184.108.40.206 Lower Oxley Creek north neighbourhood plan code
Element 3.1 – Brisbane's environmental values;
Element 3.2 – Brisbane's environmental quality and sustainable design, and
Editor’s note—Where filling or excavation is conducted on land previously occupied by a notifiable activity or on land listed on the Environmental Management Register or the Contaminated Land Register, the relevant State Government department should be contacted for advice and guidelines.
Note—Assessment of cultural heritage significance related to potentially significant or identified Aboriginal places, sites or landscapes should be referred to the relevant State agency responsible for the administration of the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2003 for further advice.
220.127.116.11.3 Assessment criteria
(a) does not expose people to unacceptable levels of risk to health, safety and wellbeing from sub-surface landfill emissions, including landfill gas, contaminated groundwater or leachate;
(b) is designed and constructed to minimise and mitigate risks to health, safety and wellbeing from sub-surface landfill emissions, including landfill gas, contaminated groundwater or leachate.
Note—Compliance with this performance outcome can be demonstrated by the submission of the following reports prepared by qualified experts and certified by a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland: Hazard Analysis Assessment Report and Geotechnical Assessment Report.
Editor's note—Third party advice may be sought from State Government agencies regarding State Government registers and the assessment of any hazard analysis report.
No acceptable outcome is prescribed.
Access to Burman Road and Gooderham Road
Development gains access from roads that form part of the future transport network.
Note—The future transport network is identified in the Road hierarchy overlay map (OM-018.2).
Development does not provide access to sections of Burman Road and Gooderham Road identified in Figure a as not forming part of the future transport network.
If in the Habitat areas and ecological corridors (public) on Figure b
Development must protect and enhance biodiversity and landscape values as mapped in Figure b and provide public access along the public corridor that is safe from hazards and achieves Council's asset standards.
Habitat areas and ecological corridors (public) identified in Figure b are:
(a) transferred to the Council for public ownership;
(b) rehabilitated and stabilised in accordance with an approved rehabilitation plan.
Note— A rehabilitation plan will demonstrate achievement of this outcome. Rehabilitation is to be:
Where Centre activities in an area identified as a neighbourhood centre in Figure b
Development is only for one single, consolidated neighbourhood centre at the junction of Sherbrooke Road and King Avenue/Learoyd Road, and is arranged and designed in accordance with a structure plan that:
(a) provides active frontages to streets and the co-located park;
(b) provides safe and efficient access and parking located to the rear of centre activities;
(c) addresses internal circulation of heavy vehicles within the site and the impacts of heavy vehicle ingress and egress on the surrounding road network;
(d) includes a significant corner site.
Development provides a single, consolidated neighbourhood centre, located on one of the corners at the junction of Sherbrooke Road and King Avenue/Learoyd Road identified in Figure b.
Development is in accordance with the design principles in Figure c.
Note— A structure plan prepared in accordance with the Structure planning planning scheme policy can assist in demonstrating achievement of this acceptable outcome.
Development includes the mix of centre activities necessary to create a fully functioning centre, while ensuring the mix of uses is balanced so as to:
(a) provide commercial services and shops in small-scale tenancies that support local businesses and employees;
(b) not adversely impact on the continued operation of surrounding industrial uses;
(c) ensure a scale and intensity that reflects the intended function and character of the neighbourhood centre.
The neighbourhood centre has a maximum combined gross floor area of 6,000m2, does not include any sensitive uses and does not exceed:
(b) for an office - 3,500m2.
Development within the neighbourhood centre for a shop (supermarket) has a maximum tenancy size of 800m2 gross floor area.
The single consolidated centre is co-located with a local informal use park that:
(a) is of sufficient size to support the recreational needs of the future workforce in the neighbourhood plan area;
(b) is integrated with the centre and hardstand areas to provide a cohesive and legible development outcome;
(c) is designed and located to ensure direct surveillance from the centre and public street;
(d) includes a range of embellishments to meet the needs of the future workforce in the neighbourhood plan area.
The neighbourhood centre co-locates a local informal use park on the site that:
(a) is in accordance with the design principles in Figure c;
(b) is a minimum size of 5,000m2;
(c) has a minimum street frontage of 50m to either Sherbrooke Road or King Avenue/Learoyd Road;
(d) is suitably located to provide convenient user parking, including adequate parking for trucks along the adjacent kerb space;
(e) is embellished with picnic shelters, taps/bubblers, bins, seating and lighting.
Figure c—Design principles for the neighbourhood centre (layout and location indicative only)