Brisbane City Council has provided ‘in-principle’ support to the construction of a proposed new service station on Bracken Ridge Road, near the corner of Norris Road, Bracken Ridge.
Following a preliminary planning meeting with Duncan Austin of Brisbane developer Hardev Property, BCC has agreed to consider the proposed development application for a service station and multiple dwelling, which will be built on a re-configuration of lots 397 and 399 Bracken Ridge Road.
The DA will include the provision of a drive-through food and drink outlet and a townhouse complex, planned for construction adjacent to the service station.
The development will require the extension of Norris Road past the intersection of Bracken Ridge Road to the north.
Approximately 200 metres of new road will be constructed to service three proposed new lots across the 1.73hectare site.
No detail has been provided as yet regarding the style or number of townhouses that will be built, but they will be adjoining the Gateway Arterial Road at the rear, separated by a proposed acoustic sound barrier.
Hardev Property has been responsible for numerous developments across south-east Queensland in recent decades, including ‘The Village’ retirement villages in Taigum, Redcliffe and other locations.