Main Beach Association petition to the Queensland State Government regarding a Master Plan for The Spit.
The Spit provides a unique area that has the most varied recreational activities on the Gold Coast. These activities co-exist with tourists, high-class accommodation, quality shopping, dining, Sea World Theme Park, and marine orientated businesses.
To protect this area for future generations we are asking the Queensland State Government to develop and implement a community driven Master Plan that will embrace the best of The Spit, as well as allowing for appropriate development and increased recreational tourist and recreational facilities together with a long term integrated traffic plan.
The State Member of Parliament has agreed to table this petition in the Queensland Parliament. It is up to us to provide him with a strongly supported petition.
This petition can be signed by any person who is a Citizen of Australia residing in Queensland regardless of age. Privacy of people who sign is protected as the names, addresses, etc. are not published on-line.
Please follow these instructions to support the petition for a Master Plan for The Spit
1. Click on this link http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/work-of-assembly/petitions/e-petitions OR go to Queensland Government Petitions and go to Current e-petitions
2. Click on the text "Creation and Implementation of a community driven Master Plan for The Spit, Gold Coast."
3. Where it says "Do you wish to sign this E-Petition?" click on "yes".
4. Click on "Accept the conditions of use"
5. Fill in details including the numbers shown. Make sure you click the box where it says "I confirm that the details above are true and correct." Then click "Submit"
To make the petition a success please pass it onto your family, friends, networks and business contacts.
Together we can make this the most successful petition ever seen in the Queensland Parliament and get the State Government to move forward on a Master Plan for The Spit.
Thank you for your help.
The Main Beach Association
P.S. To find out why this petition is so important and topical click on the link below to go an article that appeared in the Gold Coast Bulletin on Friday 5th August 2016: