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Town Planning Specialist in P&E Court Appeals CV

We have recently updated Ian Adam’s Curriculum Vitae as a Town Planning Specialist in Planning & Environment Court Appeals.

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Approved Ministerial Infrastructure Designation for Extensions to an Educational Establishment

85 North Road, Wynnum West – Approved Ministerial Infrastructure Designation for Extension to an Educational Establishment 

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The Planning Place, on behalf of the Iona College School,has obtained approval for a Ministerial Infrastructure Designation forextensions to an educational establishment from the Minister for the Departmentof State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning (DSMIP) todesignate the premises at 85 North Road, Wynnum West, Queensland.

On 13 February 2020, the Ministerial for DSDMIP issued aDecision Notice (DSDMIP Reference: MID-0919-0371) to designate the subject sitefor ‘educational facilities’ under Section 38 of the Planning Act 2016. Thedesignation took effect on the 21 February 2020 when a gazette notice waspublished in the Queensland Government Gazette (No. 36). The designationincludes a Multi-purpose Hall/Gathering Space of approximately 4,440m2of floor area and associated carparking area. The project involves a schoolextension accommodating the same student numbers as currently while providingfor improved state-of-the-art school educational infrastructure and facilitiesat the school.

Extension to a Childcare Centre

180 Jubilee Terrace, Bardon – Extension to aChild Care Centre on behalf of a community organisation, to a Locally ListedHeritage Place with State Government Referral for a State Controlled Road(Jubilee Terrace)

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Prelodgementdiscussions were held with Council to gain in-principle support for theproposal, and an early Referral Agency Response was sought from SARA, to allowthe Development Application to be processed and approved by Council, as quicklyas possible. Delays were had as a result of the length of time taken byCouncil to issue an invoice for the application fee with the application beingon behalf of a charitable organisation. Due to these delays, thedecision was made to pay the full fee, and seek a refund post lodgement. 

This shows thatwhat should be trivial matters can cause delays due to Council processes. The application wasapproved in one month, with approval being issued just before Christmas, asdesired by the client.

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