A new subdivision is proposing to add 38-lots to the suburb of Legana.
A development application for a 38-lot subdivision was lodged with the West Tamar Council for 148 Freshwater Point Road, Legana.
It's proposed the 6.7 hectare subdivision will be take place over two stages, with lots 1-12, 17-25 and 31-38 first. Followed by lots 13-16 and 26-30 in stage two.
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However, the application noted it could be developed in one stage if market demand was there. The 38 lots vary in size from 572 square metres to 0.7 hectares and will create a new road, three cul de sacs and a stormwater detention basin.
An ecological assessment found no flora or fauna species listed as threatened. However it did find the potential habitat for threatened species, such as the Tasmanian devil, quolls and a bandicoot, at the site.
A traffic impact assessment found it met traffic requirements and would likely generate 281 vehicles per day, with a peak of 30 vehicles per hour when fully developed.
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