A development application has been submitted to Ipswich City Council by N & S Dental Premises Pty Ltd to construct the facility in Yamanto.
A development application has been submitted to Ipswich City Council by N & S Dental Premises Pty Ltd to construct the facility in Yamanto.

Plans for new dental practice submitted to council

A NEW dental practice will be built in Ipswich if council approval is granted.

A development application has been submitted to Ipswich City Council by N & S Dental Premises Pty Ltd to construct the facility in Yamanto.

The proposed site for the practice is 1 Powells Rd.

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The house already on the land would be demolished for the new clinic, which is expected to accommodate five practitioners, dental assistants and admin staff.

Plans for the one-storey building are emblazoned with the name ‘Yamanto Dental Surgery’.

The clinic would have a total gross floor area of 237m2 and 16 car park spaces are planned.

“The subject site is in a prominent corner location and is located in an area that is characterised by a mix of residential and commercial development,” the application notes.

“Powells Road intersects with Warwick Road, which provides direct connection to Ipswich City and the Cunningham Highway.

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“The proposed development has been architecturally designed to maintain a scale and appearance that is consistent with the residential amenity and character of the locality, providing a range of buffer treatments including generous setbacks, acoustic screening and landscaping to nearby residential uses.”

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