- Jsoe000Participant@jsoe000Join Date: 2015Post Count: 5
Has anyone tackled red tape to get a bus stop (or any public asset) moved just a few meters down the road to make way for your driveway?
I’m talking QLD Brisbane Council area. I have a feeling it’s no easy road with lots of headwind. But I’m looking at putting an offer in for this development site in LMDR2 zoning, and just wanna check if it’s even worthwhile at all.
Thanks heaps!Adelaide Buyer’s AgentParticipant@ipcpropertyJoin Date: 2015Post Count: 7
I would speak to a town planner. They may be able to help you get it moved, or at least point you in the right direction. Also the town planner might have connections with the council planners and they may be able to help you get something tricky approved…KatarinaHParticipant@toddy2015Join Date: 2015Post Count: 10
Long painful road ahead – unless they wanted to move it anyway. Check with a town planner – even try to talk to Council. They do offer onsite assessments (against a fee of course). Is there no other alternative? Like a shared driveway – easily done with easements. Might be less painful though. There are so many variables that a town planner should always be the first stop when considering a development.Andrew PittParticipant@andrewpittJoin Date: 2015Post Count: 21
No. But I do have experience moving a telegraph pole for a driveway in Sydney. Long, long, long process, similar to DA process, with requirements for certified designers, Council approval and certified contractors, 9 month process, with more than 20 stages.
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