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Skyscraper plans change South Brisbane

“With easy access to Brisbane’s tube and train stations and several green bridges, the district has It could be Brisbane’s most sustainable community.

Pojani said he knew people around the West End were “pretty upset” but that the real problem was more traffic, not more density.

“They are used to living in quiet neighborhoods where they can grow tomatoes and mangoes and vegetables in their backyards, yet still be within walking distance of the CBD and have very little traffic,” she said.

The mayor said the council believes the plan will help revitalize portions of the South Bank Parklands, including Howard Smith Wharf, New Farm’s James Street and the refurbished Eagle Street. He said he faces competition.

Mr Pojani said the increase in housing supply has pushed home prices down.

“It may mean that prices may remain high where new housing is being built due to continued demand, while elsewhere in the region the diversification effect may keep prices higher. may go down.”

“These new housing packages must come with some degree of affordable housing and be accompanied by rental protection and eviction management,” she said.


She said shading effects from apartments, the need for new schools, medical facilities and additional public transportation for the additional 10,000 people would need to be addressed during the application phase.

“Brisbane is not like England. Building tall towers in England creates a ravine of shade, but it’s already got very bad wet weather, and it’s lost because there’s so little sun. It’s going to take a long time,” Ponjani said.

“But we’re not the kind of city that needs as much shade. We need more shade.”

Brisbane Times We understand that shading restrictions will prevent very tall applications close to Musgrave Park from obtaining approval, but applications above 30 stories in that zone will be considered.

https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/build-em-up-high-rise-plan-would-transform-south-brisbane-20230313-p5crlz.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_national Skyscraper plans change South Brisbane

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