Tag Archives: Weinam Creek

Snapshot – 18 February 2014


Toondah Harbour and Weinam Creek draft plans Submissions close next Monday Council is encouraging residents and stakeholders to have their say on the proposed development schemes for Toondah Harbour at Cleveland and Weinam Creek at Redland Bay. If you are not one of the 2000 people who have already attended one of 10 community engagement forums on the mainland or islands,  Continue reading…

Snapshot – 4 February


‘Bujang Jarah Bulkari Taco Jahjum Nu’ ‘Mother Earth Coming Together for All Children’ Exhibition Visit Cleveland Library from Monday 10 – Friday 21 February 2014 to view a unique photographic exhibition and video presentation by local artist and Quandamooka Traditional Owner Craig Tapp. This exhibition highlights a partnership project with cultural exchange ephemeral sand art by Craig and students from Cleveland  Continue reading…

Snapshot – 28 January


Toondah Harbour and Weinam Creek PDA draft plans View plans until Monday 24 February 2014 Draft plans for the transformation of Cleveland’s Toondah Harbour and Redland Bay’s Weinam Creek Priority Development Areas are available for public viewing and written submissions until Monday 24 February. To view the plans or make a submission online, visit our website  Continue reading…

Priority Development Area community forums


Redland City Council and Economic Development Queensland are hosting community forums about the proposed development schemes at Cleveland’s Toondah Harbour and Redland Bay’s Weinam Creek. These schemes are the next step in the transformation of both sites into vibrant waterfront destinations. Toondah Harbour community forums Saturday 1 February 2014 1pm – 3pm at Island View  Continue reading…

Toondah Harbour and Weinam Creek draft plans released


Draft plans for the Redlands’ two most important and exciting new projects are now available for public viewing. It is a significant step in the transformation of Cleveland’s Toondah Harbour and Redland Bay’s Weinam Creek Priority Development Areas into integrated transport, tourism, residential and business hubs. Redland City Deputy Mayor Councillor Alan Beard urged Redlanders  Continue reading…

Council responds to need for greater flexibility in Weinam Creek mooring permits


Redland City Council has reinstated a 48-hour permit to the new mooring options for the Weinam Creek marina, offering users more flexibility. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council had adopted new flexible mooring permits in June following feedback from the community, which would now be complemented by the reinstatement of 48-hour option. “Previously the  Continue reading…

Public forums for major Redlands projects


Residents are being invited to have their say on two of the Redlands’ most important and exciting developments. An invitation is open to anyone interested to attend Redland City Council “open house” forums on the Toondah Harbour and Weinam Creek Priority Development Area projects. Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said the special community briefing sessions  Continue reading…

Toondah and Weinam Creek information sessions


Residents can help shape two of the Redlands’ most important and exciting projects at a series of open houses soon. These special community briefing sessions will give residents an insight into progress on the Toondah Harbour and Weinam Creek Priority Development Area projects, which will generate jobs and economic growth for the city and region.  Continue reading…

Weinam Creek transport hub gains PDA status


Second fast-tracked Redland City project in a fortnight A second Redland City transport hub will be fast-tracked for planning and development following this morning’s announcement that the Weinam Creek marine precinct has been granted Priority Development Area (PDA) status by the State Government. The announcement from Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development, Infrastructure and  Continue reading…

New government Bill made for Redlands: Mayor


Redland City Mayor Karen Williams today hailed the Newman Government’s Economic Development Bill as the perfect accelerant for stalled local projects. Councillor Williams said the Bill, introduced to the Parliament today by Deputy Premier, Minister for State Development, Infrastructure and Planning Jeff Seeney, delivered on the government’s pledge to get the state back on track.  Continue reading…