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Capricorn Coast Homemaker Centre

The $35M master-planned Capricorn Coast Homemaker Centre (Stage 1) involved the development of surplus Council land on the primary  entry point to Yeppoon. Our role was to facilitate and manage the development application process and ensure the development approval was achieved in a timely and cost-effective manner. Approval was granted in mid-2018 and Stage 1 has been constructed.

Brouhaha Restaurant and Brewery, Maleny

Located in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland town of Maleny, Brouhaha has soon become one of the most recognised and highly regarded brewery in the region. Council approvals for micro-breweries/restaurants can be complex, so we were so pleased to be able to help the owners through the approval maze and allow them to focus on what they do best.... make great beer and great food!

Industrial Subdivision – Yandina

Located at the gateway to the Yandina Industrial Estate, this development resulted in the creation of 10 industrial lots on previously undeveloped land. The industrial lots are freehold in tenure and range in size from 2,400m2 to 4,200m2. In addition to the creation of the lots, ADAMS + SPARKES coordinated a Variation Approval over the sites to maximise the development potential on the created lots for industrial purposes.

The Gateway, Industrial Estate

Description This project involved a large master-planned industrial estate owned and developed by Livingstone Shire Council. With existing approvals already in place at the time Council acquired the land, Council sought our assistance in preparing a master plan document for the estate, which would provide the planning framework for the assessment of future development within the estate. Our team prepared 'The Gateway Business & Industry Park Development Document' for endorsement by Council's development assessment team and included definitions, table of assessment categories and the assessment criteria for future development.

Emroware, Sunshine Coast Industrial Park

Located within the EDQ-developed Sunshine Coast Industrial Park on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, the Emroware General Industry development comprised a high quality industrial facility used for the production, storage and processing of the company’s hardware products. The development enabled the relocation of the company’s existing facilities in Caloundra West into a purpose-built facility to accommodate the user’s needs.

Medium Impact Industry, Fred Chaplin

ADAMS+SPARKES Town Planning were engaged to obtain the necessary planning approvals for QTM Enterprise Pty Ltd’s  7,500m2 industrial development on Fred Chaplin Circuit within the Sunshine Coast Industrial Park.  The approved development consists of two warehouse buildings and is expected to contribute to the ongoing demand for industrial tenancy’s within this location.

Chevallum Industrial Park

The Chevallum Industrial Park comprises 49 lots, ranging in size form 1,500m² to 5,168m², plus 1.8ha site established specifically for Toll IPEC. The estate is unequally established under a Community Title Scheme and comprises a 8.5ha parkland and stormwater detention area. ADAMS + SPARKES were involved in the initial planning phases of the project from 2008 and been involved in its approval and delivery phases.

Toll IPEC, Sunshine Coast

Located on a the largest site (1.85ha) within the Chevallum Industrial Park on the Sunshine Coast and developed by clients, Gibb Group, this $16.85 million facility includes a 5,000sqm warehouse, 530sqm administration office and large hardstand manoeuvring areas.

Eniquest Industrial Facility

Eniquest Industrial Facility

Located on 8,890sqm of industrial land within the Core Industry Precinct of the Sunshine Coast Industry Park, this recently completed development was purposed designed and built for clients, Eniquest. Eniquest is a renowned power solutions company that specialises in the manufacturing of power generation storage products including hybrid solar and diesel production system, generators and battery storage.  The proposal was for their national headquarters, with the proposed development intending to support the manufacturing of products, as well as supporting offices, showroom and boardroom facilities.

Wimmers Soft Drink Factory

This site was previously operated by Cooroy Brickworks and as a result, the site contained remnants of this land use, including a chimney stack, buildings, storage areas and structures. A new Soft Drink Factory was proposed to be established within this existing building. The previous Wimmers factory operated from Garnet St, Cooroy and provided employment opportunities for approximately 20 people and generated at approximately 2,000 litres of product per day. The proposed relocation provided the opportunity to increase the on-site storage and administration areas for Wimmers.

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