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Council to nut out bushland block

FUTURE SAFE: The site at McMillan Road, Alexandra Hills.
Nanjing Night Net

THE community will have a say on the future of an Alexandra Hills bushland block on Tuesday.

TheMcMillan Road site was bought by the Redland City Council in 2010for $1.15 million from the state government.

The land was transferred to the Redland Investment Corporation, paving the way for its possible sale.

In January, it was returned to council after a dispute over its future.

Cr Tracey Huges said she wanted residents to share their ideas for the land at a community meeting next week.

The meeting will be held onsite at 61 McMillan Road, Alexandra Hills from 5pm on Tuesday September 20,.

Cr Huges said the meeting was a chancefor residents to voice their ideas for the site, which is proposed to be re-zoned as a conservation reserve.

“Following a resolution by council last year, the plan is for 61 McMillan Road to be kept in council ownership and maintained as bushland habitat,” she said.

“This site has been ear-marked for re-zoning from urban residential to conservation land in our new City Plan, which will need to be finalised and adopted before any work can begin.

“While this process is not yet complete, I would like to hear people’s ideas for the site now so we have a plan of attack once the rezoning is finalised.

“At our meeting on Tuesday, we will discuss the naming of the site, as well as setting up a steering committee to be part of further engagement for this land.

“I encourage people to join me and council officers on site.”

People unable to attend can give feedback to Cr Huges by calling 0427 734 214 or [email protected]论坛

Council bought the 9415 square metre blockusing funds from the environmental levy fund.

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