A development application has been lodged for a Childcare Centre, located at 238‐242 Bay Terrace, Wynnum.
Designed by Think Tank Architects, the proposal seeks a large two storey childcare centre over the site, with a maximum building height (over 9.5m high in some areas) surrounded by an existing residential area.
The existing church has been integrated into the childcare design, forming part of the streetscape, while the existing dwelling will be demolished. The proposal includes acoustic mitigation measures, landscaping screening and setbacks, to avoid any unreasonable adverse impacts.
– GFA (1090sqm of GFA)
– 145 children
– two storey in height
– 2 elevated outdoor play area
– Areas of undercover play area
– 8 activity rooms
– Acoustic treatments
– 29 car parking spaces
Hours of Operation
7am to 6pm, Monday to Friday
The proposed childcare centre includes 29 car parking spaces (one (1) PWD) within an undercroft car park area. All vehicle access is provided to Walnut Street and pedestrian access to both street frontages.
The planners at Bartley Burns state, “The proposal is generally consistent with the intent of the Community Facilities Zone within City Plan 2014 and represents substantial compliance with the assessment benchmarks of the applicable codes. The proposal will not cause any significant impact on the surrounding area, instead providing for a positive, functional development which will satisfy the needs of the local community and protect the
The proposal includes 1,090sqm of gross floor area (GFA), with 1,083sqm (56.4%) site cover over the 1,918sqm development site.
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The Application Information and References
– Lodged: 20 April 2022
– Council Reference: A005994714
– Address: 238‐242 Bay Terrace, Wynnum
– Zone: Community Facilities
– Neighbourhood Plan: Wynnum‐Manly Neighbourhood Plan
– Application Report: Bartley Burns
– Design Drawings: Think Tank Architects
– Landscape Drawings: Butler and Webb
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview
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