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Have your say on the Draft Birkdale Community Precinct Master Plan


Redland City Council has adopted the largest and most exciting draft masterplan in the city’s history, with draft plans for the Birkdale Community Precinct getting the greenlight from Councillors at a Special Meeting today. Mayor Karen Williams said the Draft Birkdale Community Precinct (BCP) Master Plan outlined an exciting concept for the 62-hectare site on  Continue reading…

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Community backs plans for popular Thorneside sports park


Consultation about the upgrade of William Taylor Memorial Sports Field at Thorneside has revealed strong community backing for the draft concept plan. Mayor Karen Williams said the plan was developed by Redland City Council in collaboration with the primary tenant sporting clubs that call the sports field home – Mooroondu Sport and Recreation Club, Mooroondu  Continue reading…

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More time to help shape prized Redlands Coast park – survey closing date extended to 24 September 2021


Redland City Council is providing an extra two weeks during which those interested in the future of Thorneside’s William Taylor Memorial Sports Field will be able to have their say. Mayor Karen Williams said that, while more than 180 people had already provided input, extending the survey period to 24 September would give more people  Continue reading…

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Oral history project to capture impact of COVID on Redlands Coast


Redland City Council Libraries’ Local History Team is spearheading a project to capture the experiences of residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mayor Karen Williams said the COVID Oral History Project would build on the groundswell of similar projects worldwide and throughout Queensland. “This ongoing global pandemic has been a major part of all our lives  Continue reading…

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Help shape prized Redlands Coast park


Redlands Coast residents can help shape the future of Thorneside’s William Taylor Memorial Sports Field, with those who complete a two-minute survey by 10 September 2021 able to go into the draw to win one of three $100 gift cards. Mayor Karen Williams said the survey, which opens on Friday 27 August, would help Council  Continue reading…

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Council raises awareness of safe cycling on Redlands Coast


Redland City Council is rolling out an awareness campaign to promote safe cycling across Redlands Coast. Mayor Karen Williams said the Ride Redlands Coast campaign aligned with commitments in Council’s Corporate Plan 2021-2026 and Redlands Coast Transport Strategy 2020 to deliver positive active transport outcomes across the city. “Council has also demonstrated its commitment to  Continue reading…

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Have your say on the number of dogs allowed on Redlands Coast properties: 31 May to 8 July 2021


Redland City Council will consult with the community about a proposed change to animal management local laws covering the number of dogs able to be kept on residential properties. Mayor Karen Williams said a local law amendment to allow up to four dogs in special circumstances would be the appropriate vehicle to bring Council in  Continue reading…

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Council seeks input on draft Age-friendly Action Plan


Redland City Council is inviting the community to have its say on the draft Redlands Coast Age-friendly Action Plan 2021-2026. Mayor Karen Williams said the draft plan was based on the World Health Organisation’s Age-friendly Cities model that was developed in 2004 as a planning response to population ageing. “It explores how a city’s landscape,  Continue reading…

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