Residents of the Southern Gold Coast ask for a split of the & # 39; bogan & # 39; north of the city because they are tired of high-rise buildings, late-night raves and & # 39; Ferrari driving polls & # 39;
- Southern Gold Coasters believe that the north of the city is full of & # 39; Ferrari swans & # 39;
- Jim Wilson believes the area should become their own council or become a member of NSW
- Skyscrapers, music festivals and the Glitter Strip have caused controversy
The residents of the Southern Gold Coast ask for a split of the north of the city and claim to have their & # 39; fake & # 39; tendencies are tired.
A prominent lawyer who lives in the Tallebudgera Valley, Jim Wilson, said the notorious & # 39; Glitter Strip & # 39; in Surfer & # 39; s Paradise worlds apart from the & # 39; beautiful & # 39; south coast.
Wilson said plans to build high-rise buildings, the controversial Sand Tunes festival of Coolangatta and & # 39; Ferrari driving polls & # 39; ruin the lifestyle of those in the south.
Southern Gold Coasters argue for a split from the north of the city and say that areas like Surfer & # 39; s Paradise are destroying their lifestyles (pictured girls in Surfer & # 39; s Paradise)
& # 39; We have the best beaches in the world and the beautiful Currumbin and Tallebudgera valleys – it is a totally different geography and demographic compared to the bogan north, & # 39; said Wilson Courier Mail.
Wilson had previously challenged the current mayor of the Gold Coast, Tom Tate, a Ferrari driver, during the mayor elections of 2016.
& # 39; We don't want high-rise buildings and we don't want Ferrari-driving polls from the north to impose their flashy ideas about progress, & # 39; said Wilson.
Wilson also said that plans to expand the light rail to the airport have led to outrage from the locals.
After Noosa distanced himself from the Sunshine Coast Council, Wilson believes that the southern Gold Coast shires should join the Tweed Heads of NSW or form their own.
Tim Wilson, a lawyer, said that tall buildings, music festivals and & # 39; bogan & # 39; tendencies in the north of the city worlds were separate from the Southern Gold Coast
Mayor Tate defended the Gold Coast and said that if anyone had problems with the lifestyle of the city, they could just move.
& # 39; We are one of the fastest growing cities in Australia, with low unemployment, inspired by lifestyle and driven by opportunities. For those who think the grass is greener across the border – go there & # 39 ;, he said.
Katie Milne, mayor of Tweed Heads, doubted whether the Gold Coast would release its southern shires.
Wilson believes that Southerns should set up their own councils or move to Tweed Heads in NSW
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