Regardless of a council resolution to reject it as a feasible site for the Gold Coast’s second casino, Carey Recreation area at Southport is again shaping up as the utmost likely location for a so-called Global Tourism Hub on the Gold Coast.
A secret list outlining potential sites for the controversial project is circulating simply because Gold Coast Town Council’s Arranging Committee today voted to successfully wash its hands of the project, trained with has no true say in where it might end up.
Carey Recreation area was disendorsed by Total Council just as one modern casino site in October this past year, towards “privately owned land somewhere else in the town”.
Nonetheless, it appears the state government may be looking at the recreation area as a spot for the Hub, though it does not have the council’s support.
In today’s Planning conference, Southport Councillor Dawn Crichlow referenced a confidential list from the state of possible places for the Hub when she asked if the park’s heritage listing would prevent an internet casino from being constructed there.
Committee seat Cameron Caldwell replied, “Zero”.
“We’ve received an upgrade on the state’s procedure for the sites it’s thinking about potentially placing out to the marketplace,” Mr. Caldwell admitted to 9NEWS.
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THE LOOK Committee today also voted to butt out from the project, declining an offer from the state government to co-brand any announcements related to it.
“This is circumstances government process;.. it’s prematurily . for us to become involved,” Mr. Caldwell said.
“It’s up to (the state) to run the procedure.