Who will? Williams Will

  • We’ve achieved a lot but there’s still more to be done

    People often ask what Council has achieved over the past four years.  This brief snapshot below gives a summary of just some of the items myself and supportive Councillors have delivered and what I have planned for the next four years.

    14 Mar 2016 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • My Seven Pledges

    In 2012 I made six pledges to turn the Redlands around.  All of those pledges have been delivered.  Read on to see what I have pledged to continue my vision for the Redlands.

    08 Mar 2016 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • Letter to Editor (Redland City Bulletin)

    The opposition mayoral candidate forwarded a 'Letter to the Editor', which was published in this weeks Redland City Bulletin.  This is my reply to the paper to set the record straight.

    18 Feb 2016 - (2) Comments - continue reading

  • Video list of achievements

    Here's a short video showing a ist of achievements over the past four years as Redlands Mayor.


    11 Feb 2016 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • My Survey Results Are In!

    The results from my recent survey are in. If you haven't received my email newsletter this morning that contained those results, you can now read it online here

    06 Oct 2015 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • Newsletter - Monday 17th August 2015

    This weeks Council update includes information about my recent city-wide survey, a Commonwealth Games liaison committee, the Straddie transition from mining, Mayoral Prayer breakfast and repairs at Straddie Gorge.

    17 Aug 2015 - (1) Comments - continue reading

  • Get The Facts - State Act Dictates Development Fees

    A social media report suggesting that Redland City Council has granted a developer a 96 per cent fee “discount” is grossly misleading and ignores significant facts, including Council’s obligations under the Local Government Act.

    02 Dec 2014 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • State Controlled Roads

    Did you know that Council and State governments both control roads within Redland City? This often causes confusion on who is responsible for maintenance such as potholes, linemarking and traffic control signals on those roads.

    02 Jul 2013 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • Council Budget Delivers for SMBI Residents

    Redland City Council will effectively neutralise the financial impact of new TransLink services for the majority Southern Moreton Bay Island residents as part of its 2013-14 Budget.

    27 Jun 2013 - (0) Comments - continue reading

  • Road Maintenance Program to be Reinstated

    The State Government has responded to pressure from Redland City Council and local MPs and will reinstate its aesthetic maintenance program for State-controlled roads.

    25 Jun 2013 - (0) Comments - continue reading