City may stop urban village

A PROPOSED urban village for up to 10,000 residents in southern Redland Bay is likely to be opposed by the new Redland City Council.

Councillors are considering changes to the city’s 20-year growth plans in the wake of an election that shifted the balance of power to candidates who promised to slow down development.

The State Government, which is ultimately responsible for planning, wants the new council to provide its views on growth by next month

SOURCE: Bayside Bulletin / The Redland Times – City may stop urban village 

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