Looks like Final Orders were made by the P&E Court last week although they're not online yet. The Court filings are public:^^ Have a look at the DA. There's legal action between the applicant and council over whether the application was property made, a large number of submissions against the development, and a fair number for it as well. It's a bit of a sh!t fight at the moment...
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Probably thisWhat's all the roadwork going on near Banyan? Has that got anything to do with the development or SFA?
New design looks pretty bland (the low-fi renders probably don't help). The activation at street level looks like a worse outcome then what what was originally proposed in the Banyan DA.Probably this
Council has completed upgrades to the Main Street and River Terrace intersection at Kangaroo Point to improve safety for all road users.www.brisbane.qld.gov.au
Read more:Kangaroo Point residents protest over three-tower development
Member for South Brisbane Jackie Trad has joined angry inner-city residents in a protest that blocked local peak-hour traffic over three 15-storey towers that they say is ‘unsustainable overdevelopment’.
Danielle O’Neal, Tobias Jurss-Lewis, The Courier-Mail
October 14, 2020 9:21am
The proposed development site for three 15-storey towers in Kangaroo Point
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A contentious high-rise development, labelled as a “vertical cruise ship”, has sparked furore in Brisbane as a group of protestors blocked local peak-hour traffic in opposition of the development.
Jackie Trad joins locals in protest over a development at Kangaroo Point. Picture: Peter Wallis
Member for South Brisbane Jackie Trad joined 60 local protesters at Kangaroo Point on Wednesday morning, bearing signs and demonstrating their opposition to the “unbridled over-development” of the suburb.
Protesters block roads at Kangaroo Point on Wednesday morning. Picture: Peter Wallis
Locals have cited 18 reasons, including “environmental impacts” and “dangers to cyclist and pedestrians” in their opposition to the 108 Lambert St development, with the protest group
slamming the development as “absolutely ridiculous” and describing it as a “vertical cruise ship”.
Organiser Lori Sexton said the Lambert St development would destroy “their amenity, quality of life”.
“Kangaroo Point had the highest density of dwellings in any Brisbane suburb ... the highest traffic densities and highest non-residential traffic flows,” she said.
Locals block Lambert St on Wednesday morning. Picture: Peter Wallis
“This development will greatly increase noise and air pollution, the traffic congestion ... and the wellbeing of the community.”
The group has lodged an e-petition with Brisbane City Council opposing the development.
Half-yes half no. I actually agree, its density and issues are all pre-known, the show is over. So on one hand, I think you're right. Go somewhere else if you want acreage.Kangaroo Point is the densest part of Queensland, if local residents don't like that fact I really wonder why they choose to live there??
Improved Active Transport (Bridge connections) and what I hope would be an increased frequency of buses, the access is fine. Hopefully the high density and road capacity will translate into a greater mode share to active and public transport.Half-yes half no. I actually agree, its density and issues are all pre-known, the show is over. So on one hand, I think you're right. Go somewhere else if you want acreage.
The other hand, is that the access in and out of the pocket is a frikkin' nightmare. More people at this density is going to make the problem worserer. It doesn't get betterer, without a significant change to access like a tunnel out. That turning onto the bridge road, is just silly.
Good points. Bridge and buses both. But without a full line supermarket (the proposes woolies nearby is a metro?) There's a load of car focused traffic growth.Improved Active Transport (Bridge connections) and what I hope would be an increased frequency of buses, the access is fine. Hopefully the high density and road capacity will translate into a greater mode share to active and public transport.