwater requirements from the site.
60 car park spaces are provided (42 residents, 6 additional residential tandem and 12 visitor spaces), with the main access proposed to Marsden Road via new internal common driveway.
The planners at I.B. Town Planning state, “the general design of the units externally is a mix of brickwork with lightweight horizontal and vertical cladding to provide variation in the building form, helping to reduce any perceived bulk and scale. Metal sheet roofing with skillion and parapet roof forms is used, further assisting in presenting the development as one of a low to medium density residential scale”.
The proposal is for 3,011sqm (37%) of site cover over the 8,094sqm subject site.
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The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged 11 June 2018
– Council Reference: 2018 / 36260 / V2M
– Address: 241 Marsden Road, Kallangur
– Zone: General Residential
– Neighbourhood Plan: N/A
– Application Report: I.B. Town Planning
– Design Drawings: Raunik Design
– Interactive Image: Google Streetview
Source: Information, Drawings and Images
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