Petitions

Petitions, Toondah Harbour

Toondah Alliance calls for State Government to fix the port

Following the Federal Environment Minister’s decision to protect Ramsar wetlands, the Toondah Alliance is calling on the State Government to revoke the Toondah Harbour Priority Development Area. A petition to Queensland Parliament is calling for the following actions: This petition can be signed by any Queensland resident: Toondah Alliance writes to all Queensland State MPS […]

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Birkdale Precinct, Heinemann Road Project, Petitions, Toondah Harbour

2023 in the Redlands – a review by Redlands2030

Here’s our recap of what happened during 2023 in the Redlands, including images and links to stories which we published throughout the year. January 2023 We kicked off the year with news that controversial plans for 124 apartments in the northern car park at Cleveland Train Station were rejected by the Planning and Environment Court.

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Community, Heritage Protection, Petitions

Petition calls for State Heritage listing of G.J. Walter Park

A petition calling for G.J. Walter Park to be nominated for inclusion in the Queensland Heritage Register will soon be presented to Redland City Council. This park is located on the Cleveland foreshore between the Toondah Harbour ferry terminal and the Grand View Hotel which is already State heritage listed. G.J. Walter Park was gazetted

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Community, Governance, Petitions, Toondah Harbour

2022 in the Redlands – a review by Redlands2030

Redlands2030’s reviews what happened in 2022 in the Redlands, focusing on issues that we covered with stories and photos throughout the year. January 2022 Car parking in Cleveland CBD Car parking became harder to find in the Cleveland CBD from 31 January when the Doig Street car park (which used to be owned by Redland

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Community, Petitions, Toondah Harbour

Toondah Harbour petition comments since Draft EIS released

Word cloud based on recent comments to the Stop Toondah Harbour petition More than 57,000 people have now signed a petition to the Federal Environment Minister and Queensland Premier opposing plans for development on wetlands in Moreton Bay next to Toondah Harbour. The Toondah Harbour petition says: Please save Toondah Harbour’s irreplaceable, internationally significant wetlands,

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Environment, Governance, Petitions, Toondah Harbour, Wildlife

Letter to Environment Minister – Saving Toondah Harbour

On the 2 February 2021 the Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley spoke earnestly in a video message about the importance of looking after our wetlands environment for future generations. But soon she will have to assess an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a proposal to destroy wetlands next to Toondah Harbour so that a property

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Community Plan, Governance, Petitions

Community Plan Must Stay Say Community Groups

Redlands community groups are petitioning Council to retain the City’s longstanding Community Plan as the key document guiding the future of Redlands. The Council’s bid to dump the Redlands 2030 Community Plan was slammed by Lavinia Wood, President of the Community Alliance for Responsible Planning (CARP) Redlands Inc.  “We were stunned to realise that by

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Community Plan, Heritage Protection, Letters to the Editor, Petitions, Toondah Harbour

Redlands community ignored by Council and State

Redlands’ “lost” Community Plan, failure to properly commemorate the end of WW2 and Kate Jones’ “appalling” response to the Toondah inquiry petition are discussed in letters to Redlands2030. If you have something to say for publication by Redlands2030, email your letter to theeditor@redlands2030.net What happened to the community plan? What has happened to the current Redland

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Economic Development Strategy, Governance, Petitions, Toondah Harbour

Toondah Harbour Inquiry E-Petition Tops Redlands’ Issues

Redlands2030 President Steve MacDonald says a petition to Queensland Parliament demanding an independent public inquiry into plans for a $1.3 billion residential development to be built in Moreton Bay wetlands at Toondah Harbour, Cleveland attracted over 6000 signatures.    “The strong public response to this petition shows high levels of alarm about the proposed development of

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Letters to the Editor, Petitions, Toondah Harbour

Toondah and the virus of coastal development

Outrage continues over plans for construction of 3,600 apartments on mudflats between the Grand View Hotel and Toondah Harbour, where ferries depart for North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah). Have your say about Toondah Harbour, or anything else, by emailing a letter to theeditor@redlands2030.net Birds threatened by development ‘virus’ The novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has caused and

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