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7.2.2.1 Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan code

7.2.2.1.1 Application

(1) This code applies to assessing a material change of use, reconfiguring a lot, operational work or building work in Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan area if:
(a) assessable development where this code is an applicable code identified in the assessment benchmarks column of a table of assessment for a neighbourhood plan (section 5.9); or
(b) impact assessable development.
(2) Land in Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan is identified on NPM-002.1
Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan map
and includes the following precincts:
(a) Northgate Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-001);
(b) Bindha Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-002):
(i) Bindha north sub-precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan NPP-002a);
(ii) Bindha south sub-precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan NPP-002b).
(c) Banyo Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-003);
(d) Nudgee Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-004);
(e) Nudgee north precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-005);
(f) Blinzinger Road precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-006);
(3) When using this code, reference should be made to section 1.5, section 5.3.2 and section 5.3.3.

Note—The following purpose, overall outcomes, performance outcomes and acceptable outcomes comprise the assessment benchmarks of this code.

Note—This neighbourhood plan includes a table of assessment with variations to categories of development and assessment. Refer to Table 5.9.7.A, Table 5.9.7.B, Table 5.9.7.C and Table 5.9.7.D.

Note—The terms ‘advanced manufacturing’ and ‘creative industries’ are defined in the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre report ‘Advanced manufacturing – a new definition for a new era’ (2017), and Brisbane City Council’s ‘Creative Brisbane. Creative Economy. 2013-22’ report (2013).

