A development application has been lodged for a Childcare Centre, located at 1-15 Grande Avenue, Springfield Lakes, Ipswich.
Designed by Reddog Architects, the proposal seeks a two storey childcare centre over the site, with a maximum building height (under 7.6m high) and located in proximity to an existing residential area. The proposal includes acoustic mitigation measures, landscaping screening and setbacks, to avoid any unreasonable adverse impacts.
– GFA (1,336sqm of GFA)
– 220 children
– two storey in height
– 3 outdoor play area
– 2 areas of undercover play area
– 11 activity rooms
– Acoustic treatments
– Swimming pool
– Art studio
– 46 car parking spaces
Hours of Operation
6am to 6pm, Monday to Friday
The proposed childcare centre includes 46 car parking spaces (two (2) PWD) within an open car park area. All vehicle and pedestrian access is provided to Grande Avenue, via a shared driveway.
The planners at Urbis state, “This section of the Springfield Structure Plan relates to mobility and transport infrastructure throughout the wider Structure Plan area. The proposed development is located within an established neighbourhood centre that is connected to mobility and transport infrastructure including roads, pedestrian footpaths and cycling
paths. This infrastructure provides logical and safe connections to the surrounding structure plan area“.
The proposal includes 1,336sqm of gross floor area (GFA), with 1,334.5sqm (28.7%) of site cover over the 4,650sqm site.
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The Application Information and References
– Lodged: 23 June 2021
– Council Reference: 11413/2021/ADP
– Address: 1-15 Grande Avenue, Springfield Lakes, Ipswich
– Structure Plan Sector: Sector 4
– Structure Plan Area: Community Residential
– Master Precinct Plan: Springfield Lakes South Master Precinct Plan
– Precinct Plan Designation: Neighbourhood Centre
– Application Report: Urbis
– Design Drawings: Reddog Architects
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview
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