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Locals fight to stop Toondah Harbour development

The controversial $1.3 billion Toondah Harbour development at Redland Bay is awaiting environmental approvals from the Federal Government before work can begin.

The project, which has been declared a Priority Development Area, would see the building of 3,600 residential dwellings, a new port facility, ferry terminals and a 200-berth marina.

While it has the support of the state government and the local council not everyone in the area supports the project.

President of the Redland 2030 group Steve MacDonald tells Mark opponents are worried the project will be railroaded through with little regard to the environment or the local community and business.

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