Design update for 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point

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Architectual rendering of updated design for 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point

A development application has been submitted by Pikos Group for the reconfiguration of an existing approved three-tower development application located at 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point.

The proposal is largely consistent with the existing proposal however, building heights and dwelling have increased from the previous approved proposal.

Designed by Kris Kowalski Architects, the proposed changes include x100 new apartment dwellings achieved through increases of heights from 10 storeys to 15 storeys in each highrise building.

The development would be delivered via a three staged program.

Architectual rendering of updated design for 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point
Architectual rendering of updated design for 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point
Architectual rendering of updated design for 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point
Architectual rendering of updated design for 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point

Development rundown

  • Site Cover 44.9% – (2,377m2 of 5,284m2)
  • Maximum Building Height
    • Stage 1 – Tower 1: 15 storeys
    • Stage 2 – Tower 2: 15 storeys
    • Stage 3 – Tower 3: 15 storeys
  • Dwellings: Stage 1 – Tower 1: 87 units. Stage 2 – Tower 2: 68 units. Stage 3 – Tower 3: 145 units. Total: 300 units
  • Total Landscaped Areas 1,666m2
  • Deep Planting 800m2 (15.1% of site area)
  • Common Area for Residents 2,289m2
  • Car Parking. A total of 433 car parks across the basement levels consisting:
    • Stage 1 – Tower 1: 15 storeys
    • Stage 2 – Tower 2: 15 storeys
    • Stage 3 – Tower 3: 15 storeys
  • Bicycle Parking. A total of 375 bicycle parking spaces, including:
    • Tower 1: 87 resident and 22 visitor
    • Tower 2: 68 resident and 17 visitor
    • Tower 3: 145 resident and 36 visitor
  • Vehicle Access Via O’Connell Street and Lambert Street
Proposed buildings as part of updated 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point proposal
Proposed buildings as part of updated 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point proposal

Each residential highrise will incude rooftop activated residential ammenities including pools, bbq areas, yoga area, open gyms and seating areas.

Updated landscape plan of 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point
Updated landscape plan of 108 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point

Tell us what you think about this development below in the comment box. The development application for this project, available to view on Brisbane City Council’s Planning & Development Online is A005542190.

Plans

Plans

 

Architectural design

82 %

Building amenities

82 %

Building greenery (Buildings that breathe)

82 %

Public realm / Street activation

100%

Sustainability

100%

By 17 reviewer(s)

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    Lori Sexton

    The whole Kangaroo Point Peninsula Neighbourhood Plan needs to go back to the drawing board and start from scratch. THE COUNCIL NEED TO LISTEN TO THE COMMUNITY AND RESIDENTS NOT THE DEVELOPERS TO MAKE THIS PLAN.
    This block of land 108 Lambert Street does not have the capacity to cater for this development. No block of dirt in this precinct has the capacity for 15 storeys. STOP BEFORE THE WHOLE PENINSULA SINKS UNDER THE WEIGHT OF CONCRETE!!

    February 2, 2021

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    Elizabeth Scott

    Does “Go tall, not sprawl” on the masthead of this website mean to stand your tins of sardines vertically? Totally detrimental to the wellbeing of people who already live in inner city areas and to the amenity of the city. BCC regulations are way too lax and favour developers over residents.

    January 25, 2021

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    Rosemary Ness

    Brisbane’s most hated highrise project canned
    A three-tower Brisbane high rise that sparked street blockades has been rejected by Council.

    December 11, 2020

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    EDGAR Baumanis

    WHAT A JOKE I LIVE ACCROSS THE ROAD GEE NO PRIVACY NEW BUILDING BALCONY SO CLOSE I CAN THROW A BALL AND PLAY CATCHEE GEE NO MORE WIND FROM RIVER GEE ITS ALSO A HEAT BOX NOW GEE ITS ALSO CONFIRMED NOW ITS A CEMENT CITY THE CURRENT LORD MAYOR HAS DONE WRONG TO LOCAL RESIDENTS THE CURRENT LORD MAYOR SHOULD MEET THE LOCAL RESIDENTS OF LAMBERT AND CASTLEBAR ST KANGAROO POINT IF HE HAS THE GUTS TO DO IT PS I WANT ALL PEOPLE WHO READ THIS TO COME DOWM TO CORNER OF CASTLBAR ST AND LAMBERT ST KANGAROO POINT TO HAVE A LOOK ALSO 108 LAMBERT ST WHO WILL BE NEXT OF THIS GARBAGE DEVELOPMENT PS THE NEXT BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION WILL PROVE HOW GARBAGE THIS ONES IS.

