Mar 13, 2018 10:52 pm
I am in the Brisbane City Council.
So today I was provided a letter asking me to comment on the proposed construction next door (vacant lot). Apparently there are non-compliance boundaries/setback.
The form provided is named "Concurrence Agency Application" and only the "Neighbour's Statement" is provided in the post for me.
1) Does my neighbour need me to sign/comment before sending the form to BCC for approval or can they submit without my comments?
2) If I object to the proposed setback, are there any other forms I can lodge direct to the council? I am worried that if I return the signed form back to the neighbour/their builder, they will simply throw it in the bin and replace it with an empty page and advise council that they cant get hold of me...?
Re: Question about setback non-compliance2
Mar 17, 2018 10:02 am
Hey, call a townplanner and they can explain to you in detail, very friendly and reachable. I won't sign anything that will affect your enjoyment of your property and I think it sets the precedent for future neighbours too
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