7.2.2.1.1 Purpose

(1) The purpose of the Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan code is to provide finer grained planning at a local level for the Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan area.
(2) The purpose of the Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan code will be achieved through overall outcomes, including overall outcomes for each precinct of the neighbourhood plan.
(3) The overall outcomes for the Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan are:
(a) Development in the Low impact industry zone, General industry zone precincts A, B and C, and the Mixed Industry and business zone precinct of the Specialised centre zone supports Brisbane’s economy by facilitating the ongoing operation and evolution of industrial activities in Brisbane’s Northern industrial area and along Toombul Road.
(b) Residential development is a mix of low density, character residential and low-medium density residential housing with limited provision for medium density residential development in the Medium density residential and Mixed use zones.
(c) Development in the growth node around Northgate railway station provides a mix of employment and residential uses which is primarily residential to the west of the railway line, and primarily mixed industry and business to the east of the railway line.
(d) Development in the railway station precincts creates a high quality, fine grain urban environment promoting pedestrian activity, including achieving access through pedestrian arcades, and maximising access to public transport.
(e) Development creates an integrated local road network which facilitates direct access to railway stations and activity centres, and supports finer grained development.
(f) Development for a sensitive use within the Industrial amenity investigation area sub-category is compatible with nearby existing uses that have the potential for off-site air or noise emissions and does not adversely impact on the continued operation of those existing uses.
(g) Development ensures that the environmental values, including habitat, ecological, cultural and waterway values of Nundah Creek, Nudgee Waterhole and the corridor linking the waterhole to the Boondall Wetlands indicated in Figure e are retained and enhanced.
(h) Development is of a height scale and form which is consistent with the amenity and character, community expectations and infrastructure assumptions intended for the relevant precinct, sub-precinct or site and is only developed at a greater height, scale and form where there is both a community need and economic need for the development.
(4) Northgate Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-001) overall outcomes are:
(a) Development in the Mixed industry and business zone precinct of the Specialised centre zone provides a mix of low impact industrial uses, including advanced manufacturing, creative industries and commercial uses including offices, shops and food and drink outlets.
(b) Development creates active building frontages and high quality, tree-lined city streetscapes along Holland Street and Ridge Street to support pedestrian movement to Northgate railway station.
(c) Development near the Northgate railway station creates a publicly accessible plaza that provides an active pedestrian entry to the southern access to Northgate railway station as indicated in Figure a.
(d) Development in the Mixed use zone on Ridge Street provides cafes, restaurants, and local shops near the Northgate railway station and provides a significant corner site to identify the southern entrance to the Northgate Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-001).
(5) Bindha Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-002) overall outcomes are:
(a) Development of the large land holdings close to the Bindha railway station, which forms part of the Northern industrial area, supports Brisbane’s industrial economy by providing a mix of advanced manufacturing, low impact industry, and office uses.
(b) Development achieves legible pedestrian access to the Bindha railway station for residents and employees.
(c) Development in the Bindha Station north sub-precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a):
(i) achieves an integrated mixed industry and business precinct with a focus on advanced manufacturing;
(ii) creates a local road network, including a north-south connection between St Vincents Road and Bindha railway station and east west connections between Harold Street and Blinzinger Road and between Blinzinger Road and Bindha railway station as indicated in Figure b, which minimises direct access to identified freight routes;
(iii) creates a publicly accessible plaza to provide a pedestrian entry to the Bindha railway station as indicated in Figure b.
(d) Development in the interface area of the Bindha Station north sub-precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a), shown in Figure b:
(i) has a built form that provides a transition between the mixed industry and business area outside the interface area, and the surrounding low and low-medium density residential areas;
(ii) provides a human scale front façade that is engaging at street level;
(iii) provides for a range of industry and business uses;
(iv) may include a limited amount of residential development where a residential use is adjacent to or opposite land in a residential zone; provides an acceptable level of residential amenity where occupants should expect ambient noise levels to be relatively high, both inside and outside buildings, due to their proximity to industrial activities; and does not prejudice the operation of existing or future industry uses.
(e) Development in the Bindha Station south sub-precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b):
(i) creates a local road network including north-south connections between Earnshaw Road and Bindha railway station, and an east-west connection from the Bindha Station south sub-precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b) to the Banyo Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-003) as indicated in Figure b.
(6) Banyo Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-003) overall outcomes are:
(a) Development establishes Tufnell Road and St Vincents Road as active main streets providing for a mix of small scale commercial and residential tenancies.
(b) Development provides a diverse range of centre activities for the residents, workers and visitors of the Banyo district catchment including a maximum of two full line supermarkets.
(c) Development creates new road connections to Tufnell Road (Banyo Station precinct, Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-003), Earnshaw Road and the Bindha Station south sub-precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b) as indicated in Figure c.
(7) Nudgee Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-004) overall outcomes are:
(a) Development creates a mix of low impact industry and office activities on Elliott Road and Ivedon Street that provides a buffer between utility services on the north side of Elliott Road and residential development on Ivedon Street, Rochat Avenue and Solomon Street.
(b) Development is oriented to and provides an active frontage to the Nudgee Recreation Reserve, as indicated in Figure d.
(c) Development extends Rochat Avenue to Elliott Road to improve local road network accessibility as indicated in Figure d.
(d) Development creates an arcade to improve pedestrian access to the Nudgee railway station from Rochat Avenue in accordance with Figure d.
(e) Development extends Railway Parade to Railway Street to improve local road network accessibility to Nudgee railway station as indicated in Figure d.
(f) Development supports the consolidation of St Achs Street Park and Railway Park as indicated in Figure d.
(g) Development in Railway Street provides a mix of low-medium density residential, small scale retail and food and drink outlets.
(8) Nudgee north precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-005) overall outcomes are:
(a) Development provides a retirement facility and complementary facilities on the Mercy Centre site (131 Queens Road, Nudgee).
(b) Development protects the habitat and ecological values of Nundah Creek and the Nudgee Waterhole to Boondall Wetlands corridor.
(9) Blinzinger Road precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-006) overall outcomes are:
(a) Development comprises a mix of dwelling houses and multiple dwellings at a yield of 16 to 25 dwellings per hectare which is sensitive to the physical and visual character and amenity of the adjoining Low density residential neighbourhood.

7.2.2.1.3 Performance outcomes and acceptable outcomes

Table 7.2.2.1.3.A—Performance outcomes and acceptable outcomes
Performance outcomes
Acceptable outcomes
General
PO1
Development is of a height, scale and form that achieves the intended outcome for the precinct, improves the amenity of the neighbourhood plan area, contributes to a cohesive streetscape and built form character and is:
(a) consistent with the anticipated density and assumed infrastructure demand;
(b) aligned to community expectations about the number of storeys to be built;
(c) proportionate to and commensurate with the utility of the site area and frontage width;
(d) designed to avoid a significant and undue adverse amenity impact on adjoining development;
(e) sited to enable existing and future buildings to be well separated from each other and avoid affecting the potential development of an adjoining site.

