5. Schedules

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Schedule 3: Transport, access, parking and servicing

Schedule 3 is applicable to all development in the Bowen Hills PDA.

Parking

Development provides sufficient parking for residents, employees, customers and visitors on site and does not negatively impact on adjoining sites or the quality and amenity of the streetscape.

All parking is located internally to the site, is preferably located in basements and where basement parking is visible from the street frontage, it is appropriately screened by densely planted landscape.

Vertically integrated parking is sleeved by active uses.

Where parking on a secondary frontage cannot be sleeved with active uses, it must be screened through a combination of innovative architecture and densely planted landscape.

All car parking areas are designed in accordance with the relevant requirements set out in Brisbane City Plan, Transport, Access, Parking and Servicing Planning Scheme Policy.
Parking rates

Multiple dwellings provide an average of 0.75 spaces per dwelling plus 0.15 visitor parking space per dwelling.

All other development provides car parking consistent with the rates set in Brisbane City Plan, Transport, Access, Parking and Servicing Planning Scheme Policy, as amended and replaced from time to time.
Driveways and accessDevelopment provides driveway crossovers and site access that is located and designed in accordance with the relevant requirements set out in Brisbane City Plan, Transport, Access, Parking and Servicing Planning Scheme Policy.
Servicing

Storage and refuse areas

Building design and external storage and refuse areas must facilitate the efficient sorting and disposal of waste to maximise recycling opportunities.

Development ensures that all storage and refuse areas:
  1. are contained within the building footprints, or
  2. not visible from the public realm (appropriately screened with landscape, fencing or similar); and
  3. do not impact on the amenity of residents within or adjoining the development.

Loading and servicing areas

Development ensures that all loading and servicing areas:
  1. are located to the rear or side of the property away from the street frontage
  2. are integrated into the design of the building so that loading occurs internally, where practical
  3. are screened with landscape or articulated built form, where visible from the street or from adjoining properties
  4. are designed to enable all vehicles to exit loading and servicing areas in forward gear
  5. occur with the vehicle completely contained within the site. No part of the vehicle should extend into the public road reserve
  6. should be designed to service a range of vehicle types in order to provide for flexibility, and
  7. are of sufficient size and dimensions to avoid the use of car parks for temporary storage of goods.
CirculationDevelopment provides vehicle circulation that is designed in compliance with the relevant requirements set in Brisbane City Plan, Transport, Access, Parking and Servicing Planning Scheme Policy.
Pedestrian permeabilityDevelopment provides a well-defined entry point for pedestrians that is separated from vehicle entry and access to any dwelling’s entrance.
Cycle access and parking facilities

Development delivers the cycle parking spaces at the rates set in Brisbane City Plan, Transport, Access, Parking and Servicing Planning Scheme Policy, as amended and replaced from time to time.

All non-residential development and residential development of 6 or more dwellings provides cycle access and parking facilities in accordance with Australian Standards AS2890.3.