Redlands gets very few mentions in the updated State Infrastructure Plan released yesterday by Deputy Premier and Minister for Infrastructure Jackie Trad. The Part B: Program – 2017 update (2017 Plan) includes a four year program of infrastructure investment aligned with the recently delivered 2017–18 State Budget. So what infrastructure will benefit the Redlands? Cross River […]
Redlands doesn’t have enough sports fields to meet community needs with a shortfall of 100 hectares likely to get worse due to population growth over the next decade. Land recently purchased by the Council in Mount Cotton for $7 million may not help in the short term. Only horse riding facilities are catered for in […]
Changes to the licence for Chefs Inc. to run a food market in the Cleveland Library car park for up to ten years will be discussed by Redland City Council at it’s next meeting on Wednesday 12 July. The discussion is scheduled to be in closed session without media or the public present. In August […]
Urban consolidation adversely impacts liveability by increasing noise, and is the biggest concern and impact. Noise affects both amenity and health. It comes from a range of sources including ongoing new construction or renovation, dogs and peak dog walking hour, peak hour train traffic, air conditioners, pool pumps and garden appliances. Previous articles aspects of […]
There are pros and cons to the original wide open space design of the Whepstead heritage precinct. The treed leafy nature and wide grassy verged streets appealed when we bought our house (in 1999). At that time criteria included the low density (only 14 houses in Burnett Street at the time and one lot of […]
Making money by getting favourable land re-zoning decisions is just one example of the Game of Mates, a story about the massive concentration of wealth in Australia in recent decades and ways to control it. Redlands BOOK LAUNCH – 6pm Thurs 22 June 2017 Watch the video of the event with author Cameron Murray on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/222920696. […]
Infrastructure in our major cities is at or over capacity. William Bourke, President of Sustainable Australia Party, claims that this is a politically engineered crisis Australia needs to address by lowering immigration rates. Australia’s rapid population growth NAB Chairman Ken Henry recently stated that Australia’s population is expected to grow by an astonishing 400,000 people every year, […]
The South East Queensland Regional Plan will be discussed at a seminar hosted by Redlands2030 and the Brisbane Region Environment Council.
- Date: 25 February
- Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
- Venue: Griffith University Ecocentre (see map)
The State Government is currently consulting on a new South East Queensland Regional Plan – Shaping SEQ.
The deadline for making submissions or comments about the draft Plan is 3 March 2017.
This seminar is an opportunity to learn more about the draft new Regional Plan.
Find out why community and environment groups are concerned about likely impacts of the proposed regional plan on south east Queensland residents and our environment.
Speakers will include:
- Elizabeth Handley, Brisbane Residents United
- Steve Macdonald, President of Redlands2030
- Ted Fensom of Brisbane Region Environment Council
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
More about the SEQ Regional Plan
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Sealink Travel Group, the owner and operator of ferries and barges servicing North Stradbroke Island and the southern Moreton Bay islands, has announced record sales and profit in all its businesses. For the six months to December 31 2016, Sealink posted a net profit after tax of $13.1 million, an increase of 52% compared with […]
The State Government’s draft new regional plan Shaping SEQ is a blueprint for ongoing population growth with little thought given to quality of life, adequacy of infrastructure and environmental impacts. READ, PRINT, change if needed, SIGN and SEND the Ready-Made Submission before midnight on Friday 3 March 2017. Redlands should expect its population to increase by 25% from […]
An application for development of a 1,500 unit riverside ‘mini city’ at Carbrook will soon be considered by the Logan City Council. Local residents have raised significant concerns about the environmental, social and ecological impacts of the development as well as the inadequate consultation process. But what about the business case? The developer’s business case […]
The agenda for Redland City Council’s meeting on 8 February is remarkably empty, raising questions about the many important issues which councillors are not discussing in front of the community. Building certification fees to rise Apart from routine noting of routine reports the only agenda item scheduled for discussion publicly is a proposal to increase […]
Plans for development of a mainly residential project in the northern car park of the Cleveland train station were considered at Redland City Council’s meeting on 25 January. Most councillors recognised that the community was unhappy with the proposed development’s inadequate provisions for commuter car parking. Community views were clearly expressed as comments to a […]
Redland City councillors will discuss plans for development of 124 apartments in the Cleveland station car park at the Council’s first general meeting of the year on Wednesday 25 January. This project was publicly unveiled by Redlands2030 in a story published 12 months ago which pointed out that the project was: sub-optimal use of the […]
Redland City Council made decisions about the Teak Lane development application, St James Kindergarten playground tenure and future of Indiscapes at its meeting on 23 November 2016. In the absence of Mayor Karen Williams, the meeting was chaired by Deputy Mayor Wendy Boglary. It’s understood that Mayor Williams was in Hobart attending a conference about […]