Monthly Archives: May 2021

Redland Library kits help residents start own book clubs


Redland Libraries are so pleased with the success of their first book club that they are making it easy for residents to start one of their own. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Book Club sets were now available through Council’s libraries. “The sets have been prepared so we can share the literary love and  Continue reading…

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Council launches new platform for property and development searches


Redland City Council has launched a new online platform which provides easy access to planning and development information for the local government area. Mayor Karen Williams said the platform, Development.i, replaced Council’s PD Online portal and, in response to community feedback, offered a better user experience and increased functionality. “Development.i users will be able to  Continue reading…

Victoria Point planning outcomes reflect Court negotiated settlement of planning interests


Redland City Council is continuing its push to secure the best planning outcomes for a new emerging community in Victoria Point while navigating a complex planning and appeal system. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council was committed to delivering a well-planned and co-ordinated approach to the development of this significant future growth area. “This  Continue reading…

Neighbourhood fitness and fun at Chipping Drive Park


There’s something for young and old with the fun changes to Chipping Drive Park at Alexandra Hills. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the improvements, with an estimated budget of about $130,000 out of an annual program of about $13.8 million to improve Redlands Coast’s wonderful parks and sports fields, included some exciting new features  Continue reading…

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Contract to kickstart work on new Southern Moreton Bay Islands ferry terminals


The Southern Moreton Bay Islands ferry terminals upgrade project has entered the construction phase, with the State Government and Redland City Council announcing a $20 million contract for stage one of the works. Member for Redlands Kim Richards said marine construction company The Jetty Specialist had been awarded the contract to build and install new  Continue reading…

Pop-up art returns in the RAG Red Box – Now at RPAC


The Redland Art Gallery (RAG) Red Box has returned to bring a special showcase of artworks to the Redlands Coast. Redland Performing Arts Centre is the newest pop-up gallery venue after the program was put on hold last year due to COVID-19. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said its return celebrated visual arts within the  Continue reading…

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Inaugural art fair showcases Redlands Coast artists


Redland City Council will give residents and visitors a unique opportunity to view the works of local artists through the inaugural Redlands Coast Art Fair on Quandamooka Country. Mayor Karen Williams said the Art Fair, to be held at Redland Performing Arts Centre (RPAC) in June, aimed to cement the region as a hub for  Continue reading…

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