Leading Town Planners in Redland Bay
Are you looking for a professional and experienced business that can take the hassle out of preparing, lodging and managing applications for your next building project? Whether your next project is a small scale residential project, a multi-dwelling building, townhouse development or a large scale subdivision, Olearia Town Planning will provide you with the most experienced, affordable and timely chartered town planner consultants in and around Redland Bay.
Why Choose Us?
Olearia Town Planning provides the Redland Bay community with modern thinkers and trusted advisors who aim to provide each of their clients with a tailored approach to achieve their development objectives.
Our Registered Planners have many years of senior experience working in both private and public sector roles in the chartered town planner consultants industry including at both the local and state government levels. It is with this local knowledge of the Redland Bay area, its regulations and our planners’ extensive experience and innovative modern thinking that you can be confident in Olearia Town Planning as your trusted chartered town planner firm in and around Redland Bay.
What Services Do We Offer?
We specialise in preparing, lodging and managing development applications around Redland Bay and throughout the whole of Queensland. Our aim is to deliver highly innovative, cost-effective solutions across a wide spectrum of services.
Our chartered town planner services range from small scale residential projects such as house extensions and carports to multiple dwelling and townhouse development, through to large scale subdivisions, mixed-use developments and high impact industry projects.
Our professional range of services include:
Local Redland Bay Advice
• Pre-Purchase Advice
• Due Diligence
• Highest and Best Use Analysis
• Response To Show Cause/Enforcement
• Town Planning Advice
• Prelodgement meetings
Residential Services Around Redland Bay
• Siting Variations / Concurrence Agency Assessment
• New Houses
• House Extensions
• Secondary Dwelling
• Dual Occupancy
• Multiple Dwelling / Townhouses
• Student/Rooming Accommodation
Subdivision Around Redland Bay
• Reconfiguring a Lot
• Block Splitter
• Large Scale Subdivision
• Boundary Realignment
• Access Easement
• Revetment Walls
Commercial Town Planning – Redland Bay
• Retail & Centre Activities
• Food and Drink Outlet
• Gym & Sports Facilities
Industry Town Planning – Redland Bay
• New Industrial Buildings
• Extensions and Changes To Existing Approvals
• High Impact Industry
Are You Looking for a Town Planner Near You?
In the Redland Bay area, no one has the experience and reputation to match like Olearia Town Planning consultants. We can help with all of your chartered town planning requirements including preparing, lodging and managing applications so you can focus on making your new project a reality. Our expert advice, support and local Redland Bay knowledge can ensure that your project avoids unnecessary and untimely hurdles in the chartered town planning stages.
From offering advice to large scale and multi-dwelling subdivisions, our aim is always to provide a tailored approach which enables our clients to achieve their development objectives.
Ready to make your next project a reality? If you would like more information or are looking for an experienced, affordable and timely chartered town planner consultancy firm servicing in Redland Bay, contact us at Olearia Town Planning.
Redland Bay is a coastal semi-rural locality in the City of Redland, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Redland Bay had a population of 14,958 people.
Since the first European settlers arrived in the mid-19th century, Redland Bay has remained a farming and fishing-based area until the mid-20th century when some of the farms were subdivided and improved transport infrastructure made it possible for residents to commute the 35 kilometres into Brisbane.
Redland Bay is at the southern end of Redland City, 35 kilometres south-east of Brisbane, the capital of Queensland. The locality is named for the bay it sits on, which forms part of larger Moreton Bay.
The redness of Redland Bay soil derives from iron oxides present in lava from a volcano that erupted (millions of years ago) in northern New South Wales, some 100 kilometres to the south.
The locality is a port for vessels plying the bay islands. These islands include Russell Island, Macleay Island, Karragarra Island, Lamb Island and North Stradbroke Island, home to several thousand residents.