A development application to establish a shopping centre on an underutilised site  involving the extension and modification of the existing buildings on Tryon Street, Upper Mount Gravatt has been lodged. 

The application seeks approval to establish a shopping centre, “Tryon Plaza Shopping Centre,” to be located at 9 Tryon Street, Upper Mount Gravatt and will involve the extension and modification of the two existing buildings and construction of three kiosks at the front of the 7,337sqm site.

9 Tryon St, Upper Mount Gravatt QLD 4122 Australia

The proposed building will have a maximum height of 7.7 metres (two-storeys). The kiosks will comprise three small shops fronting Mt Gravatt Capalaba Road. Other details of the plan include outdoor seating areas, 229sqm office space, 557.7sqm supermarket, and 15-metre high blade signage.

Tyron Plaza Shopping Centre on Tryon Street, Upper Mount Gravatt
Photo credit: Brisbane City Council / /pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au

Whilst the proposal does not involve basement parking, 110 car parking spaces will be provided within the open ground car parking areas. Access to the site is via the existing two-way access on Tryon Street on the eastern side and a new access on Palmdale lane on the western boundary.

Photo credit: Brisbane City Council / /pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au
Tyron Plaza Shopping Centre on Tryon Street, Upper Mount Gravatt
Photo credit: Brisbane City Council / /pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au
Tyron Plaza Shopping Centre on Tryon Street, Upper Mount Gravatt
Photo credit: Brisbane City Council / /pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au
Tyron Plaza Shopping Centre on Tryon Street, Upper Mount Gravatt
Photo credit: Brisbane City Council / /pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au

The proposal provides for the establishment of a shopping centre on a currently underutilised site and will significantly increase activation to Mt Gravatt Capalaba Road by extending the existing building to within 6m of the road frontage and providing kiosks directly adjoining the road frontage,” the Assessment report by Plan A Town Planning said.

“The proposed development will significantly increase activation to Mt Gravatt Capalaba Road by extending the existing building to within 6m of the road frontage and providing kiosks directly adjoining the road frontage.”