Site Report
124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
Property Summary
  • Real Property Description:
    Lot 3 on RP44660
  • Zone:
    LMR2 Low-medium density residential (2 or 3 storey mix) zone
  • Neighbourhood Plan:
    Moorooka-Stephens district neighbourhood plan
  • Area:
    787m²
  • Total Frontage:
    18.4m
  • Tenure:
    Freehold
  • Ward:
    Coorparoo
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Development Potential Summary
  • House
    Likely to be supported
  • Multiple Dwelling
    Likely to be supported
  • Dual Occupancy
    Likely to be supported
  • Subdivision
    Likely to be supported
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124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
Development Potential - House
House
(examples: House)
A residential use of premises for one household that contains a single dwelling. The use includes outbuildings and works normally associated with a dwelling and may include a secondary dwelling.
Secondary dwelling
(examples: Granny flat)
A dwelling used in conjunction with, and subordinate to, a dwelling house on the same lot. A secondary dwelling may be constructed under a dwelling house, be attached to a dwelling house or be free standing.
Development Summary
  • Zone & Neighbourhood Plan
  • Site Dimensions
  • Constraints
  • Based on the information available to us, this type of development is likely to be supported
DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENTS
  • Level of Assessment:
    Code
  • Minimum Site Dimensions:
    Frontage: 0m (currently 18.4m)
    Area: 0m² (currently 787m)
  • Maximum Building Height:!
    Storeyss: 2
    Max: 9.5 m
  • Site Cover:
    Not Applicable
  • Yield:
    Plot Ratio: Not Applicable
  • Setbacks:
    Refer to the Queensland Development Code part MP1.2
  • Secondary Dwelling Size:
    80m²
  • Secondary Dwelling Location:
    Within 20m of the dwelling hosue
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124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
Development Potential - House (Continued)
RISKS & REQUIREMENTS
  • Dwelling house character overlay
    A Secondary Dwelling or Granny Flat must be subordinate to the dwelling house on the same site.
    A Secondary Dwelling must be: - Occupied by no more than 5 persons, not related by blood, marriage or adoption. - Occupied by members of the same household group as the dwelling house.
  • Flood overlay
    Part of the site may be subject to localised overland flow flooding risk.
    A flood study may be required.

    Habitable and non-habitable floor areas, and any essential services, will need to achieve appropriate flood immunity.
  • Flood overlay
    Part of the site may be subject to localised overland flow flooding risk.
    A flood study may be required.

    Habitable and non-habitable floor areas, and any essential services, will need to achieve appropriate flood immunity.
  • Heritage overlay
    The site may adjoin a Local or State heritage place.
    A heritage impact assessment may be required.

    Development adjoining a heritage place should not impact on views to a heritage place.
  • Traditional character building overlay
    The site is within an area identified as having traditional building character. The site may contain a pre-war building which is protected from demolition.
    Pre-war buildings are protected from demolition unless: - the building does not represent traditional building character; or - the building is not capable of structural repair; or - the building does not contribute positively to the visual character of the street. Partial demolition of a building must not result in the loss of integral components such as feature roof forms and side verandahs, which contribute to its streetscape character; or result in a narrow building which has a width-to-height proportion out of character with other pre-war buildings within the streetscape. Development will need to be designed to meet respect neighbourhood character. Any building constructed in 1946 or earlier must be retained at the front of the site at the street frontage. Development should present as a solid core with an attached or integrated light weight verandah or balcony addressing the street. The ground storey should not project forward of the upper floor balcony or verandah. Development should use traditional materials and roof forms that are consistent with dwelling houses constructed in 1946 or earlier fronting the same street.
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124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
Development Potential - Multiple Dwelling
Multiple Dwelling
(examples: Apartments, flats, units, townhouses, row housing, triplex)
Premises that contain three or more dwellings for separate households.
Development Summary
  • Zone & Neighbourhood Plan
  • Site Dimensions
  • Constraints
  • Based on the information available to us, this type of development is likely to be supported
DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENTS
  • Level of Assessment:
    Code where complying with the building height limit
    Otherwise:
    Impact
  • Minimum Site Dimensions:
    Frontage: 15m (currently 18.4m)
    Area: 600m² (currently 787m)
  • Maximum Building Height:!
    Storeyss: 2
    Max: 9.5 m
  • Site Cover:
    45%
  • Yield:
    Plot Ratio: Not Applicable
  • Front Setback:
    4m to balcony
    6m to wall
  • Secondary Frontage Setback:
    3m to patio or balcony
    4m to main building line
  • Side Setback:
    1.5m up to 4.5m building height
    2m up to 7.5m building height
    2m plus 0.5m per 3m above 7.5m building height
  • Built to Boundary Walls:
    Maximum height of 3m above natural ground level;
    Maximum length of 15m (except where matching the extent of a built to boundary wall on an adjoining premises);
    Not located within 1.5m of a habitable room in an adjoining building;
    For non-habitable rooms and spaces only (garage, bathrooms, corridors etc.);
    Located outside the front and rear boundary setbacks
  • Rear Setback:
    4.5m to balcony
    6m to wall
  • Private Open Space:
    Ground storey units - 35m² with a minimum dimension of 3m
    Above ground units - 12m² with a minimum dimension of 3m
  • Communal Open Space:
    5% of site area of 40m² (whichever is greater)
    *Developments with 5 dwellings or less can allocate additional private open space to a dwelling at ground storey instead of to communal open space
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124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
Development Potential - Multiple Dwelling (Continued)
RISKS & REQUIREMENTS
  • Flood overlay
    Part of the site may be subject to localised overland flow flooding risk.
    A flood study may be required.

