Redland City Council news – 4 July 2015

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Residents discuss Ausbuild’s plans for 276 lot subdivision

Council news includes Residents meeting to discuss Ausbuild's planned 276 lot subdivision in Victoria Pt

Residents meeting to discuss Ausbuild’s planned 276 lot subdivision in Victoria Pt

Nearly 100 residents concerned about Ausbuild’s plans for a 276 lot development in Victoria Point attended a meeting on Saturday 4 July. Cr Julie Talty explain the development planning and assessment process for this proposed subdivision. Concerns raised included traffic impacts, separation from nearby poultry farming activities, loss of koala habitat and lack of a masterplan for the area.

Cr Talty pointed out that because the proposed development was within the SEQ regional Plan urban footprint, development was not prohibited and Council has to accept and assess the application. She also made the point that this application is still at the information gathering stage and it may be some time before any formal process of public consultation is advertised.

The proposed development is ROL005880 located at 21-29 and 31 Clay Gully Road and at 39 Brendan Way in Victoria Point. More information is available at PD On Line and the Redlands Means Business facebook page.

Rushwood Estate residents protest

Rushwood Estate residents protest outside Redland City Council's offices

Rushwood Estate residents protest outside Redland City Council’s offices

Rushwood Estate residents’ concerns about Ausbuild’s plans to transform two quiet  cul de sacs in Thornlands into busy access roads made the Channel Nine news recently.

The concerned residents also staged a protest outside the Redland City Council’s offices.

More information about this proposed development is available in: Rushwood residents raise traffic and odour questions about Ausbuild’s development plans and from the Thornlands Voice Facebook page.

219 submissions about Dorsal Drive development plans

Residents concerned about a proposed residential development in Dorsal Drive Birkdale have been advised that Council received 219 properly made submissions during the consultation period. This significant level of submission activity followed a residents meeting in May which was attended by about 150 people. More information about this proposed development is available in: Residents discuss Dorsal Drive objections and from the Aquatic Paradise Community website and Facebook page.

Trade College gets a Redlands campus

The Australian Industry Trade College has announced it will open a new campus next year in the disused research facility once operated by CSIRO at Toondah Harbour. This will be a temporary facility pending Walker Corporation’s submission and approval of plans for the redevelopment of the area around Toondah Harbour.

The College is an Independent Senior School and currently charges annual fees of $6,100 for  young people who wish to complete their Certificate of Education while training full time as an apprentice.

Further information is available in this Council news release and from the AITC website.

 

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One thought on “Redland City Council news – 4 July 2015

  1. Interesting story regarding the Ausbuild application for development in Clay Gully Road Victoria Point. The application is for 276 residential lots, whilst Cr Talty claims it is inside the urban footprint the zoning for this lot is low density 6000sqm lots not 300sqm lots.
    I have to wonder whether some councillors understand the SEQ Regional Plan, as quite clearly the document says that some land inside the Urban footprint will continue to be retained as Rural non urban, not every metre of land will be covered in concrete. This is an over development of the area and I have to wonder what the agenda is.