A development application has been lodged for Multiple Dwellings, located 62 and 66 Beacon Street, Morayfield.
Designed by Zenith Designs, the proposal seeks fifty four (54) units of a medium density arranged across six (6) buildings, with a maximum building height of three (3) storeys (10.75m high). The proposal is within an General Residential zone and will remove the two (2) dwellings to facilitate the development.
– Twelve (12) x2 bedrooms
– Twenty Eight (28) x3 bedrooms
– Fourteen (14) x4 bedrooms
Each dwelling is provided with private open space in the form of verandah’s and rear courtyard’s that have been positioned outwards along the site boundaries or facing inwards. 949sqm of the site is proposed for a central communal open space which includes barbeque area, swimming pool, pool decks and grassed area for residents.
68 car park spaces are provided (no visitor spaces), with internal common driveway connecting to Beacon Street and Cox Drive.
The planners at Murray & Associates (Qld) state, “The proposed development will provide 54 residential units in a convenient and central area in Morayfield that is close to shopping centres, train stations and schools. In addition, the development will not affect the existing character of the locality and only enhance the housing diversity in the area. Furthermore, the proposed development is diligently designed to aesthetically complement the surrounding streetscape”.
The proposal includes a site cover of 3,918.46sqm (48.4%) over the 8,096sqm subject site.
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The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged 1 August 2018
– Council Reference: 2018/36590/V2M
– Address: 62 and 66 Beacon Street, Morayfield
– Zone: General Residential
– Neighbourhood Plan: N/A
– Application Report: Murray & Associates (Qld)
– Design Drawings: Zenith Designs
– Interactive Image: Google Article and Streetview
Source: Information, Drawings and Images
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