Res­i­den­tial Woodgate block split into three

Isis Town and Country - - News -

A RE­QUEST has been made to con­vert one res­i­den­tial lot into three lots in Woodgate.

The ap­pli­ca­tion was put be­fore the Bund­aberg Re­gional Coun­cil for 6 First Ave, Woodgate, to be con­verted into three res­i­den­tial al­lot­ments.

The ap­pli­ca­tion to sub­di­vide the beach­side land was re­ceived by the coun­cil on June 2 from Wayne Say and As­so­ciates who acted on be­half of the land own­ers.

The land is owned by Ja­son and Jil­lian Bar­tels, cov­ers 2652 sq m and fea­tures a tim­ber house, metal shed and re­tain­ing wall on the land.

Ap­proval, sub­ject to 19 con­di­tions, has now been granted for the land to be sub­di­vided into the three 875, 950 and 835 sq m lots.

The two new res­i­den­tial lots will re­quire street ac­cess onto First Ave – with the mid­dle lot to have a nar­row drive­way ac­cess be­tween the two additional lots.

The three-lot res­i­den­tial sub­di­vi­sion will cost the land­holder a coun­cil in­fra­struc­ture charge of $50,400.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

AP­PLI­CA­TION AP­PROVED: This block at Woodgate has been ap­proved to be split into three.

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