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Multiple Dwellings

JGPC has extensive experience and success in providing planning advice, and preparing and lodging development applications for multiple dwellings. JGPC works closely with clients, architectural firms and Council to achieve optimum results for both clients and future residents.

JGPC assists with a range of sized projects from one and two storey townhouse style developments to twenty-five plus storey high rise apartment buildings.


Unison -Skyring Terrace, Newstead

Project
Unison is a multi storey Mirvac development within Waterfront Newstead. The proposed development included two towers each of 23 storeys accommodating 279 residential units, with shops and offices included on the ground floor. 

Unison is a major project in Newstead creating a unique podium landscape and recreation offer for residents, and a building design that addresses all four road frontages.

JGPC was successful in negotiating and obtaining the relevant approvals.

Assessing Authority
Brisbane City Council

Key Issues
> Podium parking within the design
> Building massing
> Streetscape presence
> Overland flow


Pier, Newstead Terrace, Newstead

Project
The Pier development is Mirvac's signature project for Newstead Waterfront. It comprises two towers of premium residential living, including over 100 dwelling units. The project also included civic improvements such as Riverside parkland and a pedestrian plaza.  Mirvac's Pier development achieved record sales in Queensland for the highest selling unit. 

JGPC was successful in negotiating and obtaining the relevant approvals.

Assessing Authority
Brisbane City Council

Key Issues
> Public access through the precinct
> Timing and provision of open space
> Building design


Heston Road, Kelvin Grove

Project
59 Herston Road, Kelvin Grove is a three storey multiple dwelling which had particular site challenges, including a small lot size of 550m2 and its location adjoining dwelling houses. The contemporary design contains five dwelling units within a traditional building character area. 

JGPC’s town planners worked with the project architects and managed a proactive approach with Council to achieve approval success for the client. 

Assessing Authority
Brisbane City Council

Key Issues
> Building height and scale
> Setbacks
> Open space provision


Quattro, Ridley Street Auchenflower

Project
Quattro on Ridley Street, Auchenflower was a major development approval process achieving a five storey development outcome in a three storey residential height limit area. The approval relied on a ‘first principles’ planning approach, responding to the height of adjacent buildings, utilising the site’s accessibility to transport, and creating a strong design outcome to achieve a successful outcome for the client.

JPGC was successful in working with the project Architect to achieve the relevant planning approvals.

Assessing Authority
Brisbane City Council

Key Issues
> Building design
> Building height and setbacks
> Parking and service vehicle access


Railway Street, Alderley

Project
Railway Street, Alderley townhouses were developed on a small lot with a narrow width, providing the design and planning team with particular approval challenges.  JGPC gained approval for the well designed three unit townhouse development which was considered a positive planning outcome in a highly accessible location.

This development is a good example of a small scale development where the building designer and JGPC town planners worked together to achieve approval for the client.

Assessing Authority
Brisbane City Council

Key Issues
> Parking
> Open space provision
> Setbacks
> Building design on a small narrow lot