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Shopping Precinct Proposed for Eagle Farm

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A new development application has been submitted by the Brisbane Racing Club for a new shopping precinct located at 230 Lancaster Road, Ascot.

Drawing of shopping precinct from DA A004449974
Drawing of shopping precinct from DA A004449974
Drawing of shopping precinct from DA A004449974
Drawing of shopping precinct from DA A004449974

The development is known as Ascot Central and comprises of a 3,770 sqm anchor Woolworths supermarket, eleven specialty retail tenancies and 297 car spaces.

Designed by Thomson Adsett, the total shopping centre area is 6,328 sqm.

Landscape plan of shopping precinct from DA A004449974
Landscape plan of shopping precinct from DA A004449974

The development forms part of a wider redevelopment of Eagle Farm raceway which is will see the construction of new residential towers, currently for sale in the market by Mirvac.

The DA number for this application is A004449974.

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Extremely poor street activation along Nudgee Road with essentially no footpath activation allowed for retail tenancies fronting the road. Shops should have the ability to open out to the Nudgee Road rather than inward facing looking at a carpark. The town planning of this is very old school. By prioritising vehicle usage ahead of pedestrian access, this proposal further helps to entrench car usage in the local area by making it very easy to drive in while being less inviting for pedestrians and cyclists. Shops should front the street with the carpark positioned at the back to maximise streetscape appeal. Shopping Precinct Proposed for Eagle Farm