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7.2.2.4 Bulimba district neighbourhood plan code

7.2.2.4.1 Application

(1) This code applies to assessing a material change of use, reconfiguring a lot, operational work or building work in the Bulimba district neighbourhood plan area if:
(a) assessable development where this code is an applicable code identified in the assessment criteria column of a table of assessment for neighbourhood plan (section 5.9); or
(b) impact assessable development.
(2) Land in the Bulimba district neighbourhood plan area is identified on the NPM-002.4 Bulimba district neighbourhood plan map and includes the following precincts:
(a) Bulimba north precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001);
(b) Oxford Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002):
(i) Oxford Street B1 sub-precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a);
(ii) Oxford Street B2 sub-precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b);
(iii) Oxford Street B3 sub-precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002c).
(c) Hawthorne centre precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003);
(d) Department of Defence site precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-004);
(e) Godwin Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-005).
(3) When using this code, reference should be made to section 1.5, section 5.3.2 and section 5.3.3.

Note—This neighbourhood plan includes a table of assessment with level of assessment variations to those in sections 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 5.8 and 5.10. Refer to Table 5.9.10.A, Table 5.9.10.B, Table 5.9.10.C and Table 5.9.10.D.

7.2.2.4.2 Purpose

(1) The purpose of the Bulimba district neighbourhood plan code is to provide finer grained planning at a local level for the Bulimba district neighbourhood plan area.
(2) The purpose of the Bulimba district neighbourhood plan code will be achieved through overall outcomes including overall outcomes for each precinct of the neighbourhood plan area.
(3) The overall outcomes for the neighbourhood plan area are:
(a) The district’s primary role as a low to low–medium density residential area is retained.
(b) Development in the Bulimba district neighbourhood plan area provides for low-rise detached dwelling houses predominantly in the Low density residential zone.
(c) Streets and areas present a strong traditional built character by retaining pre-1911 houses and houses built in 1946 or before and conserving mature plantings.
(d) New houses, extensions to houses and multiple dwellings are built to a design which is in keeping with the local pre-1911 and built in 1946 or before traditional building character, where located within the Traditional building character overlay or Pre-1911 building overlay.
(e) The history and commercial character of the neighbourhood plan area is protected, in particular:
(i) places of cultural heritage significance are conserved to preserve the areas identity;
(ii) the areas traditional commercial buildings built in 1946 or before are protected with extensions to these buildings built to a design that is in keeping with the existing building’s architectural character;
(iii) views of heritage places from the public realm are maintained as a priority.
(f) The Oxford Street frontage will continue to be the focus for retail, food and drink outlet and entertainment related uses such that the development of these activities beyond the boundaries of a zone in the centre zones category or the Mixed use zone is not consistent with the outcomes sought.
(g) Redevelopment or refurbishment of existing development incorporates high-quality building and landscape design themes.
(h) The local servicing and employment opportunities offered by existing industrial activities along Taylor Street are maintained, with any new development on these sites not to involve a residential use and to be consistent with low impact industrial uses.
(i) Development at the intersection of Hawthorne Road and Lindsay Road is consolidated to form a local convenience centre where:
(i) existing character commercial and character non-residential buildings in the centre will be protected and adaptively re-used for retail and commercial uses;
(ii) character residential buildings in the Hawthorne centre precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003) may be demolished where this is required for the expansion of the cinema complex.
(j) The Byron Street/McConnell Street riverfront area will transition from its existing boat building and light industrial focus to become a low-rise residential precinct comprising a mixture of dwelling houses and multiple dwelling developments that provide public access along the riverfront, and provide views from the street to the Brisbane River through breaks in buildings.
(k) An integrated network of shaded, landscaped streets and pedestrian and cycle routes enhance connections to Bulimba’s residential areas, the Oxford Street and Hawthorne commercial areas, the ferry terminals and parks.
(l) Multiple dwelling developments in Banya Street, Johnson Street and Bulimba Street in the Bulimba north precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001) is low rise and respects the scale and character of the area through varied building heights and articulated built form.
