The Brisbane City Council has allocated more than $14.8 million for a range of services and initiatives in the Pullenvale Ward for 2020/21.
Pullenvale Ward Councillor, Greg Adermann announced funding had been secured for works across the entire Ward, despite Council having to frame a budget in challenging economic times.
“About $180 million in revenue was lost due to coronavirus, so being able to deliver as we have done is a great outcome,” he added.
Cr. Adermann said following his representations, more than $550,000 will be spent on resurfacing the worst section of Kenmore Road.
A further $506,000 will be spent on major traffic improvements at the Kenmore Road and Fig Tree Pocket Road intersection.
Just over $8 million has been allocated for resurfacing, kerbing and channelling (Kenmore and Chapel Hill), footpath reconstruction (Moggill Road, Bellbowrie), safer paths to schools (Moggill State School), congestion busting projects (Rafting Ground Road and Brookfield Road), bridges and culverts reconstruction and rehabilitation (Upper Brookfield and Kholo), upgrading and maintaining our neighbourhood and suburban parks, playground replacements, and the management of conservation reserves (Kholo).
Other major capital investments include $2.6 million to address Brisbane River erosion issues impacting the properties of residents at Illawong Way, Karana Downs, and a further $5.4 million on enhancements at the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens.
Cr. Adermann said he was proud to be part of the Schrinner administration that has again delivered for the Pullenvale Ward.
“I’m confident Council’s commitment to spend almost $15 million in my Ward over the next 12 months on a range of projects will be welcomed by the local community,” he said.
Budget highlights include:
- After strong community opposition, Council will not be proceeding with a Green Bridge between Bellbowrie and Wacol
- $2.6 million to undertake natural waterway rehabilitation and drainage construction / resilience in Illawong Way, Karana Downs
- $5.4 million ongoing enhancements at the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens
- Playground equipment in both Considen Place and Pioneer Crescent Parks, Bellbowrie will be replaced at a total cost of $306,000.
- $343,000 will be spent on upgrading the skate bowl at Booker Place Park , Bellbowrie while the Green Hill Reservoir Park at Chapel Hill will receive an $111,000 upgrade.
- More than $2.2 million to undertake road resurfacing at:
- Alana Court, Chapel Hill
- Glen Ruther Court, Mount Crosby
- Harvard Street, Kenmore
- Harvey Close, Brookfield
- Hawkesbury Road, Anstead
- Haysom Close, Chapel Hill
- Karingal Street, Kenmore
- Kenmore Road, Fig Tree Pocket
- Kenmore Road, Kenmore
- Larool Street, Kenmore
- Lyndale Road, Pullenvale
- Meagan Street, Kenmore
- Moonah Street, Chapel Hill
- Mount Coot-tha Road, Mount Coot-tha
- Narnoo Street, Chapel Hill
- Oolyie Close, Chapel Hill
- Pearra Place, Chapel Hill
- Priors Pocket Road, Moggill
- Pulas Place, Bellbowrie
- Sachs Court, Kenmore
- Shield Court, Mount Crosby
- Star Place, Chapel Hill
- Sylvania Court, Kenmore
- Wirra Street, Chapel Hill
- Yanum Place, Chapel Hill