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Email newsletter Friday, 9 September 2022

Dear residents, I feel like there’s been more than enough talk about the Queen’s passing lately, so all I’ll say on that front is that it’s disappointing how much racism and abuse has been directed...

High Density Development Proposal for St Vincent’s Private Hospital at Kangaroo Point

St Vincent’s Private Hospital at Kangaroo Point is applying for council approval to develop large residential high rise towers on their hospital site.  Even if you don’t live around this part of Ka...

Email newsletter Wednesday, 31 August 2022

Dear neighbours, Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve successfully generated more media coverage regarding the number of abandoned, long-term vacant investment properties and our calls for housing ...

Email newsletter Friday, 12 August 2022

Current as of 12 August, 2022 - please note that some of the info in these newsletters (especially event listings) can go out of date quite quickly   Dear residents, It’s been a while since my last...

What should go in the new South Brisbane pocket park at the corner of Grey St and Melbourne St?

Did you know that as part of the Brisbane Metro project, we’re getting a new pocket park in South Brisbane? A small, 1000m2 block of land at 125 Grey Street (corner of Melbourne St) is being u...

BCC Cycling Plans & Reports (East)

We recently received the following reports regarding BCC's plans for cycleway connections to the east: Eastern Active Transport Study Report Vulture Street protected bikeway proposal Bikeway Stand...

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