(m) 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) Bulimba north precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001) overall outcomes are:
(a) This precinct encompasses established low impact industry and warehouse activities which may cease operation or relocate over the life of this neighbourhood plan.
(b) Multiple dwellings are the preferred future land use in the precinct and lot amalgamation is encouraged to facilitate this outcome.
(c) Development provides public access to and along the Brisbane River in order to improve access to the Apollo Road ferry terminal and the riverfront generally and has a built form which includes separation and breaks to allow views from the street to the Brisbane River.
(d) This precinct also supports a mix of existing residential, low impact industry and warehouse uses, in 2 distinct blocks separated by Banya Street where:
(i) in this part of the precinct, building heights will vary across both blocks.
(5) Oxford Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002) overall outcomes are:
(a) The Oxford Street precinct remains the focus of the business activity and community life in the neighbourhood plan area with the role of the precinct consolidated as the primary commercial/retail, entertainment and leisure centre in the neighbourhood plan area.
(b) Development in the Oxford Street precinct provides for the expansion and improvement of retail, business, leisure and community functions.
(c) Development where in the District centre zone is designed as a pedestrian place, where development maintains a human scale to the street and provides for an active frontage at the ground storey to encourage movement and interaction between private development and adjacent public spaces.
(d) Development in the Oxford Street B1 sub-precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a):
(i) creates a cohesive, well-designed centre connecting the established village with key local destinations such as Bulimba Memorial Park, the ferry terminal and the Brisbane River;
(ii) is consistent with the low-rise village scale of Oxford Street and incorporates design elements that reflect the established streetscape character;
(iii) is of a continuous and fine-grain built form with active frontages that creates visual interest and improves connectivity to the riverfront;
(iv) at ground level contains a mix of active uses such as shops, restaurants and other services contributing to a vibrant pedestrian realm and multiple dwellings above ground are supported, provided that the primary role of the precinct as a commercial and retail centre is not compromised and issues of building scale, noise and privacy are addressed;
(v) gives priority to pedestrian and cyclist movement along Oxford Street such that driveway crossovers to Oxford Street are limited to achieve a safe and continuous pedestrian spine and access for car parking and servicing is via side streets and shared where possible;
(vi) manages impacts on adjoining low density residential and low–medium density residential areas through appropriate building siting and design and landscape treatments;
(vii) enhances the landscape character of Oxford Street by planting mature vegetation as part of new development;
(viii) ensures that the Bulimba ferry terminal functions as a gateway to Oxford Street for those arriving by CityCat or ferry and becomes a destination in its own right, building on the landmark qualities of the heritage ferry terminal building and riverfront location;
(ix) increases the vitality of the Oxford Street precinct west of the Bulimba Memorial Park and strengthens connections between the Brisbane River and the established village centre to the east;
(x) does not support expansion of the centre along the northern side of Oxford Street due to the quality of heritage, character, commercial character buildings and the positive contribution they make to the streetscape and character of the area.
(e) Development in the Oxford Street B2 sub-precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b):
(i) provides a riverfront park north of the Bulimba ferry terminal to further strengthen these connections to the Brisbane River;
(ii) ensures that the park provides continuation of the existing riverside park south of Oxford Street.
(f) Development in the Oxford Street B3 sub-precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002c):
(i) fronting Lytton Road maintains the low-rise village scale of Oxford Street and sensitively responds to the slope characteristics of the site;
(ii) maintains views of the heritage listed Bulimba Uniting Church from Riding Road, Oxford Street and from the lower section of Lytton Road.
(6) Hawthorne centre precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003) overall outcomes are:
(a) The Hawthorne centre precinct will develop into a consolidated centre with a low- rise village feel which serves the local needs of Hawthorne residents and supports the facilities and services provided in the Oxford Street precinct.
(b) The retention of existing commercial and residential character buildings maintains the village aesthetics of the precinct.
(c) Key corner sites provide important local landmarks and new development retains traditional commercial character building forms and active commercial and retail frontages at these locations.
