Skeeta

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  1. @pushbutton You will be sad to know Lot 102 & Lot 16 (Lot 102 which was DW land) is part of the new Coomera Town Plan now and I haven't been over it with a fine tooth comb but I believe these two lot "Precinct" has a height limit of what is proposed to be built next to WWW. @GazzaThank you for the information. I'm not convinced the idea to recreate a Robina at Coomera will work. When I picture it I get flashes of a high rise ghetto.
  2. @Gazza I was being rational. Translink have said about the lightrail. "With frequent services soon to be running along the Gold Coast Light Rail Stage 2 extension to Helensvale, we won't need to run buses along the same corridor". (you will have to get off the lightrail and onto a bus at Helensvale) That whole post I was talking about side gate giving direct access to the train station. Of course I don't think the buses will be replaced by a train without direct access to DW from the station.
  3. I don’t know anything about the routes public transport take to any of the parks so is this going to be better or worse option if I was going to a park via pubic transport @Gazza?
  4. Do you want Ardent to build a single level hotel?
  5. @pushbutton Don't forget the hotel/residential project 100m south of DW/WWW might get the green light soon.
  6. I would call it a side gate entry. Original plans for the major new entry was for when DW was going to build the Town Centre many moons ago. Now DW has nothing to do with the Town Centre I don’t think the new owners would be too happy DW guest taking up their customer’s car parks. If the side gate does happen it will be for the train station. Once the light rail is finished linking Surfers to Helensvale and because Helensvale is already linked to Coomera via heavy rail you might find Surfside bus will stop servicing DW all together.
  7. Areas marked DW is also owned by DW. When DW sold Area 51 the original contract of sale included Area 52. Once DW tried to separate the land from the current Title the Queensland Government requested DW hand the land either side of the creek over to them. DW ended up only selling Area 51 to the developer taking the creek out of the transaction. (Area 52 marked in yellow) The area the Government wanted to resume is roughly marked in green. If DW was to try and add this land to a separate Title again, I can’t see why the Government wouldn’t ask for the land again. (That’s one of the things I would assume the Town Planner would be considering). Where I have written, GUM is the area DW currently grow the Gum Trees to feed the koalas.
  8. If that is the case then I wonder why DW have been advertising for a project manager. In March I came across this one " Based on site at Dreamworld, we have a rare opportunity to join the ... Preparation of tender/ contract documentation " Only a few weeks ago I came across this one.
  9. . In early 2017 Ardent initiated a process to review its 2015 Master Plan for the Dreamworld precinct. Dreamworld is located on prime real estate adjacent to the new Coomera town centre and core infrastructure. This review is considering a number of important factors including: (i) the impact of recent events at Dreamworld; (ii) the feasibility of rezoning parts of the site for alternate uses; and (iii) analysis of the existing Dreamworld footprint to identify potential opportunities for unlocking value. As part of this review Ardent has appointed a town planner to assess the feasibility of rezoning parts of the precinct. Ardent has, and will continue to, engage with third party developers to discuss potential development opportunities and timing for any redevelopment within the precinct. Notwithstanding the review of the Master Plan, Ardent will continue to invest in Dreamworld to facilitate its recovery and ensure it remains one of the Gold Coast’s key tourist attractions. (Taken from Ardent ASX release) Does "Notwithstanding" mean if Ardent will make more money from developing the land and closing DW they will go that way? We also know DW were looking at a 3rd party developer to build a hotel before the events of last year. Maybe DW are looking at going down that path again.
  10. Why are we talking about this here? Are you trying to say something?
  11. Sorry I forgot the ? I was asking you a question.
  12. A off the cuff comment to Push that ended up going around in circles had to be stopped.
  13. Thanks. I just did the quickest flick in history and came across a few reasons why the contract can stop without even getting into it. Universal (unlikely) but possible might not even take the next option to extend the contract. So, we don’t go around in circles. I already know what’s going on with SDSC and it’s not Harry Potter. I’m just trying to make a point, nothing is plain and simple. 3 years ago, I would have laughed at you if you told me MW would build a hyper. If MW can buy a hyper then a RMC ride also would have to be possible in an Australian park.