Resident wants update on Splash Bay and shopping development

SIX months after gaining approval in council chambers, the $28 million Splash Bay water park and the $20-25 million Urangan shopping centre development have both been mentioned in the Tavistock St headquarters.

Fraser Coast resident Pamela Strongman used the public participation period of Wednesday's ordinary meeting to question the council about the two key developments.

She asked the council if Splash Bay had been approved and when construction was likely to begin to enable developers to meet the previously mentioned December opening date.

Ms Strongman also wanted to know what was happening with the Urangan Shopping Centre which will include a McDonalds.

Fraser Coast Mayor Gerard O'Connell told Ms Strongman the council might not be able to provide her with answers but took note of her questions for it to look into.



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