The Redlands Coast community and stakeholders are invited to have their say on the next stage of bringing Birkdale Community Precinct to life.
Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said Council remained committed to continuing thorough and effective engagement on the creation of Redlands Coast’s most encompassing and diverse community precinct.
“Birkdale Community Precinct is the largest community precinct project ever delivered by Council – it has lots of moving parts and it is essential we keep the community informed and able to have their input throughout all stages of its rollout,” Cr Williams said.
“Council resolved in August last year to prepare a Local Government Infrastructure Designation (LGID) for Birkdale Community Precinct, with the final Birkdale Community Precinct Master Plan subsequent LGID consultation strategy endorsed by Council on 15 March 2023.
“An LGID is the statutory planning process required to deliver Birkdale Community Precinct – it is an important step in continuing to respect, protect and enhance the site’s cultural, heritage and environmental assets.”
Cr Williams said Council is calling for public submissions on the LGID documents for Birkdale Community Precinct from Friday 21 April to Monday 22 May 2023.
“Consultation on the Birkdale Community Precinct LGID follows two rounds of earlier community consultation that informed the development of both the Vision and final Birkdale Community Precinct Master Plan,” she said.
“The Birkdale Community Precinct LGID will ensure that precinct-wide land use and activity rights have been established in accordance with the conceptual spatial layout and design principles to reflect the values and aspirations of our community and stakeholders that are incorporated in the Master Plan.”
To view the LGID documents and to make a submission (by Monday 22 May 2023) visit Council’s Your Say site at: yoursay.redland.qld.gov.au/imagine