A Gold Coast group is fighting back after news broke of a proposal to build twin towers at the Spit.
Sunland has applied to complete the $600 million development, its application will be considered by Council in December.
Save our Broadwater’s Kate Matthews had a message for City Councillors who are considering ignoring height restrictions and warnings from planning officers.
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As well the ASF Consortium’s been given permission by the Queensland Government to do a design for a resort and casino development south of Sea World.
And Tony Fung has indicated he would like to purchase the Sheraton Mirage and give it a face lift, which could include increasing its height.
Ms Matthews said more than 2,000 have so far signed their petition calling for three-storey height restrictions to be obeyed.
They are chasing 3,000 signatures and were averaging about 100 a day.
You can sign the petition by clicking here.