A proposal for a two-storey office and retail development on the heritage-listed Boggo Road Gaol site in Dutton Park is still awaiting approval or rejection from Brisbane City Council, after the council requested another fortnight to decide.
- Boggo Road Gaol is a heritage-listed site in Dutton Park
- A development application for a shopping and retail precinct next to it is still waiting approval or rejection
- Brisbane City Council has asked for another extension of time to March 5
Sandwiched between the gaol and the CSIRO ecosciences precinct in Dutton Park, the proposed development, lodged by developers Stockwell in 2019, has met with sustained community resistance.
The state- and council-heritage-listed Gaol, built in the 1880s,…
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