Category Archives: Meetings and policies

Redlands Coast to form a 2032 Legacy Working Group


Redland City Council will assemble a working group of community leaders to ensure the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games deliver lasting legacies for the city. Mayor Karen Williams – who will chair the Redlands Coast 2032 Legacy Working Group – said it would empower the community to set the direction for future legacy opportunities  Continue reading…

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Council aims to deliver savings through new Corporate Procurement Policy


Redland City Council has formally adopted its new Corporate Procurement Policy aimed at saving money and supporting local businesses through better purchasing and project delivery processes. Mayor Karen Williams said the policy was a continuing initiative which set out Council’s framework for procurement and contracting. “The new Corporate Procurement Policy streamlines our internal authorising processes  Continue reading…

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Public attendance at General Council Meetings suspended due to COVID-19


Redland City Council’s General Meetings are closed to the public until further notice. As a result, no Public Participation sessions will be possible at this time. This decision  has been made due to the social distancing measures required to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Members of the media reporting on Council’s General Meetings are permitted to  Continue reading…

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Redland City Council Annual Report tells of positive performance


Redland City Council today endorsed its Annual Report 2018 – 2019, highlighting positive financial and operational results and Council’s significant activities for the year. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the report showed Council’s continued financial sustainability and also outlined where the money goes, with a 100 per cent delivery of its Operational Plan 2018  Continue reading…

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Amity Point to host Council NSI update in September


Redland City Council is inviting North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) residents and visitors to drop into Amity Point Hall on Saturday 14 September for updates on a range of Council projects. Mayor Karen Williams said the North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) Community Open House, from 10am – 12 noon, would be an opportunity for members of the  Continue reading…

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Council to speak up at 123rd LGAQ Conference


Redland City Council will use October’s Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) conference to join with Queensland councils to lobby the State Government on several key issues: Allowing Councils to raise more infrastructure funding by reviewing the existing State imposed infrastructure cap. Delivering better managed and coordinated State Providing greater certainty for the community in  Continue reading…

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Redland City Council takes next reconciliation step


Redland City Council today endorsed its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), an internal document formalising its organisational vision for reconciliation, and a set of principles and actions for the next two years. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the adoption of Kanara Malara – One People 2019 – 2021, Internal Redland City Council Reconciliation Action  Continue reading…

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Council security camera policy to include antisocial behaviour


Redland City Council has responded to a request from the community to broaden its security camera policy to include the term antisocial behaviour. Mayor Karen Williams said the term had been added to the policy section that described the cameras’ purpose, with antisocial behaviour defined as: ‘riotous, disorderly, indecent, offensive, threatening or insulting behaviour, as  Continue reading…

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Redlands Economic Development Advisory Board welcomes transport and planning expert


The newest member of Redlands Economic Development Advisory Board (REDAB) is set to share his extensive experience in transport and planning with Redlands Coast. Warren Rowe was instrumental in developing the light rail project that has improved connectivity and bolstered significant economic and tourism opportunities across the Gold Coast. Mr Rowe, who recently joined planning  Continue reading…

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Public notice: Adoption of the Redland City Plan Planning Scheme Policies


Notice [PDF, 0.2MB] is given in accordance with the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 that, on 22 August 2018, Redland City Council adopted the following new Planning Scheme Policies (PSPs): PSP1 – Environmental Significance PSP2 – Infrastructure Works PSP3 – Flood and Storm Tide Hazard PSP4 – Landslide Hazard PSP5 – Structure Plans PSP6 – Environmental  Continue reading…

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