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Redland Bay South – Second Urban Growth Area for SEQ


The State Government has announced a new suburb at Southern Redland Bay has been selected as the site to accelerate land supply in South East Queensland.

‘Shoreline’ – Part of the Redland Bay South Growth Area

The site is the second to be selected by the new Growth Areas Delivery Team, who were formed as a task force to promptly investigate the potential land for future urban development in South East Queensland.

Once of the main aims is to ensure infrastructure and affordable housing is included within the rise in population growth.

Steven Miles, Minister for Planning outlined previously in the announcement of the Caboolture West growth area that the first priority of the new team was to located sites allowing the state and local governments to work together with private industry and utility providers to support future housing needs.

“Our strong health response to the COVID-19 pandemic has people moving to Queensland in droves”.

“This has put pressure on available land supply. That’s why, earlier this year I announced the Growth Areas Team, to help accelerate development and address land supply challenges to cater for Queensland’s booming population”.

“The Growth Areas Team has identified Southern Redland Bay as a priority growth area to accelerate land supply in South East Queensland”.

“The project will unlock growth, housing choice and affordability, as part of Queensland’s COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan,” Mr Miles said.

The Queensland Government is co-investing with Lendlease in the staged delivery of the $30 million wastewater treatment plant.

Ms Kim Richards, Member for Redlands outlined that construction of a new wastewater management plant to service the Southern Redland Bay area will begin soon.

“Our Government’s $15 million investment will mean we are able to continue to meet the demand of the growing Redlands population

“Initial works at the plant will support around 30 direct jobs and 49 indirect construction jobs, helping with our regions economic recovery.

“Investing in essential infrastructure is part of Queensland’s COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan,” she said.

The Deputy Premier outlined that the State Government is investing $15 million in loan funding from the government’s Building Acceleration Fund, part of the flagship $3.34 billion Queensland Jobs Fund.

“As well as servicing the broader Southern Redland Bay area, the plant will service Lendlease’s master planned community ‘Shoreline’, as well”.

“Investing in this essential infrastructure will allow for the construction of up to 3000 residential dwellings, a town centre, potential primary school, and community and sports facilities”.

“The infrastructure funding will also unlock an additional 2000 lots outside the master planned community”.

“Initial works will support around 30 direct jobs and 49 indirect construction jobs, helping with our regions economic recovery”.

“Lendlease anticipates over 662 construction jobs and supply chain jobs will be generated per annum over the 20-year development lifecycle of Southern Redland Bay”.

“The construction of the plant responds to growth challenges in SEQ and provides infrastructure that will help to unlock land and provide for population growth,” Mr Miles said.

The Deputy Premier outlined the Growth Areas program is currently focused on a number of local government areas to accelerate land supply.

“The Growth Areas Team, along with Economic Development Queensland, has been hard at work partnering with local governments, industry and the utilities sector to accelerate land supply in SEQ”.

“Work has swiftly identified the infrastructure and funding necessary in the region to support the Government’s economic recovery plan, to create more jobs and development”.

“The program’s first pilot site, within a neighbourhood precinct of Caboolture West, is on target to deliver 3,000 lots to market”.

“This will complement an additional 3,091 residential lots recently approved in the Aura development within the Caloundra South PDA. These approvals will provide much needed land for new homes in the Sunshine Coast community,” he said

Stage 1 works are expected to start late 2021 with the  wastewater treatment plant to be operated and maintain by Redland City council.

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Source: Information, Drawings and Images
All article information is sourced and available for review from linked referenced locations.
– Media Statement: Infrastructure funding to unlock land supply in SEQ
– Information: Land supply and growth challenges in SEQ and Shaping SEQ
– Images: Redland City Council – have your say on Shoreline
– Interactive Image: Google Article and Streetview

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