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Pictured is the Australian International Islamic College, which lodged the plans to expand its existing site On Thursday afternoon, the council rejected plans for a proposed residential building, aged care and shops on the school ground, the Brisbane Times reported.
The state government has previously been urged to take a city-wide approach to heritage protection.
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Fairfax Media has chosen not to publish the property’s address amid ongoing discussions about its future sale.
The Stonnington Council letter, dated earlier this week, informed the vendors their property had been identified “as having significance and warranting heritage protection” because the architecture was influenced by the work of Walter Burley Griffin.
My name is Helen and I’ve been the owner of Helen Mc Connell Photography for over 12 years.
During this time, my team and I have had the privilege of working with hundreds of couples on one of the most significant days of their lives, their Wedding Day.
Earlier this year, a rundown Toorak house sold for less than what the vendors had paid for it after Stonnington Council slapped a heritage overlay on the house.
The six-bedroom house at 177 Kooyong Road was bought for .19 million in 2010 but sold for slightly more than .8 million seven years later.
The existing site is already home to the college, which caters for students from kindergarten to year 12.
It is near Inala, which is home to a large Vietnamese community, and the Wacol prison, which both fall with Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk's Inala electorate.
A multimillion-dollar property has passed in at auction without a single bid after an eleventh-hour council heritage protection.