(d) Development accommodates overland flow from the Pashen Creek overland flow path and is designed and located to minimise risk from high water conditions.
(e) Development respects and integrates with character buildings, particularly the cinema, using traditional design elements, whilst establishing a cohesive built form identity for the precinct.
(f) Shared access and servicing arrangements avoid a net increase in driveway crossovers to Hawthorne Road, retaining the fine-grain commercial character of the precinct and improving the function and safety of the pedestrian realm.
(g) Development which is retail focused provides active frontages to Hawthorne Road and its corner with Lindsay and Orchard streets and the park.
(h) Park Street should not be activated given the impact this would have on residential premises. Above ground level, offices, home businesses and multiple unit dwellings are considered generally appropriate.
(i) Development retains and enhances the character and functional elements of the neighbourhood plan area, in particular:
(i) character residential housing is retained and adaptively re-used for commercial and retail or home based business uses;
(ii) development maintains the established built form along Hawthorne Road provided by the existing character housing;
(iii) where a site is not improved by a commercial character building or character dwelling, multiple dwellings may be consistent with the outcomes sought provided that proposals respond to the adjoining streetscape character and complement the dominant retail function of the village.
(j) The existing mechanical workshop site north of Orchard Street provides opportunities for redevelopment which will accommodate:
(i) a mix of uses that support the dominant retail function of the precinct;
(ii) offices that activate Hawthorne Road and incorporate multiple dwellings above ground level are consistent with the outcomes sought.
(k) The Cineplex building is a character non-residential building considered to have significant value as a local landmark which:
(i) provides an anchor for the precinct;
(ii) may be subject to sensitive adaptation where the proposal is supported on economic grounds, makes a positive contribution to achieving the planning scheme’s intent for the precinct and where the characteristic features of the iconic Cineplex buildings are retained or sympathetically treated.
(l) Commercial character buildings adjacent to the Cineplex building, such as the barber shop, also add significant character to the village and are likewise retained.
(7) Department of Defence site precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-004) overall outcomes are:
(a) Should the Commonwealth Government cease operations at the Bulimba Barracks, the subsequent redevelopment of the site will achieve the following:
(i) retention of the existing operational facilities of and access to the Royal Australian Navy South Queensland Headquarters;
(ii) identification and conservation of significant heritage and character buildings and features of intrinsic historic value that reflect the previous use of the site as a defence base;
(iii) an appropriate mix of uses, housing types and densities, including affordable housing;
(iv) sensitive integration of built form with surrounding residential areas;
(v) retention of significant vegetation;
(vi) improved access to essential facilities and community services;
(vii) provision of new infrastructure that meets the needs of the community with infrastructure contributions which are consistent with the Priority infrastructure plan;
(viii) generous public parkland and Riverwalk along the entire Brisbane River frontage of the site, including a safe and attractive pedestrian and bikeway network that integrates with the wider district;
(ix) a passenger set-down area and community meeting space adjacent to the Apollo Road ferry terminal with provision for off-street car parking;
(x) a permeable street network, including universally designed footpaths that reflects the grid pattern of surrounding established residential areas and maximises access to and use of public transport.
(8) Godwin Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-005) overall outcomes are:
(a) Development in the Godwin Street precinct contributes to the creation of a vibrant, revitalised business and industry area and incorporates a range of low impact industrial uses and complementary business and commercial uses.
(b) The existing low impact industry located to the west of Bulimba Memorial Park is replaced by a mix of commercial and residential land uses.
(c) Residential uses, in particular multiple dwellings and short-term accommodation, offices and a range of employment uses are appropriate where they can successfully integrate with surrounding residential uses.
(d) Retail and restaurant activities are not located in the precinct to ensure that Oxford Street remains the area’s dominant retail and entertainment precinct.
(e) A new cross block link is formed between Love Street and Godwin Street, providing a convenient link for pedestrians between the residential area west of Love Street and Memorial Park and Oxford Street. Refer to the Streetscape hierarchy overlay.
(f) No expansion to the Godwin Street precinct’s external boundaries or significant increases in the scale or intensity of activity occurs to maintain the amenity of surrounding residential areas.

7.2.2.4.3 Assessment criteria

The following table identifies the assessment criteria for assessable development.

Table 7.2.2.4.3.A—Criteria for assessable development
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 to 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 7.2.2.4.3.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 a maximum number of storeys and height in metres are specified.

PO2
Development ensures the provision, dedication and design of public open space provides for the needs of residents.
AO2.1
Development maximises recreational opportunities along Norman Creek by providing areas and facilities to enable public access.
AO2.2
Development for community uses in Balmoral Park are co-located wherever practicable to allow for greater informal recreational use of the park.
If in the Bulimba north precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001)
PO3
Development sensitively integrates with older existing uses and open space areas.
AO3.1
Development has a gross floor area which is no more than 80% of the site area if:
(a) the site has frontage to a road with a reserve width of 15.5m or more;
(b) a minimum site area of 2,500m2.
AO3.2
Development of new premises for a residential use fronting Johnston Park is orientated to address the park and street by:
(a) orientating windows and balconies towards the park and street frontages;
(b) avoiding fences and blank walls along the park frontage.
PO4
Development ensures public access is provided along the Brisbane River as a key recreation facility which also improves access to the Apollo Road ferry terminal.
AO4
Development along the Brisbane River frontage dedicates park for future public use, in accordance with Figure c, which:
(a) is designed and constructed in accordance with the Infrastructure design planning scheme policy;
(b) is in accordance with Figure d.
PO5
Development provides for:
(a) a pedestrian connection between Byron Street and the riverside park;
(b) cross block links for public use; which are publicly accessible 24 hours a day.
AO5.1
Development provides a cross block link in the location identified on the Streetscape hierarchy overlay which is designed and constructed in accordance with the Infrastructure design planning scheme policy.
AO5.2
Development dedicates the cross block link to Council.
If in the Oxford Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002), where in the Oxford Street B1 sub-precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a)
PO6
Development:
(a) reinforces the traditional ‘suburban village character’ of Oxford Street;
(b) complements the layout, scale including height and setback, built form and character of existing buildings;
(c) delivers a vibrant pedestrian realm along the street by maximising street activity and retaining the characteristic fine-grain urban form of the centre;
(d) incorporates elements of traditional shopping street design including exposed gables, timber joinery and well-defined shopfront and entry doors.
AO6
Development:
(a) has building openings overlooking the street;
(b) provides active street frontages built to the boundary;
(c) provides a non-residential ground storey in mixed use developments;
(d) ensures commercial/retail uses are provided at ground storey;
(e) provides ground-storey pedestrian entries at a minimum of every 10m;
(f) ensures second and third floor residential uses provide balconies overlooking Oxford Street.
PO7
Development ensures that:
(a) building design sensitively integrates with the streetscape of Oxford Street and provides continuous pedestrian shelter to maximise pedestrian comfort and accessibility;
(b) original shopfronts are retained or refurbished using materials which complement the period of the building.
AO7.1
Development retains and adaptively re-uses commercial character buildings by:
(a) maintaining the height relationship of existing floor areas to street levels;
(b) locating extensions at the rear of the premises.
AO7.2
Development incorporates the following design elements:
(a) articulated frontages and roof lines;
(b) parapets;
(c) footpath awnings that extend over the adjoining footpath.
AO7.3
Development provides a minimum 20m and a maximum 30m continuous building frontage to Oxford Street.
PO8
Development ensures a building is located in relation to site boundaries to:
(a) promote an attractive streetscape;
(b) support the suburban centre function of the Oxford Street precinct;
(c) maintain privacy for residents.
AO8
Development has a building setback from boundaries in accordance with Table 7.2.2.4.3.C.
If in the Oxford Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002), where in the Oxford Street B2 sub precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002b)
PO9
Development:
(a) demonstrates outstanding architectural and landscape design;
(b) responds to the site’s particular importance as an entrance statement to the Oxford Street precinct;
(c) reflects and optimises opportunities provided by the site’s prominent location and attributes;
(d) occurs across all properties, collectively and is not piecemeal;
(e) does not detract from the cultural heritage significance of the Bulimba ferry terminal;
(f) promotes an attractive and active streetscape along Oxford Street.
AO9
Development provides a signature building which assists in defining the western entry of the Oxford Street precinct and accentuates visual and physical linkages to the Brisbane River through:
(a) achieving a minimum site area of 2,340m2;
(b) an articulated built form and varied roof line;
(c) cantilevered awnings along the full length of Oxford Street frontage;
(d) active street frontages as built to boundary on both the Oxford Street and Quay Street frontages;
(e) generous fenestration of building facades with window and door openings which address the street and no blank walls to Oxford Street;
(f) the part of a building above ground level being set back from boundaries in accordance with Table 7.2.2.4.3.C.
PO10
Development of a lot fronting the Brisbane River provides a publicly accessible park along the Brisbane River as a key recreation facility which improves public access along the riverfront.
AO10
Development of new premises along the Brisbane River frontage dedicates park for future public use along the entire frontage to the river, which:
(a) is designed and constructed in accordance with the Infrastructure design planning scheme policy;
(b) is in accordance with Figure a.
If in the Oxford Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002), where in the Oxford Street B3 sub-precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002c)
PO11
Development:
(a) demonstrates outstanding architectural and landscape design;
(b) responds to the site’s particular importance as an entrance statement to the Oxford Street precinct;
(c) reflects and optimises opportunities provided by the site’s prominent location and attributes;
(d) does not detract from the cultural heritage significance of the Bulimba Uniting Church;
(e) presents an attractive and active streetscape appearance on Lytton Road;
(f) maintains views to the Bulimba Uniting Church from Lytton Road, Oxford Street and Riding Road.
AO11
Development assists in defining the eastern entry of the Oxford Street precinct through:
(a) building design that sensitively responds to the steeply sloping site and does not create large, blank retaining walls or facades that are visible from Lytton Road;
(b) generous fenestration of building facades with window and door openings which address the street and no blank walls to Lytton Road.
If in the Hawthorne centre precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-003)
PO12
Development:
(a) ensures that this area functions as an attractive local centre serving the convenience needs of the local resident population;
(b) creates active frontages on Hawthorne Road and maintains residential amenities on nearby local streets;
(c) is consistent with the built form character and amenity of the area.
AO12
Development is compatible with the form, design and scale of commercial character buildings such that:
(a) existing commercial character buildings or character non-residential buildings are retained, refurbished and used for small-scale retail and commercial uses;

Note—The precinct contains an iconic local character non-residential building in the form of Hawthorne Cineplex building.

