Reshaping SEQ – Redlands

July 20, 2022 @  


The SEQ Regional Plan and State Infrastructure Plan are due for renewal, in our series (Reshaping SEQ) we talk to civic leaders about what needs to change.

On Tuesday 20th of July, we hosted a breakfast event with Redlands Mayor Karen Williams and Group Manager, City Planning and Assessment at Redland City Council, David Jeanes.

We heard from the Mayor nad Mr Jeanes about how Bayside Redlands is pushing ahead with growth and innovation.  The new Lend Lease Shoreline development of 3,000 lots will house 10,000 people, while Walker Corp’s Toondah Harbour inches closer to approval for bringing another 500,000 visitors to the region. There are new and expanded hospitals planned, and it’s the first City in Queensland to trial driverless buses.

This was the third event in our series of up close and personal engagements with Mayors of SEQ.

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Thank you to all that attended. Here is a gallery of images from the event.


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July 20, 2022

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