    Development should be located outside of areas of overland flow flooding risk. Where within areas of overland flow flooding risk, buildings may be required to provide an open under croft area between natural ground and the underside of the building. Development should not concentrate, intensify or divert overland flow onto upstream, downstream or adjacent properties. Habitable and non-habitable floor areas, and any essential services, will need to achieve appropriate flood immunity. Site access should not be located within an area of overland flow flooding. Basement entry points should be designed with appropriate flood immunity.
  • Flood overlay
    Part of the site may be subject to localised overland flow flooding risk.
    A flood study may be required.

    Development should be located outside of areas of overland flow flooding risk. Where within areas of overland flow flooding risk, buildings may be required to provide an open under croft area between natural ground and the underside of the building. Development should not concentrate, intensify or divert overland flow onto upstream, downstream or adjacent properties. Habitable and non-habitable floor areas, and any essential services, will need to achieve appropriate flood immunity. Site access should not be located within an area of overland flow flooding. Basement entry points should be designed with appropriate flood immunity.
  • Heritage overlay
    The site may adjoin a Local or State heritage place.
    A heritage impact assessment may be required.

    Development adjoining a heritage place should not impact on views to a heritage place.
  • Traditional character building overlay
    The site is within an area identified as having traditional building character. The site may contain a pre-war building which is protected from demolition.
    Pre-war buildings are protected from demolition unless: - the building does not represent traditional building character; or - the building is not capable of structural repair; or - the building does not contribute positively to the visual character of the street. Partial demolition of a building must not result in the loss of integral components such as feature roof forms and side verandahs, which contribute to its streetscape character; or result in a narrow building which has a width-to-height proportion out of character with other pre-war buildings within the streetscape. Development will need to be designed to meet respect neighbourhood character. Any building constructed in 1946 or earlier must be retained at the front of the site at the street frontage. Development should present as a solid core with an attached or integrated light weight verandah or balcony addressing the street. The ground storey should not project forward of the upper floor balcony or verandah. Development should use traditional materials and roof forms that are consistent with dwelling houses constructed in 1946 or earlier fronting the same street.
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124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
Development Potential - Dual Occupancy
Dual Occupancy
(examples: Duplex)
Premises containing two dwellings on one lot (whether or not attached) for separate households.
Development Summary
  • Zone & Neighbourhood Plan
  • Site Dimensions
  • Constraints
  • Based on the information available to us, this type of development is likely to be supported
DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENTS
  • Level of Assessment:
    Code where complying with the building height limit
    Otherwise:
    Impact
  • Minimum Site Dimensions:
    Frontage: 15m (currently 18.4m)
    Area: 600m² (currently 787m)
  • Maximum Building Height:!
    Storeyss: 2
    Max: 9.5 m
  • Site Cover:
    50%
  • Yield:
    Plot Ratio: Not Applicable
  • Front Setback:
    4m to balcony
    6m to wall
  • Side Setback:
    1.5m up to 4.5m building height
    2m up to 7.5m building height
    2m plus 0.5m per 3m above 7.5m building height
  • Built to Boundary Walls:
    Maximum height of 3m above natural ground level;
    Maximum length of 15m (except where matching the extent of a built to boundary wall on an adjoining premises);
    Not located within 1.5m of a habitable room in an adjoining building;
    For non-habitable rooms and spaces only (garage, bathrooms, corridors etc.);
    Located outside the front and rear boundary setbacks
  • Rear Setback:
    4.5m to balcony
    6m to wall
  • Private Open Space:
    Ground storey units - 35m² with a minimum dimension of 3m, 12m² of which is covered
    Above ground units - 16m² with a minimum dimension of 3m
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124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
Development Potential - Dual Occupancy (Continued)
RISKS & REQUIREMENTS
  • Flood overlay
    Part of the site may be subject to localised overland flow flooding risk.
    A flood study may be required.

