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« Reply #40 on: October 16, 2015, 05:16:25 PM »
The pedestrian improvements in the front of the Convention Centre through Broadbeach North and to Main Place should have been in place when the light rail opened.

The station is currently accessible from both ends from the east side, but only from the northern end from the west.  What happens is you get people walking down the highway and across the tracks anyway.  This would at least encourage people to cross safely.

I swear sometimes the concept of "line of least resistance" is lost on the people who design access - maybe the PTIM needs to be updated to emphasis it more.  When you are walking to Broadbeach South from Pac Fair, you can see where everybody has gone off the path and straight over the (obliterated) turf because they have no intention of walking out of their way just to follow the pavement for its own sake, or because there is a signalised crossing of the one-lane, one-way, low-speed bus access road.
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« Reply #41 on: October 26, 2015, 05:54:11 AM »
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« Reply #42 on: October 26, 2015, 10:25:52 AM »
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« Reply #43 on: November 06, 2015, 08:21:31 AM »
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« Reply #44 on: November 10, 2015, 06:46:07 AM »
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« Reply #45 on: November 10, 2015, 10:04:21 AM »
Gold Coast Bulletin --> Traffic mayhem: Six high rises and $2 billion worth of development in Surfers Paradise

All within a 5 minute walk of G:Link Surfers Paradise North station.  :bna:

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« Reply #46 on: November 10, 2015, 10:13:11 AM »
And even closer to a bus route which runs every 15 minutes or better if they are rail-phobic.
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« Reply #47 on: November 10, 2015, 10:32:31 AM »
All this is partly spillover from LRT I think. Missed opportunity for land value capture.
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« Reply #48 on: November 10, 2015, 10:52:11 AM »
I wouldn't say turning a handful of titles into 2,600 ratepaying properties is a lost opportunity for value capture.  That's $304,200 per annum in City Transport Improvement Levy funds from these projects , let alone the rest of the general rates bill for each lot.
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« Reply #49 on: November 10, 2015, 11:18:57 AM »
Yes, Gold Coast City Council will be grinning, it's the State Government that's missing out. lol.  :bg:

LRT will no doubt increase the land values in the entire area, also possibly wider areas as the improved bus connections will factor as well...
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« Reply #50 on: November 11, 2015, 12:29:32 PM »
State Government is not missing out either.  Stamp duties, etc.

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« Reply #51 on: November 11, 2015, 03:30:36 PM »
^ Probably next to no land tax though.  The taxable threshold for companies, trustees and natural persons not resident in Queensland is a taxable value of $350,000 for all land held by the entity (which is based on the unimproved valuations held by DNRM for preceding years).

Lots in a strata scheme don't have their own valuation - the common property has one which is apportioned based on lot entitlements. 

Most small lots generally wouldn't have a taxable value exceeding even the absentee threshold, let alone the natural person in Queensland threshold which is $600,000.  The only way you would probably get land tax from units is from investors with multiple properties who are too lazy or uninformed to set up a trust or company to hold each asset individually.
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« Reply #53 on: November 14, 2015, 06:47:26 AM »
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« Reply #54 on: November 24, 2015, 03:40:27 PM »
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« Reply #55 on: November 26, 2015, 06:04:22 AM »
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« Reply #56 on: December 15, 2015, 06:40:58 PM »
http://at.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/link/cd2358642cae8128ddf86a04aef68036?domain

Hope that link works - lifted from Facebook. Its called "The apprentice mechanic who engineered the Coast’s biggest spare parts business" if it doesn't.

Its about the wrecking yard at West Burliegh being resumed for the Heavy Rail to Coolangatta. Apparently he got a letter in 2003 saying get ready to hand it over. Suddenly 12 years later the actual resumption has started.

