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Concerns about process at 820 Greenbank Rd North Maclean in PDA Greater Flagstone

Last Updated on Sunday, 30 April 2017 00:48

GREATER FLAGSTONE is supposed to be one of Queensland's  "master planned satellite cities" with planning decisions made by state government - not local councils. 

Yet Queensland Government agency DEPARTMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND PLANNING has not included local community in any of its planning meetings for North Maclean proposed Enterprise Precinct. There have obviously been detailed meetings with local government Logan City Council and developers as revealed when DAs are added to EDQ website for PDAs.

820GreenbankRd satellite view outlineCurrently a seach shows that there are 11 applications relating to Greater Flagstone and 30 applications that have been approved - some in Pub Lane, Teviot Road, Jimboomba, North Maclean, Undullah, Kagaru, New Beith, Cedar Grove. There has never been any community consultation arranged for these 31 applications and as a "master planned city" there is NO CONCEPT PLAN for the "city" which is devoid of adequate infrastructure.

Public notification has not been well displayed - if at all.

820 Greenbank Road is DEV2015/727 by The Planning Place  Lot 2 on RP868726 has 14 documents

 Action Community has delayed a decision date for 15-20 days after 27 January - apparently an extension granted by applicant?

This gives community and concerned residents more time to make further representations to EDQ state MPs and local politicans.

Submitted Application


What issues concern you? eg flooding, traffic concerns ( eg trucks on Greenbank Rd , Crowson Lane now and any impacts you have had already), crime, wildlife impacts, roadkil.

What wildlife do you have on your property -focus on the state and federally signoficant species  eg koalas, glossy black cockatoos, flying foxes that you may have heard in your area, kangaroos and wallabies.
Quoll sightings have been observed in Rosina Rd (eg 142 Rosina Rd has had 3 different sightings over a few years – one sighting was of two quolls at the same time), and Greenbank Rd , and Crowson Lane. Even if you have not seen one yourself, you should mention that you are aware of this information .

 See attached letter template LETTER__TEMPLATE_820GreenbankRd-NORTH-MACLEAN.docx

Remember you can - and should - email your letter to all politicans who may be able to influence outcome

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