Note—Development that exceeds the intended number of storeys or building height can place disproportionate pressure on the transport network, public space or community facilities in particular.

Note—Development that is over-scaled for its site can result in an undesirable dominance of vehicle access, parking and manoeuvring areas that significantly reduce streetscape character and amenity.

AO1
Development complies with the number of storeys and building height in Table 7.2.2.1.3.B.

Note—Neighbourhood plans will mostly specify a maximum number of storeys where zone outcomes have been varied in relation to building height. Some neighbourhood plans may also specify height in metres. Development must comply with both parameters where maximum number of storeys and height in metres are specified.

PO2
Development for a publicly accessible plaza or arcade provided as part of development is easily accessed, attractive and supports personal safety.
AO2.1
Development provides for pedestrian and cyclist movement adjoining and through a site at street level or at-grade.

Note—Grade separated pedestrian movement systems, such as an overhead bridge or underpass, are avoided because they are less attractive and safe for users.

AO2.2
Development for a plaza, arcade, and other external area in the site which is intended for public access at night complies with:
(a) AS/NZS 1158.3.1:2005 Lighting for roads and public spaces Category P3;
(b) AS 4282-1997 Control of the obtrusive effects of outdoor lighting.
PO3
Development facilitates new pedestrian linkages to local streets (arcades) that improve pedestrian walkability to Northgate railway station and Nudgee railway station.
AO3
Development for the arcades identified in Figure a, between Holland Street and Melton Road, and Figure d, between Rochat Avenue and Nudgee railway station:
(a) provides pedestrian access during hours of operation of the use;
(b) integrates with adjoining buildings;
(c) links established pedestrian networks, parking and public transport facilities;
(d) has a minimum corridor width of 6m, including a minimum unobstructed pavement width of 3m;
(e) has an active use edge;
(f) is finished with high quality materials considering public safety;
(g) is provided at-grade with an adjoining public area and connects safely without any lip or step;
(h) incorporates crime prevention through environmental design principles to maximise safety;
(i) has signage at each end identifying the connection provided;
(j) is straight and allows for visual connection to the other end.

Note—Crime prevention principles can be found in the Crime prevention through environmental design planning scheme policy.

PO4
Development improves connectivity for road users, pedestrians and cyclists by providing the following local roads:
(a) a local road between Hamilton Street and Holland Street, and between Landy Street and Allworth Street as indicated in Figure a;
(b) local roads between St Vincents Road and Bindha railway station, between Harold Street and Blinzinger Road and between Blinzinger Road and Bindha railway station as indicated in Figure b;
(c) local roads to Tufnell Road and Earnshaw Road and to the Bindha Station south sub-precinct as indicated in Figure c;
(d) local roads between Rochat Avenue and Elliott Road, and between Railway Parade and Railway Street as indicated in Figure d;
(e) a local road from Blinzinger Road, opposite Raleigh Street, to Wellington Street as indicated in Figure f.
AO4
No acceptable outcome is prescribed.
If in the Northgate Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-001)
PO5
Development ensures that the building bulk and scale is consistent with the intended form and character of the Northgate Station precinct.
AO5.1
Development is contained within the building envelope for the site by applying:
(a) the maximum building height;
(b) front, rear and side setback requirements;
(c) building separation requirements;
(d) car parking setback requirements;
(e) active frontage requirements.

Note—The building envelope must include all requirements from any applicable overlay codes.

Note—This can be demonstrated by a building envelope plan, elevations and sections.

