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Yeerongpilly transit oriented development and Greater Flagstone

Last Updated on Monday, 12 March 2012 14:20

TOD_scenario-one_YeerongpillyYeerongpilly transit oriented development may provide some useful information for the Greater Flagstone area residents - may being the operative word. The Yeerongpilly TOD Concept Plan of Development supporting report outlines how the Yeerongpilly TOD may be developed over the next five to ten years and sets out strategies for various aspects such as transport, community development and environmental sustainability.

See the concept plan here.  HAVE YOUR SAY.

The difference between Yeerongpilly and Greater Flagstone is that the former is to be built in an area which has already been developed - while Greater Flagstone is termed greenfield which means that there is currently no major development there. In order to 'manage growth' government prefers large landholders. Since these large landholders have been landbanking for future development - and financial gain.

Community at Flagstone is waiting anxiously for government to provide public transport and despite assurances that this would be provided more land is being released for development before any plan has been presented to the community for comment. However how responsive ULDA  will be to community in the old Beaudesert now Logan area is a matter for debate - and concern.

Have your say

You are invited to have your say on the draft Yeerongpilly TOD State Planning Regulatory Provision  (pdf 869 KB).

Submissions close at 5 pm on Monday 3 January 2011.

Written submissions can be sent via post, fax or email:

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This webpage   has all the relevant information and details for a  properly made submission ...to the Minister.

Benefits of the Yeerongpilly transit oriented development include:

more efficient use of existing land and infrastructure housing options, including a mix of housing types, sizes and tenures to suit different lifestyles and backgrounds

 new local employment opportunities convenient location close to transit stations, reducing traffic congestion and greenhouse gas emissions enabling more active lifestyles through new public spaces, recreational facilities, cyclist and pedestrian friendly streets, parks and plazas

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