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Boardwalk petition presented to Redland City Council

July 17, 2024

An online petition signed by 170 people, calling for reinstatement of the Coolnwynpin boardwalk in Capalaba, was presented to Redland City Council at its general meeting today. Councillors resolved: “That the petition is of an operational nature and be received and referred to the Chief ExecutiveOfficer for consideration”. Before the […]

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Annual costs of local council rates and water charges in southeast Queensland compared

Redlands tops SEQ charts for council rates and water charges

July 15, 2024

For the third year running, Redlands ratepayers win the unwanted prize of having the highest Council rates and water utility charges for residential homeowners in southeast Queensland. A typical Redlands homeowner will pay $4,512 per year to Redland City Council while at the other end of the scale, a typical […]

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Botanix development plan to be considered by Redland City Council at meeting on 17 July

July 14, 2024

Fiteni Homes’ application to develop an urban village with a mix of residential and commercial uses on the Botanix site at Wellington Point are on the agenda for Redland City Council’s general meeting on Wednesday 17 July 2024. The Botanix site, located near the popular Wellington Point Farm, was a […]

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Boardwalk petition

Boardwalk petition presented to Redland City Council

July 17, 2024

An online petition signed by 170 people, calling for reinstatement of the Coolnwynpin boardwalk in Capalaba, was presented to Redland City Council at its general meeting today. Councillors resolved: “That the petition is of an operational nature and be received and referred to the Chief ExecutiveOfficer for consideration”. Before the […]

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About Redlands2030

About Redlands2030 Inc We’re a Queensland non-profit group, offering a ‘grass roots’ forum for locals concerned about government decisions and planning in the Redlands. Redlands2030 Inc was formed in 2014 to fight the controversial Toondah Harbour residential development that will reclaim 100 acres of Moreton Bay marine park and protected wetlands. We believe the community’s values, as set out in the 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

Redlands2030 uses its influence to balance varying views about the future shape of the Redlands – with a healthy leaning towards preserving the natural strategic assets we possess. We are not against development - except where it is clearly counter to community expectations.

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