AO5.2
Development has front, side and rear boundary setbacks that comply with Table 7.2.2.1.3.C.
PO6
Development creates an attractive building interface with the streetscape along Holland Street and Ridge Street that is transit supportive to:
(a) facilitate safe, logical and direct pedestrian access to the railway station entry point;
(b) activate public space entry to the railway station;
(c) create vibrant and attractive street environment;
(d) enable casual surveillance of Holland Street and Ridge Street public spaces and the immediate railway station entry environment;
(e) provide a high level of personal and community safety and physical and visual integration with the railway station;
(f) provide a human scale, front façade that is engaging at street level.
AO6
Development along Holland Street and Ridge Street is treated as an active frontage–primary as indicated in Figure a, and provides:
(a) a continuous built form to the street at the nominated setback;
(b) a ground storey fully occupied by highly active non-residential uses including food and drink outlet or shop;
(c) a first and second storey featuring windows or balconies promoting interaction with and surveillance of the street;
(d) awnings for the primary pedestrian entry on the active building frontage;
(e) lighting of publicly accessible areas including the underside of awnings;
(f) at least 1 pedestrian entry and exit for every 10m of building frontage;
(g) a minimum of 50% transparent external wall materials up to a height of 2.5m above pavement level;
(h) a minimum ground-storey height of 4.2m.
PO7
Development of vehicle access and parking does not impact on active frontages.
AO7.1
Development along Holland Street and Ridge Street, ensures that vehicle and service access is:
(a) not located on this active frontage–primary;
(b) from a secondary frontage or from an adjoining premises if a shared driveway and access arrangement is established.
AO7.2
Development along Holland Street and Ridge Street ensures that parking is not located adjacent to the frontage or is not visible from the street.
PO8
Development provides car parking which:
(a) minimises the impact on the quality of adjoining streetscapes or public spaces in terms of location, bulk, form and amenity impacts including noise, light or odours;
(b) takes account of the following:
(i) the location of active frontages and public spaces;
(ii) setback distances to mitigate impacts;
(iii) the scale and detail of any parking structure walls when viewed from the street and adjoining properties;
(iv) the visual impact of open car parking and vehicle movement areas on the street and adjoining properties;
(v) convenient, safe and legible vehicle access and car parking for users.
AO8.1
Development provides car parking which is:
(a) not visible from the street, other public spaces or adjoining properties; or
(b) located below ground or behind active uses for the full street frontage;
(c) set back from front, rear and side boundaries in compliance with the requirements in Table 7.2.2.1.3.D.

Note—Car parking which extends 1m above ground level will be counted in the maximum height and will be subject to the relevant boundary setback requirements.

AO8.2
Development does not provide a basement parking structure which:
(a) extends above ground level forward of the main building line;
(b) impacts on connections between the public footpath or space and the development.
AO8.3
Development only provides car parking located above ground if:
(a) it is fully integrated within the building design and is sleeved by development to required active frontages; or
(b) it offers short term car parking for customer, visitors or service providers, that is a portion of the total required car parking, and does not impact on active frontage requirements; or
(c) it is located to the side or rear of the site away from the primary street or active frontage.
AO8.4
Development for a multistorey or podium car park:
(a) is not located on the street frontage and is behind smaller uses to create an active frontage and avoid long blank walls particularly adjacent to a primary entrance from a key pedestrian connection; or
(b) includes building façade details that extend to disguise the car parking floors; or
(c) is screened to become a visually interesting structure.
AO8.5
Development ensures that visitor or customer car parking is:
(a) clearly signposted;
(b) lit at night;
(c) not located behind a security barrier.

Note—The detailed design is in accordance with the Transport, access, parking and servicing code and planning scheme policy.

