Public Notification

The Planning Act 2016 requires certain development applications to be publicly notified by publishing a notice in a newspaper, placing a notice on land and giving notice to adjoining owners, in the way set out in the Development Assessment Rules (DA Rules). For further information on public notification requirements, please see the Guide to public notification of development and change applications(PDF, 2MB).

Applications in Public Notification

Below you can find the development applications currently in Public Notification.

Application No.                

Description     

Location                                                   

Public Notification Period

Attachment

D/5-2023 Development Application for Material Change of Use for a Low Impact Industry 59 Lucas Street, Berserker  20 May 2024 to 12 June 2024 Application Documents(PDF, 19MB)
D/82-2023 Development Application for Material Change of Use for a Telecommunications Facility  50 Nagle Drive, Norman Gardens  13 May 2024 to 3 June 2024 Application Documents(PDF, 25MB)
D/187-2023  Development Application for a Material Change of Use for a Retirement Facility (351 Sites)  930-960 Norman Road and 19 McMillan Avenue, Parkhurst  26 April 2024 to 22 May 2024

Application Documents - Part 1(PDF, 309MB)

Application Documents - Part 2(PDF, 392MB)

D/180-2023 Development Application for a Material Change of Use for a Dwelling House 18-24 Hill Street, Lakes Creek 22 April 2024 to 17 May 2024 Application Documents(PDF, 19MB)
D/118-2023 Development Application for Material Change of Use for Multiple Dwelling Units (20 Units) Lot 2 Johnson Road, Gracemere 

22 April 2024 to 17 May 2024

Application Documents(PDF, 30MB)

 
Making a Submission

Should you wish to make a submission about an application, you may:

  • by email to enquiries@rrc.qld.gov.au - Queensland State Laws will accept this communication as containing the submission-makers signature under the Electronic Transactions (Queensland) Act 2001.
  • in person - see Contact Us for the address of our Customer Service Centres. 

Please note your submission must be a 'properly made submission' to gain rights to appeal any decision to the Planning and Environment Court.

 A properly made submission must:

  • be signed by each person who made the submission (in writing or electronic) 
  • be received during the public notification period
  • state the name and residential or business address of each person who made the submission
  • state the name or electronic address of each person who made the submission
  • state the grounds of the submission and the facts and circumstances relied on in support or objection of the grounds (with a focus on planning issues)
  • be addressed to the assessment manager

Please see the Guide to making a submission about a development application(PDF, 88KB) to assist you in making a submission.