A development application has been submitted for multiple dwellings, located at 18-22 Bruce Street and 46 Henry Street, Chermside.
Designed by ANA Architects, the proposal is for the development permit and material change of use of forty (40) units in a new residential building. The proposal is filed on four separate parcels of land with a combined area of 2,727 m² with frontage on Henry and Bruce streets.
Existing multiple dwellings and structures on the site will be removed to facilitate the proposed development. The site is in the medium density residential area. This site is located in the heart of the Chermside region of Queensland, close to Prince Charles Hospital, Chermside Shopping Centre, public transport and various leisure centres.
– Tower A: 6 floors, 16x 3 bedrooms, 8x 2 bedrooms and 12x 1 bedroom
– Tower B: 5 floors, 4 units of 4 bedrooms
– Site coverage of 48% or 1,316m²
– 80 vehicle spaces with 7 visitors
– 16.1% deep planting on site with large subtropical shade trees
– 13.1% additional landscaping (totaling 29.2% including deep planting)
– 269.2 m² of common space.
The development request aims to provide an improved building form by providing deep planting and screen to adjacent properties and access to elevated parking. Due to excessive flooding, the proposal was assessed on hydraulic impacts, safety and risk. The
Tower A provides a common rooftop area for both towers, including grassed and paved areas, a children’s play area, and passive and active recreation opportunities.
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Application information and references
– Filing date: July 13, 2022
– Advice reference: A006057440
– Address: 18-22 Bruce Street and 46 Henry Street, Chermside.
– Zone: Medium density residential
– Neighborhood map: Chermside Center
– Application report: Tailor-made P&D
– Design drawings: ANA Architects
– Landscape design: Laudink landscape architects
– Interactive image: Google Aerial and Streetview
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