PO9
Development creates an active railway station plaza to improve visual and pedestrian connectivity to the southern Holland Street entry of the Northgate railway station.
AO9.1
Development provides a railway station forecourt (plaza) of at least 400m2 on Holland Street adjacent to the Northgate railway station in accordance with Figure a which:
(a) is a regular shape and has a minimum frontage to Holland Street of 10m and a minimum dimension of 20m;
(b) is integrated with surrounding development and with the pedestrian access to the Northgate railway station;
(c) is located at the level of the ground storey of adjoining buildings;
(d) is suitable for pedestrian and cyclist access;
(e) includes a minimum of 50% hard paved area;
(f) includes a minimum of 20% deep-planting area to accommodate subtropical shade trees;
(g) is a minimum 75% open to the sky;
(h) does not provide for a vehicle entry, driveway, car parking, bin storage or servicing area;
(i) does not provide for a mechanical ventilation outlet or vent on a frontage adjoining the plaza.
AO9.2
Development provides active frontages to Holland Street and the railway station plaza as indicated in Figure a.
AO9.3
Development for a plaza:
(a) is publicly accessible;
(b) provides equitable access to and movement in the plaza in accordance with AS 1428.1-2009 Design for access and mobility;
(c) has a dominant ground level that is less than 1m above or below the dominant adjacent street level;
(d) is designed such that the majority of the plaza space, that is an area which is more than 50%, is visible from the dominant adjacent public street.
PO10
Development of a significant corner site creates a locally distinct streetscape on the Ridge Street, Holland Street and Melton Road frontages to maximise street level activity and pedestrian movement to Northgate railway station.
AO10
Development is designed to emphasise the corner setting of the significant corner site
as indicated in Figure a.
If in the Northgate Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-001), where in the Specialised centre (Mixed industry and business) zone
PO11
Development has a site cover which:
(a) balances built form with open space, parking and landscaping at ground level;
(b) limits areas of external surface car parking;
(c) provides for landscaping and deep planting areas.
AO11
Development has a maximum site cover of 75%.

Note—The site cover includes at-grade car parking areas that are covered with shelter. Enclosed car parking areas are included if they protrude more than 1m above ground level.

PO12
Development provides for a wide range of industry and business uses, with a focus on low impact industry, research and technology industry and service industry uses.
AO12
Development on a site 2,500m2 or greater ensures that at least 60% of the gross floor area is used for low impact industry, or research and technology industry or service industry.
If in the Bindha Station north sub-precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a)
PO13
Development provides a comprehensive response to integrating large sites, that:
(b) provides small scale uses that serve workers in the mixed industry and business area such as food and drink outlets, shops and community facilities;
(c) may include some residential uses in the interface area shown on Figure b, where a residential use:
(i) is adjacent to and addresses St Vincents Road, Cranwich Street or Blinzinger Road;
(ii) is located, designed and constructed to achieve the air quality (planning) criteria in Table 8.2.13.3.B, odour criteria in Table 8.2.13.3.C and health risk criteria in Table 8.2.13.3.D;
(iii) is located, designed and constructed to achieve the noise (planning) criteria in Table 8.2.13.3.E to protect the development from adverse noise impacts;
(d) demonstrates that the scale and design of new buildings will respect and respond to the neighbouring Suburban Living Area;
(e) ensures building heights step down to neighbouring low density and low-medium density residential areas;
(f) provides a high quality public realm and internal access circulation with a strong pedestrian focus through subtropical landscaping, streetscape improvements and passive surveillance;
(g) provides a railway station forecourt public plaza as a public space to support a central public space and improved visual and pedestrian connectivity between the precinct and Bindha railway station;
(h) provides high quality pedestrian and cyclist access that connects with the Bindha railway station and promotes reduction in private transport demands;
(i) provides vehicular access and circulation to the site that integrates with the local road network.

Note—An air quality impact report prepared in accordance with the Air quality planning scheme policy can assist in demonstrating achievement of this performance outcome.

Note—A noise impact assessment report prepared in accordance with the Noise impact assessment planning scheme policy can assist in demonstrating achievement of this performance outcome.

AO13
Development is consistent with a structure plan, prepared in accordance with the Structure planning planning scheme policy, that demonstrates the following:
(a) at least 60% of the gross floor area for the sub-precinct as a whole is used for low impact industry, or research and technology industry or service industry;
(b) a railway station forecourt public plaza is located near Bindha station as shown in Figure b;
(c) an integrated, publicly accessible, road network connecting St Vincents Road, Harold Street and Blinzinger Road to Bindha railway station as indicated in Figure b;
(d) an arcade connecting Park Street to Bindha Station as shown in Figure b;
(e) building heights in the interface area in Figure b do not exceed three storeys;
(f) vehicular access to primary freight access roads is provided via the internal road network;
(g) residential development is provided only if:
(i) located in the interface area indicated in Figure b;
(ii) located adjacent to, and addressing, St Vincents Road, Cranwich Street or Blinzinger Road;
(iii) the use does not extend more than 26m perpendicular to the road frontage;
(iv) no more than 50% of the length of the road frontage comprises residential uses;
(v) the use is not located within the minimum separation distance specified to a use in Table 8.2.13.3.G.

