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Sea World has submitted a letter of objection against the Mariners Cove development on the Gold Coast designed by Zaha Hadid Architects.
The theme park resort claims the proposed $600 million twin tower complex, which includes 370 apartments, a boutique hotel and a total of 808 car parks, will contribute an “extreme” traffic load to the area.
The Gold Coast Bulletin speculated the development had slight majority support from Gold Coast city councillors but this objection from Sea World could cause some support to be withdrawn.
In its objection, Sea World included a traffic report from its consultants, which alleged developer Sunland’s traffic report had not accurately assessed the peak holiday traffic load.
Sea World’s traffic engineers GTA Consultants believe the level of traffic caused by the development would be “high to extreme.” […]