A developer has submitted plans to reconfigure one lot along Bridge St, Wooloowin into 25 lots for a multiple-dwelling project.
Plans have been submitted by Dunland Property to Council, seeking to establish 25 units across five cluster buildings, which will have a maximum height of three storeys each.
Around 17 of the townhouses will be two-storey dwellings whilst the remaining eight will be three-storey dwellings. All dwellings will contain two car spaces per allotment and private open space provided through rear courtyards and balconies.
The proposal includes car parking space for 50 vehicles and 12 more for visitors as well as bicycle parking within the garage of each townhouse.
The proposal is for Stage 5 of Wooloowin Residences, which previously received approval.
The subject site, which has a total area of 36,880sqm, is located at 60 Bridge St, Wooloowin.
Designed by Rothelowman, the living areas at ground level will have direct access to courtyards whilst those on upper level would have direct access to balconies, with secondary areas provided at ground level.
“The proposed dwellings comply with the maximum building height and setback plan requirements for the precinct. The proposal seeks a building height of 2 storeys and 3 storeys, and the permitted building height for this precinct is 2 and 3 storeys,” the planning documents read.
“The proposed dwellings are not located within the Heritage Laundry Precinct, however they comply with the maximum building height and setbacks plan requirement for the precinct,” said planners at RPS.
Further details about the proposed multiple dwellings can be viewed at Brisbane City Council’s website with the reference A005904947.