A development application seeking ‘Other Change’ has been lodged for multiple dwellings, located at 11 Drayton Terrace, Wynnum.
Designed by Architectural Collaborative, the proposal seeks sixteen (16) medium density residential units within a residential building that has a maximum building height of 5 storeys. Communal open lawn space, seating, dining and landscaping have been provided within the rear of the ground floor.
The planners at Urban Strategies state, “The intent of the revised proposal is to continue the same floor plate throughout all levels, maintaining a 3m setback, for the sake of consistency and improving internal unit design and function. This change is not considered to increase the bulk and scale of the apartments, nor will it affect overlooking, as can be seen within the accompanying architectural plans. Any negative impact associated with the intensification of this Performance Outcome is considered to be sufficiently offset by the improved unit functionality. Further, it is noted that units to be altered continue to be of a 2-bed configuration and hence are of no impact with respect to traffic or car parking generation”.
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The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged: 21 February 2022
– Council Reference: A005952369
– Address: 11 Drayton Terrace, Wynnum
– Zone: Medium Density Residential
– Neighbourhood Plan: Wynnum – Manly
– Application Report: Urban Strategies
– Design Drawings: Architectural Collaborative
– Landscape Drawing: Mark Baldok
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview
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