(b) where a new building is proposed on a corner site, the building:
(i) is built to the street frontage on both sides;
(ii) contains uses which activate the street;
(iii) is indicative of architectural style of commercial character buildings in the area;
(iv) has awnings which extend over the adjoining footpath;
(c) if fronting Hawthorne Road, is built to the street frontage and provides an awning over the adjoining footpath;
(d) if it has an active frontage, is limited to a street within the precinct boundary.
PO13
Development ensures that pedestrian movement along Hawthorne Road is safe and convenient and takes priority over vehicle access.
AO13.1
Development results in no net increase in driveway crossovers provided to Hawthorne Road.
AO13.2
Development on a corner site is accessed via Orchard Street or Lindsay Street.
If in the Godwin street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-005)
PO14
Development ensures that building siting and design:
(a) respects the layout, scale including height and setback and character of existing buildings;
(b) provides a continuous active street frontage;
(c) provides continuous pedestrian shelter to maximise pedestrian comfort and accessibility and maintains the tree-lined streetscape;
(d) maintains privacy for adjoining residential properties including by vegetated buffers.
AO14.1
Development provides building setbacks in accordance with Table 7.2.2.4.3.C.
AO14.2
Development provides balconies and openings overlooking the street.
AO14.3
Development provides awnings to the Godwin Street and Love Street frontages and does not result in the loss of street trees.
PO15
Development provides a 24-hour publicly accessible pedestrian connection between Love Street and Godwin Street providing easy and convenient access to Memorial Park.
AO15.1
Development provides a publicly accessible cross block link in the location identified on the Streetscape hierarchy overlay map.
AO15.2
Development ensures that the design and construction or enhancement of laneways and cross block links is in accordance with the Infrastructure design planning scheme policy.
AO15.3
Development dedicates the cross block link to Council.
PO16
Development carefully manages impacts on the amenity of an adjoining Low density residential zone, Low–medium density residential zone or Character residential zone.
AO16
Development provides building setbacks in accordance with Table 7.2.2.4.3.C.
Table 7.2.2.4.3.B—Maximum building height
Development
Building height
(number of storeys)
If in the Bulimba north precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-001), where fronting Bulimba Street, Banya Street or Johnston Street
Development of a residential use
2
9.5
Development of a residential use located behind 2 storeys
3
12
If in the Oxford Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002)
Development of a site in the Oxford Street B1 sub-precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002a)
3
10.5
If in the Godwin Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-005)
Any development in this precinct
3
10.5
Table 7.2.2.4.3.C—Oxford Street and Godwin Street precinct building setbacks
Front setback
Side setback
Rear setback
If in the Oxford Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002) or the Godwin Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-005)
Ground storey
Not specified
0m where adjoining the District zone precinct of the District centre zone, the Inner city zone precinct of the Mixed use zone, or a road frontage
3m
3m where adjoining the Low density residential zone, the 2 or 3 storey mix zone precinct of the Low-medium density residential zone, or the Character zone precinct of the Character residential zone
First storey
Not specified
0m where adjoining the District zone precinct of the District centre zone, the Inner city zone precinct of the Mixed use zone, or a road frontage
3m to balcony and 6m to the building wall
3m where adjoining the Low density residential zone, the 2 or 3 storey mix zone precinct of the Low-medium density residential zone, or the Character zone precinct of the Character residential zone
Second storey
3m to the balcony and 6m to the building wall
3m to the balcony and/or building where adjoining road frontage
3m to balcony and 6m to the building wall
4m to the balcony and/or building where adjoining the District zone precinct of the District centre zone or the Inner city zone precinct of the Mixed use zone
If in the Oxford Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-002)
Ground storey
0m
Not specified
Not specified
First storey
0m to the balcony and 3m to the building wall
Not specified
Not specified
If in the Godwin Street precinct (Bulimba district neighbourhood plan/NPP-005)
Ground storey
3m
Not specified
Not specified
First storey
3m to the balcony and 6m to the building wall
Not specified
Not specified

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