Redland City Council will be asked to withdraw its support for Walker Group’s proposed Toondah Harbour project in a petition initiated by Redlands2030. Petition wording We, the undersigned Residents of Redland City request that Council: Withdraw its support for Walker Group’s proposed Toondah Harbour residential development which the community considers to be clearly unacceptable Work […]
Australia has been reminded of its obligations to protect internationally significant wetlands and protected species by the organisation which manages the Ramsar Convention. The Ramsar Secretariat, based in Switzerland, made one of the 1,411 submissions opposing residential development in the Moreton Bay Ramsar Site next to Toondah Harbour. Key points in the Ramsar Secretariat’s submission […]
How would the proposed development of 3,600 apartments on dredged Ramsar wetlands next to Toondah Harbour affect Cleveland’s heritage listed Grand View Hotel? Perhaps the hotel would get some extra custom while 3,600 apartments are constructed over a period of 15-20 years. But the hotel might not have such a ‘grand view’ if a number […]
Claims about the employment impact of Walker Group’s proposed Toondah project are “widely overstated” and “dishonest” according to one of the 1,411 submissions opposing the project. Jobs claims questioned This submission says even if 500 permanent jobs were to result from the project, the extra residents would require 3,000 to 5,000 new jobs “which would […]
Concerned residents write about banning political donations by developers, traffic congestion and the proposed Toondah project and the need for Australia’s politicians to question our immigration policies. If you have something to say send an email to email@example.com Australia’s population to reach 100 million people Gerry Harvey (of Harvey Norman) has made news predicting Australia […]
Works by some of Straddie’s best local artists will be auctioned on Saturday 30 September to raise funds for the Straddie Early Learning Centre. This year for the first time the auction and an art show will include work by the children at the centre who have just completed a six week course run by […]
Redland City is an unspoilt jewel for holidaymakers and visitors to Queensland’s south-east according to Brisbane Marketing, responsible for tourism promotion in south east Queensland. The Brisbane Marketing website includes tourism information about Redlands. If you want to know where to “see or snuggle with Australia’s favourite cuddly marsupial” Brisbane Marketing lists 7 spots to […]
Mick de Brenni
Mick de Brenni MP for Springwood and Minister for Housing and Public Works and Minister for Sport is guest speaker at Redlands2030’s September meeting:
DATE: Thursday 28th September
TIME: 6:00pm for 6:30pm
PLACE: Redlands Multi Sports Club corner of Randall & Bailey Rds, Birkdale
RSVP by email to thereporter@Redlands2030.net
Mr de Brenni’s address will include some aspects of his extensive ministerial responsibilities.
He will also discuss issues relating to areas of Redland City (Sheldon and Mt Cotton) now included in the state seat of Springwood.
For information, the LNP candidate for the seat of Springwood is local councillor Julie Talty (Division 6)
Following the guest speaker Redlands2030 will provide an overview of the Toondah Harbour PDA EPBC process and the outcome of the crowd funded Freedom of Information Application. Learn who said what, learn how many “bothered” to make a submission and what issues were raised in the EPBC submission process.
We also expect preview of a short Redlands2030 promo and a short discussion on the Native Title.
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||Mick de Brenni to speak at Redlands2030 meeting
||Redlands2030 Monthly Meeting
A Redlands resident urges the Federal Government to reject Walker Group’s proposed Toondah residential development as being clearly unacceptable. The submission says Walker Group’s proposed investment in apartments is not critical infrastructure and should not be allowed to justify the destruction of protected Ramsar wetlands and endangered wildlife, including migratory shorebirds and koalas. Re: Walker […]
In the inner-Brisbane state seat of South Brisbane, where construction of new apartment blocks is changing the landscape, the election campaign has been under way for months with Greens challenger Amy MacMahon taking on Deputy Premier Jackie Trad. The Greens rate their chances highly in South Brisbane. This seat shares much of the area won […]
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital treats more than 9,000 wild animals every year, most of them injured due to human impact such as habitat loss, domestic pet attacks, vehicle hits, and getting caught in fishing tackle. The Wildlife Hospital is part of the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the Gold Coast’s major tourist attractions. Both the Sanctuary […]
As a lobby group the Property Council of Australia has been very effective in persuading the LNP and Labor that building stuff is more important than community consultation and environmental protection. Not surprisingly, the Property Council made one of the eight submissions to the Federal Government supporting Walker Group’s plan to build 3,600 apartments on […]
This week’s mailbag zeros in on the need to reinstate funding for Donald Simpson Centre; corruption watchdogs and a better community model for dealing with corruption and property development. Donald Simpson Centre I am writing to express my concern about the withdrawal of funding by the Council to the Donald Simpson Centre. If funding is […]
Significant long term detrimental impacts of Walker Group’s proposed development at Toondah Harbour pose unacceptable risks to the Moreton Bay Marine Park and national environmental values. That’s what the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) said in a submission about Walker Group’s proposed development at Toondah Harbour. AMCS points out that the proposed development is not […]