Shoreline

Environment, Shoreline, Wildlife

Shoreline farm dams should be saved for bird habitat: by Kathy Clark

Residents are calling for Shoreline farm dams to be saved – Photo: Frank Burch Shoreline farm dams provide important habitat for various threatened bird species and should be conserved says Kathy Clark, from Birdlife Southern Queensland. Changes to the development approval for the Shoreline housing project are out for public consultation until 27 March 2024. […]

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Letters to the Editor, Shoreline, Toondah Harbour, Wildlife

Wildlife protection and the housing shortage in southeast Queensland

Letters to the Editor – 28 August 2023 The housing crisis, wildlife protection in the Redlands and the State Government’s proposed makeover of the South East Queensland Regional Plan are discussed in letters to the Editor. If you have something to say about a topical issue email your letter to theeditor@redlands2030.net People living in tents,

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Governance, Residential development, Shoreline

Kinross townhouses, Shoreline sewerage and “strategic property” purchase

Site of 122 townhouses north of a fauna corridor in the Kinross Road Structure Plan area Development of 122 Kinross townhouses, purchase of a “strategic property” by the Council owned Redland Investment Corporation, and arrangements for delivery and funding of sewerage services in southern Redlands are on the agenda for Redland City Council’s meeting on

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Governance, NSI, Shoreline

Shoreline development and Straddie rocks on Council agenda

Development plans for a large block in the Shoreline area, increased charges for rock quarried on North Stradbroke Island and a “Transition Plan” for the Redland Investment Corporation are to be discussed at Redland City Council’s next meeting on Wednesday 16 February 2022. No move on heritage protection Changing the town plan to add about

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Governance, Residential development, Shoreline

State Government unblocks the Shoreline sewerage problem

Shoreline wastewater treatment plant next to the Logan River Plans for development of 5,000 dwellings in Southern Redlands have received a major boost from the Queensland Government which this week gave the Shoreline sewerage project two favourable decisions: Plans for sewerage treatment have been approved by the state government under its Ministerial Infrastructure Designation powers

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Governance, Infrastructure, Residential development, Shoreline

Mosquito management and the Shoreline project

A revamped Mosquito Management plan and approving a residential subdivision in the Shoreline development area will be discussed at Redland City Council’s next meeting on Wednesday 4th December. There is only one closed session item on the agenda – renewal of the cafe lease at the Cleveland Library building. Information to be discussed at the

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Governance, Shoreline

Shoreline on agenda for Council meeting

Shoreline will be discussed at the Council meeting on 6 March. Lend Lease wants ‘minor changes’ to the development approval obtained through a controversial 6/5 council vote in December 2015. Also on the agenda, Cr Mark Edwards is proposing that Council engage with the SMBI community about their needs for the future use of the

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City Plan 2015, Community, Governance, Koalas, Shoreline, Straddie, Toondah Harbour, Weinam Creek

Redland City in 2018 – a Redlands2030 recap

Here’s our recap of what happened in Redland City during 2018, focusing on key decisions made by Redland City Council and some other newsworthy events. Chicken poo power plans dropped Plans for a power station fuelled with chicken litter to be built next to the Golden Cockerel abattoir in Mt Cotton, first proposed in 2004,

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Governance, Shoreline

Your councillor’s newsletter: news or spin?

Three times each year Redlands residents receive good news about Council activities and photos of their local councillor, prepared colourfully at ratepayers expense by the Council’s propaganda group. Don’t believe everything you read in a newsletter It’s understood that councillors keep a close eye on each others’ newsletters, especially the number of self photos that

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Community, Governance, Koalas, Shoreline

Shoreline sewerage on Council meeting agenda

A Sewer Servicing Strategy for Shoreline’s 4,000 home project in southern Redlands will be discussed on Wednesday by Redland City councillors, according to the published meeting agenda. The 4,000 home Shoreline project, located outside the urban footprint, was approved controversially 6/5 by Redland City Council in November 2015. Councillors only received the proposed 231 page

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