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Carseldine Urban Village Master Plan & Stage 1 – 532 Beams Road, Carseldine


A development application has been lodged for the Carseldine Urban Village Master Plan and Stage 1, located at, located 532 Beams Road, Carseldine.

Designed by RPS Group, the proposal is for the Master Plan of the site redevelopment and a subdivision (Stage 1) to divide the site into large lots that will be subject to future development applications. The Carseldine Urban Village announcement by the State Government on October 09, 2016 now sees the development applications being lodged for assessment.

The lodgment of this development was announcement on 4 May 2018 by Cameron Dick, Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning stating, “Economic Development Queensland has submitted its development application for Stage 1 today, which will see around 50 homes created and a proposed retirement site that could contain a mix of 150 townhouse and apartments for different levels of mobility,”

“Several comprehensive reports, including a traffic impact assessment, stormwater management and ecology report, have been undertaken to ensure the proposed urban village is designed and planned with the surrounding environment front-of-mind.” Mr Dick said.

Master Plan
The Master Plan seeks to provide guidance for the site redevelopment, establishing guiding principles for future development applications, provisions for maximum building heights, density, infrastructure upgrades (civil, stormwater and traffic), acoustic, environmental offsets, bushfire and removal of vegetation.

Maximum Density Restrictions
– 606 dwellings – Residential
– 15,050sqm of gross floor area – Commercial
– 4,000sqm of gross floor area – Retail
– 100 child placement – Childcare

On road cycle lanes will be dedicated along the main boulevard between Beams Road to Dorville Road and 2-4m wide footpaths will be provides along all new streets and eastern railway corridor.

Proposed Road Upgrades / timing
Dorville Road / Zillmere Road – Before Stage 1 completion (<110 terraces and 150 aged care units)
Dorville Road / Internal Road Access (South) – Before Stage 5 completion
Dorville Road / Beams Road – Within 5 years, following Stage 5 completion
Beams Road / Balcara Avenue / Internal Road Access – Before Stage 1 completion
Beams Road / Carseldine Train Station Access – Before Stage 5 completion
Beams Road / Internal Road Access (Left-in / Left-out) – Before Stage 1 completion

Reconfiguring a Lot (Stage 1)
– Three master lots (subject to future development applications)
– Lot 7001 – balance land (3 lots)
– Access easement over the existing internal road (Village Main Street to Dorville Road); and
– Internal road network and two intersections proposed from Beams Road.

Road and Transport Infrastructure
The masterplan has allowed space for a potential future rail overpass on Beams Road to the north east corner of the site and for a potential future busway corridor through the site.

Concept images of Carseldine Urban Village

The planners at RPS Group state, “the proposed Master Plan introduces the ‘Carseldine Urban Village’ as envisaged by the development scheme to provide access to services and create diverse housing opportunities where people can live and work in a consolidated neighbourhood while enjoying the benefits of the ecological values of the site”.

The proposed Master Plan will retain 75% of the existing bushland on site to ensure passive recreation activities are provided through the Cabbage Creek corridor. Further, the development of the sporting facilities will provide a community outdoor hub for active recreation opportunities”

The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged: 4 May 2018
– Reference: #DEV2018/932
– Address: 532 Beams Road, Carseldine
– Priority Development Area: Fitzgibbon
– Landscape Masterplan: Urbis
– Subdivision Drawings: RPS Group
– Carseldine Urban Village: Place Design Group
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview

Source: Information, Drawings and Images
All article information is sourced and available for review from EDQ online or other referenced locations.


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