Units, shop plan near Redland Bay school

OWNERS of a block of land in Redland Bay are calling for developer interest to build 17 units, a shop and a café about 200m from Redland Bay State School.
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Calls for developers to build 17 units and shop at this Redland Bay site. PHOTO: JUDITH KERR

Calls for developers to build 17 units and shop at this Redland Bay site. PHOTO: JUDITH KERR

The 8668sq m triangular block fronts one of Redland city’s most dangerous intersections at Giles and Cleveland-Redland Bay Road.

Redland City Council approved the development application which includes the two-storey, three-bedroom units covering 5000 sq m of the site in March 2012.

The proposed shop will include an parking for 44, an underground car park and an outdoor dining area.

Tree clearing will be necessary but no trees will be removed from an area zoned Environmental Protection.

The driveway to the site will be from Gordon Road, opposite a child care centre and an internal road will service the shops and units.

The first application, lodged on March 29, 2006, was for a service station, 12 units, shops and service industry over the entire site.

The land was originally zoned rural non-urban under the superseded Town Planning Scheme for the Shire of Redland 1988.

Under the current scheme, about half of the site is zoned Environmental Protection and half Urban Residential.

The proposal was publicly advertised and one properly made submission was received.

Expressions of interest close on July 16.

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