22-30 Gallway St, Windsor
We operate with the understanding that it’s the communities in which we develop that afford us the privilege to be in business.
A collection of boutique, spacious apartments appealing to local owner occupiers
Windsor Infrastructure Contributions
Over $1,250,000 will be directly contributed to Council in infrastructure contributions to improve local infrastructure, roads, parks and stormwater.
Over the past 5 years Mosaic has contributed approximately $2 Million in infrastructure charges towards improving Windsor.
Key Community Considerations
Our proposal includes bicycle spaces for each resident and plenty for visitors to encourage less car use.
Ensuring privacy and minimising overlooking was a central consideration for our design. Aspects such as building orientation, a deeper balcony design and landscaping are a few of the many ways we will increase privacy for our residents and the existing neighbours.
The Council requirement of landscaping and deep planting has been exceeded in our proposal. This is to ensure that neighbours and residents directly connect with greenery.
Proven Track Record
We are committed to providing good quality development to Windsor long-term, shown through the successful delivery of our past projects…
Gallway Street, Windsor
A boutique residential development comprising of 12 spacious 2 and 3 bedroom apartments.
Bonython Street, Windsor
A collection of 31 thoughtfully designed, modern and spacious apartments built to stand the test of time.
Why is Council asking you to have your say?
Development Applications (DAs) can either be code or impact assessable and both require a development approval.
- Proposal is generally anticipated and generally complies with City Plan and zoning of the area.
- Applications not presumed to have overly significant impact on surrounding area.
- Don’t require public notification under planning scheme.
- Assessment period from Council is faster than impact assessable.
Our project is impact assessable because we have incorporated a large family-style apartment and spacious communal area which includes a rooftop pool and garden area on the top level, making it one storey more than Brisbane City Plan recommends.
- Requires further consideration of the potential impacts with relation to the City Plan and other codes, to ensure that any identified effects are addressed.
- Applications require public notification under the planning scheme.
- Lengthier assessment period from Council than code assessable project.
- The communal area will capture views of Brisbane’s CBD and have lush planting along the terrace to soften the space whilst providing privacy to adjoining properties.
- The softly rounded brick curves, paired with light material colours will create what we believe to be an inviting building to the street.
- The top level will be contrasted with a darker colour palette which will be setback and hidden from street view, reducing any impact on the streetscape.
- We feel the larger apartment offering and high quality communal areas will encourage a higher owner occupier uptake.
FAQs From The Community
We invest significant time in recognising the needs and concerns of the local community to ensure we conduct a considerate construction period. Mosaic will be implementing construction processes to reduce the impacts wherever possible which typically include:
- Delay machine start times on weekends from the council permitted 6:30am to 7am to reduce noise impacts.
- Implement dust supression techniques.
- Committed to keeping the community fully updated and informed with enough time to prepare for specific construction works.
The community will have full access to frequent site updates and have a dedicated site and community engagement team to contact during the process.
Mosaic are a fully vertically integrated developer, meaning we manage everything from site acquisition, through to design, development, sales, construction and even property management. Mosaic stay involved with their buildings long after they have been built, so we can maintain the quality of our product and our occupants – typically for a minimum of 25 years.
Construction is currently expected to begin April 2019 and complete in June 2020.
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What Our Neighbours Are Saying
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We want to hear from our neighbours, which is exactly why we set up a dedicated community engagement team at Mosaic. We believe it’s important that we get to know your concerns and answer any questions you may have, so please get in touch so we can keep you well informed every step of the way.
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