Material Change of Use and Plan sealing for strata titling – Dual occupancies – Pineview Estate, Beerwah (Sunshine Coast Regional Council)
Vizion Group Qld Pty Ltd are the premier developer of Dual occupancies on the Sunshine Coast. These two Dual occupancies are an example of the more than 40 high end Dual occupancies Emerge has worked with Vizion on from due diligence and planning approval, through to plan sealing and strata titling. Emerge are excited to be part of the team creating positive cash flow investment opportunities for Vizion’s clients.
Material Change of Use – Italian Restaurant – 7 Ocean St, Maroochydore (Sunshine Coast Regional Council)
This development involved extending an existing restaurant by adding an al fresco dining area. The client had been advised by Council that in addition to building certification, a Town planning application was required. Emerge were able to find an exemption under the current planning scheme, save the client in the order of $10,000 in application and consultant fees, and shorten approval timeframes from months to just one week.
“Pelican Bay” – Redland Bay Weinam Creek Priority Development Area (Economic Development Queensland)
This site presented significant constraints and complexities. Through extensive pre-lodgement meetings with Redland City Council and Economic Development Queensland, Emerge worked to address flooding, limit required road upgrades and garner support for a five storey unit development despite a three storey height limit. The result was an integrated, viable development creating 14 new freehold residential lots and 12 x two and three bedroom units.
“Highworth” – 264 Nambour Mapleton Road, Highworth (Sunshine Coast Regional Council)
This reconfiguration was the result of more than a year of intense negotiations with Sunshine Coast Regional Council to reconfigure the existing boundaries of nine rural lots so that each lot had safe and legible access, a developable building envelope and access to services and infrastructure. The final approved outcome was a picturesque rural subdivision and a functional and efficient use of otherwise inaccessible land.