PPNQ Developments has revealed details of its planned $330 million redevelopment of the Paradise Palms golf course site at Kewarra Beach in Cairns.
The Palms will include a village hub, water park, retirement village, more than 30ha of green space and 429 residential blocks.
A development application will be lodged next week.
PPNQ Developments managing director Darren Halpin said he was keen to share more detail on the masterplan with the community.
“After closing the golf course six weeks ago, it is timely and in the interest of goodwill and transparency, to provide an update of where we are at in the planning phase,” Mr Halpin said.
Mr Halpin said the overarching aim of the proposed master plan was to revitalise the site while providing the local community with economic and lifestyle opportunities as well as a greater appreciation for the surrounding environment.
Technical advisors from Brisbane-based urban design consultancy, Urbis, who have been engaged to produce the comprehensive master plan, will host a community drop-in session along with other specialist consultants .
It will be held this Thursday, May 16 from 4pm to 7pm at The Palms Clubhouse.