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Shore Street East Precinct, c.1920s (RCC Library)

Proposed major amendment to Redland City Plan (03/19 Heritage Major Amendment) - updated 26 March 2021

This website has been established to inform the community about a recent review of European heritage places in the city.

That review identified a number of heritage places representing a range of historic themes and phases relevant to the European settlement history of Redlands Coast.

These places are currently under consideration for entry onto Council’s Local Heritage Register (Schedule 7 – Heritage Schedule of the Redland City Plan) as part of the 03/19 Heritage Major Amendment. You can access the Local Heritage Register here to see what places are currently included.

As outlined in the project timeline, Council completed a round of public consultation on the proposed major amendment as required by the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 and the process identified in the Minister’s Guidelines and Rules under the Planning Act 2016. The consultation period ran from 12 October 2020 to 4 December 2020, with 37 submissions being received.

Council officers, with the assistance of a heritage consultant, have since reviewed the submissions and recently provided a public consultation report for consideration by Council on 17 March 2021. The consultation process identified necessary updates to some of the citations with 45 properties remaining for nomination on the Local Heritage Register.

More information, including the reasons for the proposed entry are detailed in the individual updated site cards for each property, which can be found in the Amended Citations for Proposed Local Heritage Places.

On 17 March Council agreed to adopt the public submission review report and progress the proposed major amendment by asking the State Government for approval to add the identified places to the Local Heritage Register.

Council also resolved to consider a range of potential heritage incentives that could be put in place to support owners of properties identified for inclusion in Schedule 7 – Heritage Schedule of the Redland City Plan.

Council has also taken the step to adopt Temporary Local Planning Instrument 01/21 – Protection of Heritage Places (the TLPI) to protect the heritage features of the 45 properties nominated for inclusion to provide protection from the adverse impacts of future development. In practice, the TLPI will remain in effect until Council makes a decision on whether to adopt and commence the major amendment. You can access the TLPI here.


Proposed major amendment to Redland City Plan (03/19 Heritage Major Amendment) - updated 26 March 2021

This website has been established to inform the community about a recent review of European heritage places in the city.

That review identified a number of heritage places representing a range of historic themes and phases relevant to the European settlement history of Redlands Coast.

These places are currently under consideration for entry onto Council’s Local Heritage Register (Schedule 7 – Heritage Schedule of the Redland City Plan) as part of the 03/19 Heritage Major Amendment. You can access the Local Heritage Register here to see what places are currently included.

As outlined in the project timeline, Council completed a round of public consultation on the proposed major amendment as required by the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 and the process identified in the Minister’s Guidelines and Rules under the Planning Act 2016. The consultation period ran from 12 October 2020 to 4 December 2020, with 37 submissions being received.

Council officers, with the assistance of a heritage consultant, have since reviewed the submissions and recently provided a public consultation report for consideration by Council on 17 March 2021. The consultation process identified necessary updates to some of the citations with 45 properties remaining for nomination on the Local Heritage Register.

More information, including the reasons for the proposed entry are detailed in the individual updated site cards for each property, which can be found in the Amended Citations for Proposed Local Heritage Places.

On 17 March Council agreed to adopt the public submission review report and progress the proposed major amendment by asking the State Government for approval to add the identified places to the Local Heritage Register.

Council also resolved to consider a range of potential heritage incentives that could be put in place to support owners of properties identified for inclusion in Schedule 7 – Heritage Schedule of the Redland City Plan.

Council has also taken the step to adopt Temporary Local Planning Instrument 01/21 – Protection of Heritage Places (the TLPI) to protect the heritage features of the 45 properties nominated for inclusion to provide protection from the adverse impacts of future development. In practice, the TLPI will remain in effect until Council makes a decision on whether to adopt and commence the major amendment. You can access the TLPI here.


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