Logan City Council Subdivision Requirements – ADMISSION: Logan City Council will be voting on changes to the scheduling schedule at a meeting next week.
The changes come after the council said it has heard community feedback from residents who are furious over the development of small plots of land in the city.
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The method of dividing average party sizes will be removed from the regulation for which councilors will vote at the meeting next week.
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The average size of the plot made it possible to take into account the land at risk of flooding, such as land intended for roads, parks and easements, when determining the number of blocks in the selected area.
The proposed changes will have minimum lot sizes and a block size range will now be required for projects with 10 or more lots.
Visually appealing suburban streets with a variety of housing options will be encouraged under the proposed changes to the pattern.
Among the proposed new measures are requirements for developers to provide different plot sizes and front widths which we hope will encourage diversification of residential projects.
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The changes are intended to provide neighborhoods with less duplication of design, improved street landscapes, and easier access to amenities and services.
Other proposed changes include two new use codes covering healthcare services and childcare facilities in or near residential areas.
The new codes include approval criteria that take into account location, building design, traffic, and the impact that a service as a hub can have on local amenities.
Planning Committee chairman Jon Raven said it was important that the schedule be updated regularly to reflect the needs of our changing and growing community.
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“These changes close the gaps that some developers have exploited for years to increase their profits at the expense of our community,” said Cr Raven.
“Getting rid of the mid-sized party was one of the mayor’s first priorities after my election, and I worked closely with the staff to make this happen.
“Last year’s housing survey told us that the people of Logan City want diversity and the ability to choose how and where they live.
“I want to thank community members who took the time to provide feedback that helped us develop the proposed changes.
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“The quality and quantity of responses show how important it is that our Planning Plan is relevant, practical and has a clear roadmap for the future of our city.”
It also proposed 65 “operational” changes to the Planning Plan, many of which address community concerns.
New requirements for erosion and sediment control to better manage the effects of construction and minimize disruption to neighbors.
Recycled concrete can be used to build new roads with as little environmental impact as possible. The Council will also limit the number of shipping containers allowed on the property. An application for development has been submitted for initial approval for the amendment of the existing division into Emerging Community Zones, located at: 243-259, 261-279, 287-291 and 293-297 Loganview Road North and 465-485 Logan Reserve Road, Logan Reserve.
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Designed by Land Partners, the proposal aims to reconfigure the plot (5 plots in 184 residential areas, new roads, local park, drainage reserve and rainwater reservoir) in four (4) stages.
Phase 1 – 54 plots of land, local park. a drainage reserve, a storage reservoir and a new road. Stage 2 – 60 plots and a new road
The offer includes plots with an area of 374 sq m to 2,092 sq m, a new park with an area of 8,000 sq m, 4 768 sq m. detention facility, 7 373 sq m a drainage reserve and new roads on an area of 14,698 ha.
The proposed redevelopment will create a new road network from Loganview Road North and Logan Reserve Road, with access to all future stages.
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Planners at Land Partners say, “Major Use Change Pre-approval (Logan Planning Scheme 2015 (Rev.8) Request Modification Request) to amend the planning scheme to ensure development land used in a low-density residential area – Suburban.”
“This is in line with the purpose and intention of the Emerging Community Zone and the plans for the Logan Reserve area undertaken by the Council.
The proposed development is considered to be capable of achieving results consistent with the applicable overall Emerging Community Zone results.
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Over time, the involvement of a civil engineer in the development sector has become more regulated. While some documents remained substantially unchanged, apart from some updates for environmental reasons, the way in which regulators apply these documents has become less flexible. Don’t go back even 10 years ago and major design changes undertaken during construction would be dealt with through “as-built drawings” and certification. Nowadays, we generally comply (GVI), stop construction and wait for approval to make sure the authority does not reject the changes.
Have you seen the newly completed design and wondered what all this thing at the lowest end of the page is for? It is now standard practice to have rainwater quality and quantity facilities such as wetlands, bioretention tanks and retention tanks in a subdivision with more than 6 lots or 2,500m
. This requirement arose due to the growing awareness of our environment that has evolved over the past 15 years. Awareness has been entered into the Environmental Protection Law by various mechanisms, but the most important reason is the Country Planning Policy.
Mentioned before was like constructed drawings, oh how the requirements have changed! Previously, most of our as-built drawings were made as “markup” on design plans. Then slowly we began to give details of the exact location of the wells and other structures by shifting the borders of the RP along with the markers. Go a little further and we recreate long stretches of rainwater, including analysis, within the framework of the drawings made. At this stage, we send a drawing on paper and microfilm!
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Another progress comes out – PDF. The commencement of the work of the Council enabled the electronic submission of as-built drawings. This is a huge win and a time saver for everyone. Dan