The Brisbane City Council has deemed this development as ‘code assessable’ which means the application is fast-tracked and assessed against codes identified in the Brisbane City Plan 2014.
This development application does not require public notification and residents have no right of appeal!
On 9 August, the Brisbane City Council wrote to TriCare asking them to re-submit their design.
On 30 October, TriCare re-submitted its design. Despite the community submitting more than 800 objections, Tricare ignored these, and they now plan to build three towers of 16, 12 and 8 storeys, and still intend to destroy the protected trees on the site. Their new proposal manifestly fails to meet community expectations. Specifically:
- TriCare’s proposal remains out of step with community expectations for the site, and the amended heights are inconsequential and are still not in keeping with the character of the surrounding area.
- TriCare’s submission does not in any way adequately address the important issues raised in the Brisbane City Council’s Information Request of 9 August 2017.
- TriCare has failed to reduce the overall bulk, scale and height of the development to be compatible with the low-medium and medium density development in proximity to the site.
To ensure we get the best possible aged-care facility for Taringa, we must keep submitting objections.
We need to object now!
We have no right of appeal, so this is our one and only chance. Remember – you can submit as many objections as you like.
Find out what other people have said
You can view many residents’ concerns on the council website where submissions are listed here.