The development will be built at 1 Lilla St at Woody Point, on the Redcliffe Peninsula, overlooking the remains of the Gayundah. Moreton Bay Regional Council approved the development at its October 3 meeting. But not all neighbours are happy about it. The building, which will be 27m high, will include eight four-bedroom units, three three-bedroom units and 22 car parks. An application for a development at the site, owned by Helen Enborisoff, was first lodged in 2004 by AEV Architects.