Sippy Downs and the Town Centre Part 2 – The Destination

Sippy Downs and the Town Centre Part 2 – The Destination

Welcome to Part 2 of our information piece on Sippy Downs and the Town Centre – The Destination, following on from yesterday’s Sippy Downs and the Town Centre Part 1 – Birth & Growth.

What is the destination?

The proposed Sippy Downs Town Centre, located adjacent to the University of the Sunshine Coast, is a major regional activity centre and is intended to provide significant retail, commercial and community activities to service the needs of its resident population as well as the needs of surrounding communities, including the emerging community of Palmview located to the south of the local plan area.

When will the clearing end? What about the wildlife?

Referring to the map above, as a general rule if it falls inside the Pink Residential Area, Blue City Centre Area or the Orange Business and Technology Areas it appears that it will be cleared for construction. In addition the non transparent Yellow Area within the Yellow Education Precinct will also be cleared for future construction. As can be seen via the additional maps and plans at the bottom of the page there will be 2 small parcels of land delivered as parks.

During collating the vast amount of information contained in the SCC Planning Scheme we identified a commitment in the planning documents it is stated that “Development retains, protects and enhances existing mature trees and character vegetation contributing to the setting and character of the local plan area…..”. We have passed this onto the Sippy Downs & District Community Association asking them to contact council for clarification on interpretation and how this is being applied.

As can be seen, by the map below there are some small parcels (Shown by the Red Areas) of natural Bush land that will ultimately be partially or fully cleared in order to deliver the Sippy Downs Town Centre. There is no doubt that fauna within these specific areas will be affected.

It is essential to remember that Sippy Downs itself was once all pasture land and bush very much resembling the National Park vegetation meaning the very houses in which we all live, the education providers we attend and the shops we frequent all displaced wildlife and involved the clearing of natural vegetation.

With recent reports of severe diminishment of local kangaroo populations along with concerns for other fauna we certainly hope that support organisations take a proactive approach to the upcoming land clearing and relocate existing wildlife to either the National Park, the University Wildlife Sanctuary or another suitable location sooner than later.

One of the difficulties faced however even potential relocation is the fact that the while the National Park is either fenced or bounded by natural waterways providing a very safe haven for wildlife it is connected to the university wildlife sanctuary via an underpass on Claymore Road. Unless the university boundaries are animal proofed, there will always be the potential for kangaroos and other wildlife to make their way to local roads.

Easy to access Master Plan Documents as images

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 - 6

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 – 6

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 - 5

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 – 5

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 - 4

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 – 4

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 - 2

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 – 2

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 - 3

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 – 3

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 - 1

Sippy Downs Town Centre Master Plan 2014 – 1

For more information including reference material and access to the full Sippy Downs Master plan documents labelled in plain English please see the links below.

Master Plan Documents in Plain English – https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ex0ja8rkot7ra43/AAAlcf45J__TpZh9v_yod75Ca?dl=0

Sunshine Coast Planning Scheme 2014 – Sippy Downs Local Plan Area – Sunshine Coast Council
https://www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/Development/Planning-Documents/Sunshine-Coast-Planning-Scheme-2014/View-the-Sunshine-Coast-Planning-Scheme-2014-Maps/Local-Area-Maps/Local-Plan-Map-Tiles/Sippy-Downs-Local-Plan-Area-Map-Tile-33

UPDATE: Sunday, Jul 8, 2018

Thanks to feedback from community members we are adding the following information for your information and consideration.

The SCC Planning Scheme 2014, Sippy Downs Local Plan Area Documentation from which we produced the content herin can also be found at https://www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/Development/Planning-Documents/Sunshine-Coast-Planning-Scheme-2014/View-the-Sunshine-Coast-Planning-Scheme-2014-Text/Part-7-Local-Plans, Specifically sub document Part 7 Section 7_2_25 Sippy Downs Plan Code https://d1j8a4bqwzee3.cloudfront.net/~/media/Corporate/Documents/Planning/Planning%20scheme%20text/Part7/Part%207%20Section%207_2_25.pdf?la=en

On the 5th page (Listed as page 7-277) under the Acceptable Outcomes (A04) it listed the quote referenced in the original story. It is the intent and application of points a, b, c & d that we have passed onto the SDDCA to investigate for compliance.
Further updates will be published in a new post.

 

 

What kind of local business community do you want?

What kind of local business community do you want?

Later this year the SDDCA will be having their annual AGM which always presents a range of community leaders and representatives sharing what has happened over the year gone by and what is coming in the year ahead!

The SDDCA are taking this opportunity to again reach out to you all as members of this vibrant, diverse and rapidly expanding community and ask you well in advance ……..

What kind of local business community do you want?? What initiatives, events and programs do you want to see and what part are you willing to play to make these a reality in the year ahead?

This directory website is just one of the initiatives we have delivered in the past offering each and every local business the opportunity to share their news and events locally and to be found online by the wider Sunshine Coast.

Contact us and come along to the next committee meeting on July 18 at 6pm at the Innovation Centre.

Full Details are available in the Facebook Event Link below

https://www.facebook.com/events/417519898635086/

Coles Sippy Downs – Aisle Ends Specials

Coles Sippy Downs Specials

We are doing the running around for you and each week will be delivering the weeks specials from Coles Sippy Downs so make sure you like the Sippy Downs and District Community Directory Website on Social Media to stay up to date with what offfers and specials are available

Coles Sippy Downs – Aisle Ends Specials Week Ending 31/01/2017

Below are this weeks end of aisle special for Coles Sippy Downs. To see this weeks full catalogue please click the following link https://www.coles.com.au/catalogues-and-specials/view-all-available-catalogues

 

4556 Chamber – Network and Coffee – 20th October

Network and Coffee – 20th October

Hello again and thank you all to those who attended the last Network & Coffee morning.
Our feedback has been terrific – members are telling us that it is assisting them to actually get to know other members, find out what they really do and connect with the person. Good value for a quick cuppa and 1 hour of your day.

In order to give the venue the heads up for numbers, can you please RSVP by sending an email to Jenny Wallwork by 18th October.
reception@cassells.com.au

About the 4556 Chamber

The 4556 Chamber supports local businesses in Kunda Park, Forest Glen, Sippy Downs and Buderim.

Contact Us

PO Box 1168
Buderim QLD 4556
admin@4556chamber.com.au

Thank you to our sponsors for making this event possible.

        

4556 Chamber – October event

 Are you and your business ready for summer? Our October event will ensure you are on the right path

When we look good & feel good we perform better at work and homeTICKETS NOW AVAILABLE
Wednesday 26th October from 6.30am (for a 7am start) – 8.30am
Goodlife Centre, 100 Buderim Pines Dve
Tickets are $30 Members, $35 Non Members
and includes a healthy breakfast and a mini circuit
(massage, health check plus more)
We also have Maria Faulder from Suite Three Hair Salon give us an insight into her business success and her recent business award.
And you can have portrait profile photos available for sale on the day.

Buy Your Ticket Now

About Us

The 4556 Chamber supports local businesses in Kunda Park, Forest Glen, Sippy Downs and Buderim.

Contact Us

PO Box 1168
Buderim QLD 4556
Email Us

SAVE THE DATE: final event for 2016 is December 2nd from 5.30pm

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