    Development should be located outside of areas of overland flow flooding risk. Where within areas of overland flow flooding risk, buildings may be required to provide an open under croft area between natural ground and the underside of the building. Development should not concentrate, intensify or divert overland flow onto upstream, downstream or adjacent properties. Habitable and non-habitable floor areas, and any essential services, will need to achieve appropriate flood immunity. Site access should not be located within an area of overland flow flooding. Basement entry points should be designed with appropriate flood immunity.
  • Flood overlay
    Part of the site may be subject to localised overland flow flooding risk.
    A flood study may be required.

    Development should be located outside of areas of overland flow flooding risk. Where within areas of overland flow flooding risk, buildings may be required to provide an open under croft area between natural ground and the underside of the building. Development should not concentrate, intensify or divert overland flow onto upstream, downstream or adjacent properties. Habitable and non-habitable floor areas, and any essential services, will need to achieve appropriate flood immunity. Site access should not be located within an area of overland flow flooding. Basement entry points should be designed with appropriate flood immunity.
  • Heritage overlay
    The site may adjoin a Local or State heritage place.
    A heritage impact assessment may be required.

    Development adjoining a heritage place should not impact on views to a heritage place.
  • Traditional character building overlay
    The site is within an area identified as having traditional building character. The site may contain a pre-war building which is protected from demolition.
    Pre-war buildings are protected from demolition unless: - the building does not represent traditional building character; or - the building is not capable of structural repair; or - the building does not contribute positively to the visual character of the street. Partial demolition of a building must not result in the loss of integral components such as feature roof forms and side verandahs, which contribute to its streetscape character; or result in a narrow building which has a width-to-height proportion out of character with other pre-war buildings within the streetscape. Development will need to be designed to meet respect neighbourhood character. Any building constructed in 1946 or earlier must be retained at the front of the site at the street frontage. Development should present as a solid core with an attached or integrated light weight verandah or balcony addressing the street. The ground storey should not project forward of the upper floor balcony or verandah. Development should use traditional materials and roof forms that are consistent with dwelling houses constructed in 1946 or earlier fronting the same street.
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124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
Development Potential - Subdivision
Subdivision
(examples: Splitter, battle-axe)
The creation of additional and/or new lots by subdividing existing lots. Also includes the creation of easements giving access to a road and rearranging of lot boundaries.
Development Summary
  • Zone & Neighbourhood Plan
  • Site Dimensions
  • Constraints
  • Based on the information available to us, this type of development is likely to be supported
DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENTS
  • Level of Assessment:
    Code (where complying with minimum lot sizes);
    Otherwise:
    Impact
  • Minimum Site Dimensions:
    Frontage: 15m (currently 18.4m)
    Area: 520m² (currently 787m)
  • Where Fronting a Road:
    Minimum Lot Size:
    260 m²
    Minimum Allowable Frontage:
    7.5m
    Minimum Lot Dimensions:
    6m x 15m
    Minimum Average Width:
    7.5m
  • Where a Rear Lot:
    Minimum Lot Size:
    350 m²
    Minimum Lot Width:
    10.0m
    Minimum Lot Dimensions:
    6m x 15m
    Minimum Handle Width:
    3.5m
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124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
Development Potential - Subdivision (Continued)
RISKS & REQUIREMENTS
  • Flood overlay
    Part of the site may be subject to localised overland flow flooding risk.
    A flood study may be required.

