Meet the planner eventProposed new planning laws will be discussed by State Government officers at a workshop arranged by Redlands2030 for Wednesday 14 October from 6:00 pm, at The Red Place, Cleveland (map).

Seats are limited and preference will be given to people who RSVP via an email to thereporter@redlands2030.net

Scope of the new planning laws

The Queensland Government is consulting about a revamp of the State’s planning laws which deal with:

  • How local councils develop planning schemes
  • Approval (or refusal) of development applications
  • Dispute resolution in the Planning and Environment Court

The new planning laws could ensure that cities are well planned with genuine community engagement, or they could make it easier for developers to avoid ‘red tape’. It’s your choice, but have your say soon.

Government officers to meet with Redlands residents

Redlands2030 invites people to attend a “meet the planner” session to discuss the proposed new laws with staff from the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Local Government.

Seats are limited and preference will be given to people who RSVP via an email to thereporter@redlands2030.net

Further information about the draft planning bills is available from:

Submissions about the draft bills can be made to the Department until 6:00 pm on Friday 23 October 2015.

Meet the planner event

Date: October 14, 2015
Time: 06:00 pm
Event: New planning laws - Redland City consultation event
Sponsor: Redlands2030
Venue: The Red Place
Location: 99 Bloomfield Street
Cleveland 4163
Australia
Public: Public

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  1. I am overseas and won’t be able to make it unfortunately. I will be very interested to read a summary of the discussion though. I am very concerned about good growing land being bulldozed under housing without even saving the topsoil. Especially in times of food insecurity.