Project Urban was pleased to assist Mosaic Property Group in obtaining town planning and marine structure approvals for Avalon, a mixed use development on Duporth Avenue, Maroochydore. Avalon has direct access to Maroochy River with spectacular river and ocean views.
Avalon contains 93 apartments and over 650m2 of commercial floor space. It also includes a new revetment wall and two pontoons. A range of matters were considered by state and local authorities in the assessment of these marine structures including consent issues, wall location, structure designs and titling matters. Project Urban provided early advice to Mosaic and assisted with obtaining state government owners consent, lodging and obtaining all prescribed tidal works approvals. The final approval was eight months in the making and allowed two direct access points to the Maroochy River for the enjoyment of the future residents of Avalon.
Marine structures policies in Queensland change regularly so it is important to check the latest regulations relevant to a site prior to commencing designs for any marine structure. Quite simply, as much as you like your neighbour’s pontoon or jetty you may not be able to have the same design under current legislation.
Should you require consultation relating to application services for proposed jetties, pontoons, boardwalks, revetment walls, public facilities and marinas, please contact our Project Urban’s Marine Structures division on 5443 2844.