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Proposed height increase for middle Street apartment block.

Who decides if a nine level apartment block can be built on the Bel Air motel site?

June 24, 2024

Redland City Council is currently considering a developer’s application to increase from eight to nine storeys the height of a proposed apartment block at 218-220 Middle Street in Cleveland (the Bel Air Motel site). The development application is impact assessable, was advertised for public consultation and submissions have been made […]

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Impression of the proposed Redlands Whitewater Centre

Community opposition to proposed Whitewater Centre

June 20, 2024

At its general meeting on 15 May 2024 Redland City Council voted 6/5 to confirm Redland City Council’s continued support for the proposed Redland Whitewater Centre. Councillors voting FOR Councillors voting AGAINST Cr Peter Mitchell (Division 2) Mayor Jos Mitchell Cr Shane Rendalls (Division 5) Cr Wendy Boglary (Division 1) […]

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Coolnwynpin Creek Boardwalk

Coolnwynpin Creek Boardwalk petition – Ngareta Cassidy

June 18, 2024

My name is Ngareta and I live and work in Capalaba. I want to talk about Coolnwynpin Creek Boardwalk which is also known as the Dan Street Boardwalk. These photos are from Monday the 27th May. Along with the boardwalk, there are a group of Wood ducks, Great egret and […]

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Latest News

Proposed height increase for middle Street apartment block.

Who decides if a nine level apartment block can be built on the Bel Air motel site?

June 24, 2024

Redland City Council is currently considering a developer’s application to increase from eight to nine storeys the height of a proposed apartment block at 218-220 Middle Street in Cleveland (the Bel Air Motel site). The development application is impact assessable, was advertised for public consultation and submissions have been made […]

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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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