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Miara residential subdivision looks to progress

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Prime Kolan River land could soon be converted to residential blocks with an operational works application lodged over a proposed development site.

Keen fishermen could soon live in paradise with an operational works application lodged to deliver roadworks for almost 50 blocks in a new Miara residential subdivision.

Six of the sites front the Kolan River with the rest just a stone’s throw from the waterway.

Located a short distance from the popular Miara Holiday Park, the 48 new lots would tick a lot of boxes for many anglers.

The Miara residential subdivision was originally lodged in 2018 and has been approved by Council with the residential blocks to be located on May, John and Broom Streets off Miara Road.

Lodged by Miara River Holdings Pty Ltd and Sunshine State Developments Pty Ltd, the subdivision features a range of land sizes from about 1200 square metres to in excess of 6000 square metres.

The operational works application relates to the civil works associated with roads and drainage for the subdivision and is currently with Council’s Development Group for assessment.

The subdivision is proposed to be delivered in five stages with the riverfront properties proposed to be among the last to be constructed.

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