Low density housing against a rail corridor isn’t really an issue though, people can’t exactly just hail a train as it drives by.^^ Yes, parts of the Robelle Domain does include Mountain Creek and it's immediate surrounds, but it also incorporates a large amount of space that looks to sit well above creek/flood level. As for Flagstone, you give PEET far too much credit given the proposed amount of residential (light grey in the map) that backs up right against the rail corridor.
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The stations are the critical piece here, hence why it’s important they have the town centre, and all the major traffic generators in close proximity to the station. In the absence of high density housing, it’s the retail, schools and commercial precincts which fill this traffic generator roles for flagstone.
in saying that, Flagstone has a number of ways to improve and is far from the benchmark solution