City Plan 2015

increase in building height for apartments
City Plan 2015, Residential development

Building height limits in Cleveland ignored by developers

Two recent development applications show that the building height limits prescribed in the Redland City Plan are not taken seriously. What is the point of having a City Plan if it is disregarded by developers and the Council? 196-198 Middle Street – next to Stephanie’s Vintage Spa Plans for 50 apartments at 196-198 Middle Street […]

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City Plan 2015, Residential development, Submission

Make a submission about the Draft Redland Housing Strategy

To support its population growth agenda, the State Government has prepared a Draft Redland Housing Strategy. If adopted, this ‘strategy’ would result in the minimum lot size being reduced from 400 m2 to as little as 200 m2 in many residential areas. A short video showing areas where increased residential density would be allowed has

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City Plan 2015, Residential development

Squeeze up – the State Government’s Draft Redland Housing Strategy

Smaller lots in “high amenity” areas and seven storey apartment blocks in “medium change areas” are proposed in the Draft Redland Housing Strategy, released for community consultation by the State Government this week. The strategy deals largely with infill but notes that the Redlands has three future growth areas: The draft Strategy includes the following

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City Plan 2015, Environment, Wildlife

Have your say about protecting wildlife connection corridors in the Redlands

Consultation extended until 31 July Redland City Council has extended the public consultation period for an amendment designed to incorporate the Council-endorsed Wildlife Connections Plan 2018-2028 into the City Plan within the urban footprint. Have your say The Redlands community can have a say about improving protection of wildlife connection corridors by amending the Redland

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City Plan 2015, Environment, Governance, Heritage Protection, Wildlife

Wildlife hospital location on Council’s agenda

Location of a wildlife hospital, grant funding and local laws are on the agenda for Redland City Council’s general meeting on Wednesday 15 June. One item not on this agenda is fixing Redland City’s grossly deficient Local Heritage Register by listing about 40 properties which were recommended for inclusion in August 2021. The Temporary Local

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City Plan 2015, Governance, Heritage Protection

Public participation at Council meetings suspended

Redland City Council’s offices in Bloomfield Street, Cleveland Due to the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic the Council has advised that public participation at Redland City Council meetings has been suspended until further notice. But councillors will continue to receive some religious instruction, during the next meeting, on Wednesday 19 January. The agenda says

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City Plan 2015, Governance

Court quashes development that conflicts with Planning Scheme

604-612 Redland Bay Road was proposed as a site for a petrol service station and retail outlet. A long running legal stoush ended recently, with Queensland’s Court of Appeal quashing plans for a new petrol station and retail outlet that conflicted with Redland City Council’s planning scheme. King of Gifts Pty Ltd proposed in 2012

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City Plan 2015, Governance, Residential development

Improving medium density development in Redland City

Medium density development in Wharf Street , Cleveland Redland City Council is seeking community feedback about proposed changes to rules for medium density development which are intended to improve the quality of medium density development in Redland City. The consultation process commenced on 3 August 2021 and closes on Thursday 16 September. If you think

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City Plan 2015, Environment, Residential development

Homeowners and wildlife could benefit from protecting freshwater ecosystems says Cr Paul Gollè

Residents may be interested to know that Redland City Council is working on amendments to the City Plan which, if adopted, would improve protection of freshwater ecosystems including old farm dams, creek corridors and areas of overland flow by amending the Waterway Corridors and Wetlands Overlay Code and the Healthy Waters Code. The proposed amendments

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City Plan 2015, Environment, Governance

Coochiemudlo beaches and Ormiston land on Council’s agenda

The meeting will be at Redland City Council’s offices in Bloomfield Street, Cleveland Coochiemudlo beach erosion, conservation land in Ormiston and protection of environmental corridors are among items to be discussed at Redland City Council’s second general meeting of 2021. Councillors will also discuss two closed session items and a budget review showing an 11.6

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