SHMD – Shute Harbour Marina – Queensland - Project Profile
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Shute Harbour Marina Development Pty Ltd (SHMD), a consortium formed by Crossley Group, Dandevco Pty Ltd and East Coast Civil Pty Ltd, is constructing a marina resort in Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a marina resort complex on 10ha of land.
It includes the construction of 395-berth marina and associated facilities, a resort hotel comprising 109 suites, a retirement resort comprising 70 apartments, and a managed resort with 49 lots, a cafe, restaurants, retail outlets, a cyclone shelter and an Aboriginal cultural center, parking and related facilities.
GBA Projects has been appointed as consultant.
In June 2006, SHMD submitted the initial project plans.
On December 10, 2013, the Queensland Government approved the project’s supplementary environmental impact statement (EIS).
On January 9, 2014, the Ministry of Environment, Australia gave a conditional approval.
In February 2016 the prescribed project declaration date gained an extension. In April 2016 Whitsunday Regional Council voted in support of the development lease approval.
In May 2016, project is facing opposition from local authorities due to environmental issues.
Project is facing delay due to natural climatic conditions.
The Shute Harbour Marina project involves thy construction of a marina resort on 10ha of land in Queensland, Australia.
The US$187 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a 395-berth marina
2. Construction of a five-story, 109-suite resort hotel
3. Construction of a retirement resort with 70 apartments
4. Construction of a managed resort with 49 lots
5. Construction of a cafe
6. Construction of a restaurant
7. Construction of retail outlets
8. Construction of a cyclone shelter
9. Construction of an Aboriginal cultural center
10. Construction of parking and related facilities
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