An artist's impression of part of Sekisui's Yaroomba development. Photo Contributed
An artist's impression of part of Sekisui's Yaroomba development. Photo Contributed Contributed

LETTER: Let Sekisui show us what they can do

REGARDING Bill Hoffman's Sekisui article in (Daily, 17/5).

For those who are not aware, this parcel of land is already approved for hundreds of apartments in multi-level buildings.

Why would the various noisy minority, anti-development groups not go along to have their say in a re-design of this development?

With their input we may even get a project which is better than the current approval.

There is only one reason why they will not participate in these forums.

It is because they are not interested in progress in any of its forms.

Developments like these (like the adjacent Hyatt Coolum Resort was before Clive stuffed it up) are the ones that will lift the Sunny Coast to another level of prosperity and liveability.

They also create huge numbers of jobs both during construction and into the future.

Give Sekisui a chance to show you what they can do for Yaroomba.

You might be pleasantly surprised.

Or you can stick your heads in the sand and put up with what you get.

JOHN GOULTER

Yaroomba


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