76 Kooya Rd, Mitchelton

A development application A006105111 was submitted to Council on 15 September 2022 by The Uniting Church in Australia Property Trust. 92 housing lots and a local park are proposed, with half the site to be retained as bushland.

Councillor’s Comment

Councillors do not have authority to direct the outcomes of development applications. Council’s independent Assessment Officers must adhere to extremely strict legislative guidelines, and Council are obligated to assess all development applications against the relevant legislation.

Read my comment to Council’s independent Assessment Officers:
Cr Wines – Councillor’s Comment – A006105111, 76 Kooya Rd, Mitchelton.pdf (1MB)

More information

You can review and make a submission about this DA online using Development.i:
A006105111 76 Kooya Road, Mitchelton QLD 4053
INITIALLY OPEN 23 June 2023 to 14 July 2023
PERIOD EXTENDED OPEN 6 July 2023 to 27 July 2023

PLEASE NOTE: ALL SUBMISSIONS MADE BETWEEN 23 JUNE 2023 TO 27 JULY 2023 WILL BE CONSIDERED PROPERLY MADE BY COUNCIL. If you made a submission from 23 June, there is no need to resubmit between 6 – 27 July for your submission to be counted during the public notification period.

This application is currently under assessment by Council’s independent Assessment Officers. This is an impact assessable application, which means it requires public notification including signage on site. Anyone who lodges a submission during the public notification period will have appeal rights in the Planning and Environment Court.

If you have already made a submission, and would like to have court appeal rights, please ensure you resubmit during the public notification period. It can be identical to the feedback you have already submitted.

The best way to stay up to date regarding development activity at 76 Kooya Road, Mitchelton is through Development.i. Within Development.i you can register to receive alerts and notifications for specific property, street, or area.

I encourage residents to address the shortcomings of the application in their submission, including how they feel the application does not meet the requirements of the Brisbane City Plan 2014, Mitchelton Neighbourhood Plan, and the State Government’s South East Queensland regional plan.

Find out more about planning and building in Brisbane on Council’s website.