Honeycombes have engaged a contractor to obtain soil samples from certain areas within the station car park over the next three days.
These works are required by our engineers for the exciting new development at Ferny Grove Station.
A Brisbane train station is proposed to be redeveloped to include more than 750 additional commuter car parks as well as a retail and residential precinct.
Honeycombes Property Group submitted a development application to Brisbane City Council on Thursday proposing the redevelopment of the Ferny Grove train station commuter car park.
Known as Ferny Grove Central, a large new transit orientated development project has been proposed for a site directly surrounding Ferny Grove Station in Brisbane’s North-West.
Proposed by Queensland-based developer Honeycombes Property Group, the development will include a variety of uses including additional park and ride facilities, retail and residential apartments.
As first reported in the October 2017 edition of The Hills Echo, the Ferny Grove Railway Station’s Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is progressing from design to development.
The developer, Honeycombes Property Group (HPG) who was appointed by the Queensland Government to design and deliver the TOD, has now lodged a development application with Brisbane City Council.