Redlands2030 Inc. is a Queensland incorporated not-for-profit association providing a forum for people concerned about local government and planning in Redland City.
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We believe that the community’s values, as set out in our Redlands 2030 Community Plan, should guide major planning and development decisions within our Redlands.
These values include:
- Widespread community involvement in determining the future of the Redlands
- Sustainable economic development
- Respect for our natural environment
The current Redlands2030 Community forum coordinators are three local residents experienced in project management, regional planning and scientific research:
Note: Tom Taranto was a founding member of Redlands2030. He decided to nominate as a candidate in the upcoming local council election for Division 2 Cleveland and North Stradbroke. It is his democratic right to do so. However, before nominating as a candidate, he resigned his membership of Redlands2030 to ensure that there could be no perception of any conflict of interest between his political aspirations and Redlands2030’s editorial policies.
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We expect that our elected Councillors and Mayor make decisions that the Redlands Community value.
Redlands2030 is about our Redlands. Our experience at Toondah Harbour taught us that Mayor Karen Williams, MP Mark Robinson, the Council and the State government all need to be watched carefully. Whether its Cleveland, Straddie, Mount Cotton or the Southern Moreton Bay Islands, it doesn’t matter – we are paying attention.
Any election material published on this website is authorised by Steve MacDonald of 104 Channel Street Cleveland