The consortium behind a proposed A$3 billion (US$2.3 billion) casino resort in Brisbane has been forced to re-draft its plans for the bridge that connects South Bank to the casino, The Australian reports.
Plans for the A$100 million public access bridge, set to be called the “Neville Bonner Bridge’’ was sent back after it was revealed that it led close to an entrance of the casino’s gaming floor.
Revised plans for the bridge now has it landing where most of the retail outlets are situated.
Final plans for the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane integrated resort, will be submitted to the state government within weeks. It is being developed through a joint venture between The Star, Chow Tai Fook and Far East Consortium.