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Toondah Harbour Priority Development Area - Proposed Development Scheme

Eligibility - Queensland residents

Principal Petitioner:

Ashley Ehlers
4 Perrin Place
CLEVELAND QLD 4163

Total Signatures - 19

Sponsoring Member: The Clerk of the Parliament

Posting Date: 3/04/2014

Tabled Date: 3/04/2014

Responded By: Hon Jeff Seeney MP on 17/04/2014

TO: The Honourable the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland

The petition of residents of the State of Queensland and the school community of Star of the Sea Catholic Primary School, Passage Street, Cleveland in Redland City draws to the attention of the House the total lack of consultation with our school community despite our school being one of only seven specifically named locations appearing in the legend to Map 1, page 2 of the Toondah Harbour Priority Development Area Proposed Development Scheme dated January 2014 and the parish land on which the school is located having a border extending over it as recorded in the 'Stormwaterer Plan for Toondah Harbour PDA Report December 2013' prepared for this Scheme.

 

Your, petitioners, therefore request the House to call on the State Government and Redland City Council to withdraw the proposed fast tracking of this Scheme and to review the proposed development in a considered and careful manner by:

  • consulting with our school community as a significant stakeholder;
  • referring specifically to and considering fully the Toondah Harbour Community Engagement Report (Published by Redlands City Council August 2013);
  • referring specifically to and considering fully the Redlands 2030 Community Plan (adopted by RCC 28 April 2010;
  • referring specifically to and considering fully the exiting Redlands Planning Scheme.