    Development should be located outside of areas of overland flow flooding risk. Development should not concentrate, intensify or divert overland flow onto upstream, downstream or adjacent properties. New lots and any new road will need to achieve appropriate flood immunity. New lots should be provided with access that is trafficable during a flood event.
  • Flood overlay
    Part of the site may be subject to localised overland flow flooding risk.
    A flood study may be required.

    Development should be located outside of areas of overland flow flooding risk. Development should not concentrate, intensify or divert overland flow onto upstream, downstream or adjacent properties. New lots and any new road will need to achieve appropriate flood immunity. New lots should be provided with access that is trafficable during a flood event.
  • Heritage overlay
    The site may adjoin a Local or State heritage place.
    A heritage impact assessment may be required.

    Development adjoining a heritage place should not impact on views to a heritage place.
  • Traditional character building overlay
    The site is within an area identified as having traditional building character. The site may contain a pre-war building which is protected from demolition.
    Pre-war buildings are protected from demolition unless: - the building does not represent traditional building character; or - the building is not capable of structural repair; or - the building does not contribute positively to the visual character of the street. Partial demolition of a pre-war building must not result in the loss of integral components such as feature roof forms and side verandahs, which contribute to its streetscape character; or result in a narrow building which has a width-to-height proportion out of character with other pre-war buildings within the streetscape.
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124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
Site Constraints
124 Dudley Street Annerley 4103
    Character and Heritage
  • Heritage overlay
    Identifies sites that have heritage values of local or state significance and regulates development that can take place on or adjoining these sites to protect identified heritage values.
    Area adjoining heritage sub-category
    Identifies sites that have heritage values of local or state significance and regulates development that can take place on or adjoining these sites to protect identified heritage values.
  • Traditional character building overlay
    Identifies areas where there is a strong traditional building character.
    Neighbourhood character sub-category
    New development must protect existing pre-1946 buildings and be sympathetic to the traditional building character of the street and local area.
  • Flooding and Natural Hazards
  • Flood overlay
    Identifies areas that are subject to various types of flooding and sets requirements for development (including minimum floor levels) to ensure impacts from flooding are minimised. Flood planning areas are ranked from 1 being most extreme to 5 being least extreme based off depth and velocity of flooding.
    Overland flow flood planning area sub-category
    The Overland flow flood planning area sub-category identifies land that may be subject to flood hazard from localised overland flow flooding.
  • Noise and Air Quality
  • Airport environs overlay
    Identifies areas that are in the vicinity of airports and aviation facilities and sets criteria to ensure the protection of the operational space around airports.
    Obstacle Limitation Surfaces (OLS) sub-categories
    A series of surfaces above ground level which define the operational airspace of an airport. Physical obstruction and emissions are restricted within the OLS.
    Procedures for Air Navigation Services - Aircraft Operational Surfaces (PANS-OPS) sub-categories
    A series of surfaces above ground level which protect aircraft which are being guided by instruments in low visibility. Physical obstructions are restricted within the PANS-OPS.
    Bird and bat strike zone sub-categories
    Restricts activities which could attract large numbers of birds and bats into the operational airspace of airports.
  • Infrastructure
  • Critical infrastructure and movement network overlay
    Identifies the road based emergency movement and evacuation network within Brisbane.
    Critical infrastructure and movement planning area sub-category
    Requires that development for emergency services, vulnerable uses or other uses which are required to be accessible or functional in an emergency have access to a hazard free route.
  • Road hierarchy overlay
    Identifies and classifies existing and future road networks to ensure development maintains the function, operation, safety and efficiency of the road network.
  • Streetscape hierarchy overlay
    Standardises treatment of road verges including road verge widths and requires development to provide land dedications where required to meet standard widths.
  • Miscellaneous
  • Dwelling house character overlay
    Requires that development for Dwelling houses meet certain criteria in order to protect the residential character of the area.
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