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« Reply #57 on: December 28, 2015, 12:02:27 PM »
http://translink.com.au/travel-information/service-notices/68581/details

Buses on the Gold Coast - Delays up to 60 mins

Last updated: 11.57am Monday 28 December 2015

Buses travelling in both directions throughout the general Gold Coast area are currently experiencing delays of up to 60 minutes due to heavy traffic conditions.
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« Reply #59 on: February 02, 2016, 11:04:16 AM »
http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/changes-to-car-ownership-a-challenge-to-growing-cities-futurist-20160201-gmj2ai.html
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« Reply #60 on: February 02, 2016, 11:05:34 AM »
^ From December 2015, but interesting article:

Gold Coast Bulletin --> WRECKER SITE SALE FOR RAIL LINK

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A CONFIDENTIAL multi-million deal will see the landmark Gold Coast Auto Wreckers at Reedy Creek cleared to enable fast forwarding of the light and heavy rail connection to Coolangatta.

After a 13-year battle with the State Government, owner Will Smith brought in a team of consultants to help negotiate with government, leading to a settlement on four of five blocks on his 5ha site.

Mr Smith will keep the iconic house with the pink FX Holden peeking through the first floor but in the next nine months is required to move 5000 car bodies from the site, considered the biggest wrecking yard on Australia’s east coast.

The future route for light and heavy rail is behind the house and the private property until now proved to be the last stumbling block in clearing the way for trams and trains to Coolangatta from the Varsity Lakes rail station.

As consultation began earlier this month on five options, including the southern connection, Turnbull Government bureaucrats met with the city council to discuss a $480-million funding commitment.

Asked yesterday if he thought the rail link would be built outside his backdoor, Mr Smith replied: “Yes, it will happen. But when? How long is a piece of string? It’s the government you are talking about.”

The State Government in March 2003 sent to a letter to Mr Smith giving “notice of intention” to resume most of his property without setting a deadline.

The auto wrecking site was one of 35 properties identified that would need to be acquired when a report in the same year was discussed by council.

Extending the line to Reedy Creek in the first stage was expected to be completed by 2008 and the Elanora connection by 2011, the council report said.

But the Government put the rail extension on the backburner for funding and it is listed on the Transport and Main Roads’ Connecting SEQ 2031 plan for delivery in that time frame.

By placing Mr Smith on notice that it would resume his site, the Government froze development on valuable land which could have been either sold or developed for an industrial estate fronting the Pacific Motorway.

Consultants estimate Mr Smith was paying at least $300,000 annually in rates and taxes while the former mechanic continued operated his spare parts business which had been a passion for more than three decades.

The 78-year-old businessman, who has kept a private profile, yesterday admitted that among the mix of emotions about dismantling the wrecker’s yard, his strongest feeling was one of melancholy.

“Let’s face it, the money I got is nice,” he said.

“But you can’t beat the memories and nostalgia of the old cars.

“I’m pretty melancholic about it.

“You can’t replace the feeling I’ve got for all this stock.

“I’ve grown up with them, mate.”

The sell-off of one of Australia’s largest and rarest collections of car wrecks will begin in the New Year, with major sales planned each weekend.

The wrecking yard is home to Kombi vans, tractors, buses and almost every vehicle on local roads since the 1950s.

Many of the rusted frames have grass and vines growing through the interiors but their value is items like bumper bars, fuel pumps and windows which collectors chase.

Some of them are regular buyers from interstate.

Mr Smith said he intended to keep a Mark Five Jaguar from the early 1950s, a 1946 Chevy ute, a 47 Ford ute and a Vanguard ute.

“I’ll be keeping my older cars – they’re collectors’ items,” he said.

“They’re part of me, mate,”
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« Reply #61 on: February 02, 2016, 11:57:38 AM »
There was something on the news over the weekend about his "open house" at the yard.
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« Reply #63 on: February 05, 2016, 01:05:31 PM »
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« Reply #64 on: February 28, 2016, 03:42:40 AM »
Gold Coast Bulletin --> A Go Card extension over the border could see a push for the light rail to travel further south
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« Reply #66 on: February 28, 2016, 08:04:18 AM »
Gold Coast Bulletin --> A Go Card extension over the border could see a push for the light rail to travel further south

Good.  It really makes no sense that the Tweed bus routes aren't already integrated - been banging on about this for ages so it's nice to see some traction finally.
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« Reply #67 on: February 28, 2016, 02:16:09 PM »
Gold Coast Bulletin --> A Go Card extension over the border could see a push for the light rail to travel further south

Good.  It really makes no sense that the Tweed bus routes aren't already integrated - been banging on about this for ages so it's nice to see some traction finally.