Note—Refer SC6.29 Structure planning planning scheme policy for further guidance.

If in the Bindha Station south sub-precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b)
PO14
Development achieves new local public road access, extending the surrounding street network through the site to support finer grained redevelopment, an integrated precinct outcome and access to Bindha railway station.
AO14
Development achieves an integrated local road connection to Bindha railway station and to the Banyo Station precinct, as indicated in Figure b.
If in the Banyo Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-003)
PO15
Development in the District centre zone provides small scale shops and offices fronting Tufnell Road and St Vincents Road, and one additional full line supermarket near the future roads connecting to Tufnell Road identified in Figure c.
AO15
No acceptable outcome is prescribed.
If in the Nudgee Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-004)
PO16
Development in Mixed use zone provides a building design that incorporates passive surveillance of Nudgee Recreation Reserve.
AO16
Development where facing the Nudgee Recreation Reserve is oriented to overlook the reserve with windows and balconies located on upper levels designed to provide casual surveillance opportunities.
PO17
Development provides land for public park on St Achs Street.
AO17
Development allows for the conversion of the access strip at 70 St Achs Street to public open space in Figure d once alternative access from Railway Parade has been established.
PO18
Development where fronting Ivedon Street has a building size and bulk which is consistent with adjoining and facing residential areas.
AO18
Development building height where within 30m of the Ivedon Street frontage does not exceed 2 storeys.
If in the Nudgee north precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-005)
PO19
Development is sited to protect the ecology and landscape values of the Nudgee Waterhole to Boondall Wetlands environment corridor.
AO19
No acceptable outcome is prescribed.
If in the Blinzinger Road precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-006)
PO20
Development provides a new local park on the corner of Blinzinger Road and Wellington Street, as indicated in Figure f.
AO20
Development provides local recreation space as shown in Figure f.
Table 7.2.2.1.3.B—Maximum building height
Development
Maximum building height (storeys)
If in the Northgate Station precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-001), where in the Specialised centre (Mixed industry and business) zone
Development of a site less than 2,500m2, or where less than 60% of the gross floor area is for low impact industry or research and technology industry or service industry.
4 storeys
Development of a site 2,500m2 or greater and where at least 60% of the gross floor area is for low impact industry, or research and technology industry or service industry.
6 storeys
If in the Bindha Station north sub-precinct (Banyo—Northgate neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a)
Development within the interface area indicated in Figure b.
3 storeys
Development outside the interface area where less than 60% of the gross floor area for the sub-precinct as a whole is for low impact industry or research and technology industry or service industry.
4 storeys
Development outside the interface area where at least 60% of the gross floor area for the sub-precinct as a whole is for low impact industry, or research and technology industry or service industry.
6 storeys
If in the Nudgee north precinct (Banyo—Northgate Neighbourhood plan/NPP-005)
Any development
2 storeys
Table 7.2.2.1.3.C—Boundary setback requirements for Northgate Station precinct
Height
Minimum boundary setback
 
Front/street (m)
Side (m)
Rear (m)
Where fronting Holland Street (Active frontage)
Where fronting Toombul Road
Ground storey
0
3
0 if blank
2 otherwise
6
Podium or up to 3 storeys
0
3
0 if blank
3 otherwise
6
Tower – above 3 storeys to 6 storeys
6
6
6
10


Notes—

Table 7.2.2.1.3.D—Siting requirements for car parking
Height of wall or parking
Car parking configuration
Minimum boundary setback to parking or parking structure (m)
Front/street
Side/rear
Below ground level or above ground level by less than 1m and enclosed
0 if below ground level
4 if above ground level by less than 1m
0
Above ground level by less than 4.5m and enclosed
6
0
Above ground level between 4.5m and 2 storeys or 7.5m and enclosed
6
0
3 if partially open
Above ground level between 7.5m and 3 storeys or 10.5m and enclosed
6
0
6 if partially open
Above ground level by greater than 3 storeys and 10.5m
No acceptable outcome is prescribed

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