The Courier-Mail is reporting that the development will move forward with Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner confirming approval for the project had been carefully assessed against the requirements of City Plan and State Government planning laws over an 18-month period.
“Residents can build their homes up to 9.5m as a right in City Plan 2014, which is the height that has been approved next door to residents along Andrew Ave,” he said.
Cr Schrinner adds that the Council announcement does not stop village developers making applications for “similar projects”.
Will they be given a fair hearing though?
The Tarragindi village still faces three appeals in the Planning and Environment Court which will at the very least stall the development for a time.