Integrating the Go Card system into Tweed bus services is incredibly logical — definitely should have happened ages ago. The part of the article about light rail extension to Tweed is a bit foamy though! :fo:

What are the chances of getting two states' governments on the same page about an issue? Going by the track record, I doubt that a Queensland Government-run system will be accepted by the NSW Government, unfortunately. Would be awesome if it happened but I'm seriously doubting it! :conf
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« Reply #68 on: February 28, 2016, 02:32:01 PM »
Paul Lucas was bringing this stuff up when he was minister up here, well before go card was even rolled out on the Gold Coast.

When Gladys was transport minister down south, they responded to some correspondence I sent to the effect that they were not looking at it and had no intention of doing anything.

Times appear to have changed.
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« Reply #69 on: February 28, 2016, 03:52:34 PM »
Here's hoping! :-t

It will potentially be the same zone structure, right? Just add a few more zones for NSW?

It'll also be interesting to see how they resolve the issue between now — where Surfside gets all the revenue — to when Surfside becomes a contractor of TransLink (for NSW) and the cash has to be shared!

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« Reply #70 on: February 28, 2016, 04:32:11 PM »
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What are the chances of getting two states' governments on the same page about an issue? Going by the track record, I doubt that a Queensland Government-run system will be accepted by the NSW Government, unfortunately. Would be awesome if it happened but I'm seriously doubting it!

Theoretically there should be no problem. Private companies work over state borders so I can't see why a gov't could not.
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« Reply #71 on: February 28, 2016, 08:01:57 PM »
Here's hoping! :-t

It will potentially be the same zone structure, right? Just add a few more zones for NSW?

It'll also be interesting to see how they resolve the issue between now — where Surfside gets all the revenue — to when Surfside becomes a contractor of TransLink (for NSW) and the cash has to be shared!

My knowledge outside of Sydney metropolitan and outer metropolitan contracts is a bit rusty but I don't think Surfside get the revenue now (ie goes to TfNSW the same way their Qld operations pay up to TransLink).

All they would need to do is cut a deal to split the revenue which would factor in cross-border trips, where TfNSW contributes service funding into TransLink's budget and TransLink remits fare revenue back to them.
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« Reply #72 on: March 04, 2016, 11:53:00 AM »
Gold Coast Bulletin — Gold Coast council election 2016: Tom Tate commits to light rail stage III to airport


Seems that Tate is slightly sidestepping the question of which route it will take. If it involves using the M1 / preserved heavy rail corridor, I'm completely against it. Gold Coast Highway all the way is the only sensible solution. He does refer to a 'public transport spine' — if the M1 route were to be chosen then it would be a very wonky spine! Good on him for making it a promise and committing some funding… $160m is reasonable contribution for council. Then again election 'promises' are very rarely kept!
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« Reply #73 on: March 04, 2016, 12:46:50 PM »
My view on this is one of healthy skepticism.

GCCC funding was a decisive factor in getting Stage 1 online and in obtaining commitments to Stage 2 currently under procurement.  $160m is well and truly achievable as a contribution.

What I doubt is:

- His timeframe.  4 years is asking a bit much to get the whole thing done when it is not a GCCC project but just one they would be helping to fund.  The State and the other parties have no reason to dance to his tune.

- His costing.  $1.5bn odd for 20km of light rail probably isn't too far off the mark, but it would be very tight.  As more work is done that figures is likely to increase to account for things not yet accounted for.  The crossings at Tallebudgera Creek and Currumbin Creek won't be overly cheap, and will involve more disruption than the Nerang River crossing or the other viaduct sections on the current and planned routes.
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« Reply #74 on: March 04, 2016, 02:27:57 PM »
The crossings at Tallebudgera Creek and Currumbin Creek

So you think Tate's scope is to go straight down the highway...? I certainly hope it is.
If that's Tate's plan, it's interesting, as he was the one who proposed the
Gold Coast Highway–Reedy Creek Road–M1–Tugun Bypass
and Gold Coast Highway–Palm Beach Ave–M1–Stewart road ideas.
Again: any deviations from the Gold Coast Highway ANYWHERE between Broadbeach and the airport is absurd IMHO.

