Indigiscapes talk to be held on SEQ Regional Plan

DRAFT PLAN: Will governments protect the diminishing number of koalas in the Redlands through the draft South East Queensland Regional Plan?

DRAFT PLAN: Will governments protect the diminishing number of koalas in the Redlands through the draft South East Queensland Regional Plan?

THE State Government has released its draft South East Queensland Regional Plan which is a blueprint for where and what density of development will occur over the next 25 years.  

Redland City Council deputy mayor Wendy Boglary will be guest speaker at an information session at Redlands IndigiScapes Centre, 17 Runnymede Rd Capalaba on Sunday, February 19, at 5pm.

Cr Boglary will speak on what the plan will mean for Redlands and what impacts it may have on lifestyle values, including koalas and the natural environment.

Koala Action Group president Debbie Pointing said visitors would be able to find out how they could have their say.

“There will also be a presentation on the Toondah koala tracking project,’’ she said. “It started 10 weeks ago and is revealing some information on the behaviour and tree preferences of koalas.’’

More information is available at www.koalagroup.asn.au.

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