Chemist and Medical Centre, Pathology Clinic Proposed for Logan Road, Greenslopes

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A development application seeking to establish a chemist and medical centre with associated pathology clinic at 493 Logan Road, Greenslopes has been lodged.

The proposal involves the establishment of a two-storey building, designed by Wiltshire Stevens Architecture, to contain health care service and shop. The 1,794sqm site is located on Logan Road and is currently occupied by a car hire yard. 

Whilst the site is predominantly residential, it forms part of the commercial strip in the area which is currently serviced by several bus services along Logan Road.

Chemist and Medical Centre, Pathology Clinic Proposed for Logan Rd, Greenslopes
Photo credit: Brisbane City Council / pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au

Chemist and Medical Centre, Pathology Clinic Proposed for Logan Rd, Greenslopes
Photo credit: Brisbane City Council / pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au

The medical centre, specialist consultants, and pathology facility will have 880sqm of gross floor area (351sqm on the Ground Floor and 529sqm on Level 1), whilst the shop will have a gross floor area of 200sqm.

There will be 31 car parks, including 1 for PWD and one service bay, under the proposal. 


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Chemist and Medical Centre, Pathology Clinic Proposed for Logan Rd, Greenslopes
Ground Level Floor Plan
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Vehicular access to the site will be provided off Logan Street. Deep planting buffer, 190sqm, is also provided to the adjoining residential property and the secondary street frontage. 

“The design of the building incorporates shop front windows for the length of the façade,

feature screening and mixed cladding materials, entries at regular intervals, and a

breezeway between buildings to provide convenient access to the car parking at the rear of the site,” the Mecone Assessment report said. .

“The proposed development has been designed to maintain the character of commercial and retail development in the area, provide for an active street frontage, and accommodate a population serving use that will not detract from the nearby centre.”