    December 3, 2020

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    Ri

    The only good thing about this development is that it rids the community of the nasty old dude at 110 lambert street. He has been harassing the tenants at castlebar units to the point of throwing a rock through the bedroom windows. This guy is unhinged and a danger to the KP community. He needs cultural rectification.

    November 27, 2020

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    Lorette Sexton

    How can the council have in this “code accessible” planning act in place to allow this monstrosity!! Absolutely no consideration for the well being of the current residents,the community of KP and the unsuspecting renter or owner of this inappropriate build. NO privacy, NO sunshine, NO breezes, NO green space, NO amenities, NO infrastructure, NO safety to cyclists and pedestrians, NO haven from noise and pollution from a proposed 6 year construction period, NO protecting our pre 1911 cottages, NO residential character, NO river walk provision, SAY NO to this development.

    November 16, 2020

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    EDGAR Baumanis

    KANGAROO POINT IS GOOD FOR A MEDICAL NURSE THAT FINISHES WORK AT 5AM GET HOME 6AM HAVE DINNER GO TO SLEEP 6.30AM JACKHAMMER STARTS 7AM OF CONTINUAL NOISE UNTIL 3PM I CAN NOT SLEEP GO TO WORK LIKE CRAP SORRY MY GIRLFRENIEND DOES THIS CRAP IN KANGAROO POINT THANKS BRISBANE CITY COYNCIL

    November 12, 2020

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    Rosemary Ness

    BET YOU DO NOT POST THIS…..THIS SITE DOES NOT ALLOW FREE INTELLIGENT COMMENT, WELL KANGAROO POINT RESIDENTS HAVE HAD EBOUGH

    Given that the Senior Urban Planner has only now requested the developer to test for acid sulfate
    soils it is timely to refer to the Queensland Acid Sulfate Soil Technical Manual : Soil Management
    Guidelines page 18
    Determining whether or not ASS is present at a site and managing ASS appropriately if it needs to
    be disturbed can involve major costs. These costs may compromise a project’s design or
    economic viability. As such, a thorough ASS investigation (in compliance with the latest sampling
    guidelines and soil analyses according to the latest Laboratory Methods Guidelines, Ahern et al.,
    2004, or AS4969, Standards Australia, 2008) is an essential component of a broader risk
    assessment before making any land use decisions. The ASS investigation is needed to provide
    information on the environmental setting, location of and depth to ASS, existing and potential
    acidity present in the soil, and other soil characteristics. The sampling guidelines contain further
    information on ASS investigations. Successful ASS management depends on the results of the
    investigation – and results from the investigation help to determine the most appropriate
    management strategy for a site. Project design and construction methodology can also determine
    project viability. Multiple development scenarios should be considered, and methodologies should
    not be left to contractors to determine alone.

    October 29, 2020

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    Rosemary Ness

    LAMBERT STREET THE DECIBEL HELL OF KANGAROO POINT
    For four years this street has been subjected to the erection of multiple highrise, including one, Lotus Tower, 200 apartments completely empty not a single apartment sold, and other completed complexes half empty.
    Developers are not even selling what they have currently built.
    If this goes ahead I would recommend buying on the ground floor you might look at a retaining wall but you won’t be part of the permanent BIG BROTHER show that will be inflicted on the rest of the street

    October 23, 2020

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    Bernie W

    Extending the Riverwalk and cycling infrastructure should be prioritised by the council rather than an application for cash-grab over-sized apartment buildings. I definitely think a development of only two towers spaced out and set further back from Lambert street with a more reasonable height would win public favour.

    With the foot bridge being built between between KP and the city a more reasonable venture could still prove advantageous and adding some public green space at the front or rear of the property should be necessary for approval.

    If the developers actually ingratiate the property into the neighbourhood and make that its selling point rather than another contentious cash-grab despised by the locals.

    October 13, 2020

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