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Brisbane mega-suburb gets final green light

Tony Moore reports in the Brisbane Times (10.12.14): ‘About 15 residents from Upper Kedron and The Gap sat in Brisbane City Council’s public gallery last night to witness Brisbane’s newest – and perhaps its most controversial – suburb come to life. Five minutes after a scheduled dinner break from 7pm – to 8pm, councillors voted 14 to 6 to approve the first two stages of a 10-stage, 980-home residential development on Leavitt Road, near Upper Kedron.’

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