Article Tag: Gold Coast

URBAN HERITAGE WALKS IN A RAPIDLY CHANGING CITY: TENSIONS BETWEEN PRESERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT ON THE GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA

This article examines the emergence of urban heritage walks on the Gold Coast, Australia. As a popular beachside mass tourism destination, the Gold Coast has a longstanding reputation for rapid […]

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Journal article

Source

Taylor and Francis: 2020

Authors

Cantillon , Zelmarie (Author)

The role as an inter-urban break (IUB) is directed at achieving a number of strategic directions for SEQ set out in the SEQ Regional Plan. The IUB acts to limit […]

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Internal paper

Source

Queensland Department of Local Government and Planning : 2011

Authors

Zheng, John (Author)

The purpose of the Local Growth Management Strategy (LGMS) is to provide detailed guidance on the preferred nature and timing of development within the Gold Coast Urban Footprint and to […]

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Report

Source

Gold Coast City Council: 2007

This appraisal of currently available regional Scenic Amenity mapping for the Gold Coast has been undertaken to demonstrate applicability of the Scenic Amenity methodology developed by the Regional Landscape Strategy […]

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Report

Source

Gold Coast City Council: 2006

Authors

Preston, Robert (Author)

The importance of Scenic Amenity to the quality of life and prosperity of the Gold Coast is recognised by the South East Queensland Regional Plan, which identifies Scenic Amenity as […]

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Report

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Gold Coast City Council: 2006