Planned burn scheduled – Friday 14 August 2020

Redland City Council’s Parks and Conservation unit will undertake a hazard reduction burn in a section of bushland within the Emu Street Bushland Refuge on Friday 14 August 2020, weather conditions permitting. The location of the burn area is 58 Hillcrest Road, Sheldon – highlighted in yellow on the map. The purpose of the burn  Continue reading...
Redland City Council
12 Aug 2020
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Recycled tyres drive change at Birkdale Recycling and Waste Centre

An innovative tyre recycling program is driving change at Birkdale Recycling and Waste Centre. Council is working with road construction company RPQ Group to use crumbed rubber blended bitumen to resu…
Redland City Council
11 Aug 2020
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Island recycling and waste centres now accept asbestos materials

Redlands Coast island residents and commercial customers are now permitted to dispose of asbestos-containing materials, fibro and cement sheeting materials at their local recycling and waste centres. …
Redland City Council
11 Aug 2020
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Have your say on Beth Boyd Park upgrades

Have your say on Beth Boyd Park upgrades

Redland City Council is inviting the Redlands Coast community to have a say on the upgrade of Thorneside’s Beth Boyd Park.
Redland City Council
7 Aug 2020
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EKKA Redlands Coast Public Holiday Closures for 10 August, 2020

EKKA Redlands Coast Public Holiday Closures for 10 August, 2020

Council Offices & Customer Service Centres Redland City Council offices and customer service centres will be closed on Monday 10 August 2020, returning to regular operating hours on Tuesday 11 Aug…
Redland City Council
7 Aug 2020
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Charlie Buckler Sportsfield car park upgrade underway

Redland City Council has commenced construction on an $800,000 upgrade to the car park at Charlie Buckler Sportsfield on Boundary Road, Redland Bay.
Redland City Council
6 Aug 2020
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Council supports Covid-19 urban planning flexibility – not unintended legacies.

Redland City Council will not opt into state government Covid-19 planning regulation changes, for now, saying the Redland City Plan already aligns well with the majority of proposed changes.
Redland City Council
5 Aug 2020
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Council to speak up at 124th LGAQ Conference

Council to speak up at 124th LGAQ Conference

Redland City Council will use October’s Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ) conference to advocate for several key issues on behalf of the community, including encouraging more respectfu…
Redland City Council
5 Aug 2020
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Russell Island botanical garden a step closer

Russell Island botanical garden a step closer

Russell Island residents are a step closer to having their own botanical garden after Redland City Council today resolved to enter into a three-year trustee lease with the State Government over about …
Redland City Council
5 Aug 2020
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