It would be a dream come true to have trams to the airport in 4 years, but I too have my doubts! :pfy:

I think that $1.5bn is a pretty close estimate... Stage 1 was $1.2bn for 13 km, which included a large amount of service relocations. Although longer (about 18km according to google maps) there would be nowhere near the amount of service relocations. Burleigh Heads, Tallebudgera Creek, Currumbin Hill and Currumbin Creek will add a significant cost though.
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« Reply #75 on: March 04, 2016, 05:14:40 PM »
^ Doesn't matter which alignment they use south of Palm Beach, it still has to cross Currumbin Creek somewhere - if not at the GC Hwy crossing then adjacent to the M1.  I think it's entirely open to question as to which would actually be costlier.  The route via The Pines would definitely be longer though.
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« Reply #76 on: March 08, 2016, 07:59:12 AM »
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« Reply #78 on: April 06, 2016, 12:38:57 PM »
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Deputy Premier, Minister for Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning and Minister for Trade and Investment
The Honourable Jackie Trad

$1 billion hotel to boost tourism economy and support 2,700 jobs for Gold Coast

Construction has now started on a $1 billion hotel development on the Gold Coast, which will provide a significant boost to the city’s high-end tourism market and support more than 2,700 jobs during construction.

Acting Premier Jackie Trad and Minister for Tourism Kate Jones today joined representatives from Wanda Ridong Group and Brookfield Multiplex, as they officially signed their agreement to construct the much anticipated ‘Jewel’ development in Surfers Paradise.

“This project is a billion dollar vote of confidence in the Gold Coast, and shows this regional city is well and truly open for business as an international tourism and investment destination,” Ms Trad said.

“Not only is this project great news for the Gold Coast’s tourism future, but it is set to support more than 2,700 local jobs during construction, and more than 500 post construction for ongoing operations and maintenance.

“Once opened in early 2019, the Jewel will be Australia’s largest hotel and residential complex, and such a significant investment from China’s private sector shows the value the international market places on this booming tourism hub right here in Queensland.

“We are honoured that Queensland has been chosen as the first place in the world for Wanda Group and Ridong Group to partner together and I thank them for their commitment to our state.”

Tourism Minister Kate Jones said the Jewel project would deliver a significant boost to Gold Coast tourism and tap into the lucrative high-end tourism market.

“The Gold Coast is already one of Australia’s leading tourism destinations, widely known for its natural beauty, iconic beaches and fun reputation,” Ms Jones said.

“This project will help position the Gold Coast as a destination of choice for luxury accommodation and holiday experiences, rivalling prestige destinations like Dubai’s Burj Al Arab and Iran’s Flower of the East.

“China remains Queensland’s largest market in terms of overnight visitor expenditure, recording a massive 51 per cent increase to more than $950 million last year.

“With Chinese outbound tourism expected to double by 2020 to around 200 million people, the Jewel certainly is a welcome addition to the Gold Coast to ensure we grow tourism and local jobs for the future.”

Vice President, Wanda Commercial Properties, Mr Chen Guocai, said the Jewel project would bring together the world’s largest property developer and Australia’s largest builder to create a piece of Australian architectural history.

“Jewel will be the finest residential and hotel development ever seen in Australia, with levels of luxury never previously experienced here,” Mr Chen said.

“It will be one of the world’s most instantly recognisable buildings, in one of the world’s most spectacular locations.

“Wanda is very excited to be working with Brookfield Multiplex to bring this vision to life.”

Once completed in early 2019, the Jewel’s three crystalline towers will host 512 residential apartments, a 169-suite, five-star hotel, three levels of basement parking to accommodate 816 vehicles, as well as high-end retail and dining precincts.

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« Reply #79 on: April 06, 2016, 02:04:16 PM »
^ Around 500m from Florida Gardens station on foot (350m or so as the crow flies).
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