Caloundra plans

Maroochy Weekly - - NEWS / OPINION -

SO TRUE is the ar­ti­cle by Kim Davis and yet few peo­ple within Caloundra can take the time to com­ment on a master plan pro­duced by coun­cil that in­cludes ac­quir­ing in­ner-city prop­er­ties and park­land to de­velop within the next five to 10 years.

Let’s hope your home is not de­val­ued and then ac­quired by coun­cil to al­low the new wave of devel­op­ment (in the com­mu­nity hall area and ad­ja­cent park­land or as it used to be named the se­nior ci­ti­zens hall)) as a tran­sit cen­tre while the cur­rent tran­sit cen­tre is on-sold to de­vel­op­ers for high-rise unit ac­com­mo­da­tion.

There is noth­ing fair for ei­ther the res­i­dents who will be un­able to re­lo­cate within the five–10-year time frame or the com­mu­nity who are los­ing more fa­cil­i­ties, in­clud­ing our pre­cious park­land.

Why not re­de­velop the cur­rent tran­sit cen­tre that is per­fectly lo­cated to sup­ply busi­ness to Bul­cock St and our in­ner-city beaches?

— Mau­reen Beer,

Caloundra

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