Tarragindi Bowls Club redevelopment could set land zoning precedent

Residents in the southside suburb of Tarragindi have been opposing a proposed redevelopment of the Tarragindi Bowls club by Retire Australia, which would see the site house a 6 storey apartment complex for the elderly.

If the project is given the go ahead, it may affect residential zoning laws, allowing for the building of apartments in low density or character residential areas. Since late 2015, the Tarragindi Bowls Club redevelopment proposal has been an ongoing community issue for the residents of Tarragindi.

4ZZZ reporter Maddie Watt spoke with Liza Wieland, president of the Tarragindi Residents’ Alliance and the state member of Yeerongpilly Mark Bailey about the land zoning precedent that could be set if the Tarragindi Bowls Club redevelopment is approved by the Brisbane City Council.