PPA lead a multi-disciplinary consulting team through an intensive pre-lodgement consultation and development assessment process to secure approval for a 42ha master planned residential community in Toowoomba’s western growth corridor. PPA’s engagement included client representation and advisory through a third party submitter appeal process in the Planning and Environment Court which was successfully resolved within three (3) months. The project is the single-largest residential approval granted in Toowoomba and was decided by Toowoomba Regional Council in eight (8) months from lodgement of the application.
PPA has been engaged by a Sydney and Perth based development group to secure town planning approval for a 55ha industrial / business park project within Swanbank, Ipswich. PPA’s engagement has involved the engagement and management of all consultants on behalf of the Client as well as developing a complete development application strategy for a site encumbered by complex planning / environmental overlays.
PPA was engaged by a Sydney and Perth based development group to secure town planning approval for a twelve (12) storey apartment building, comprising 58 units in Chermside. PPA’s role included coordination of all consultants during the development application phase and post-approval PPA has been involved in coordinating building approval and conditions compliance documentation. PPA managed a multi-disciplined team to overcome a number of substantial site-based development hurdles in a timely and commercially effective manner.
PPA was responsible for obtaining the town planning approvals for a large integrated service centre located within the Toowoomba Enterprise Hub (Warrego Highway, Charlton). The project, which was completed on behalf of Witmack Industrial Pty Ltd, involved processing a Code and Impact assessable development application and required extensive consultation with Toowoomba Regional Council, the State Government (as a Concurrence Agency) and adjoining land owners. The development applications were both approved and construction of the project is due to be completed in December 2015. The facility involves a service station for regular and oversized vehicles, fast food tenancy, truck stop facilities and direct access to the Warrego Highway.