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2021/22 BUDGET – PULLENVALE WARD

Lord Mayor, Adrian Schrinner, promised his Council’s 2021/22 Budget would be one for the suburbs and he has delivered. About 86% of this year’s budget will be spent on infrastructure such as roads, footpaths, bikeways, and playgrounds in the suburbs. I’m pleased to advise funding has been approved for a number of projects in the …

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MOGGILL VILLAGE OPENING

The growth and potential of the Bellbowrie and Moggill communities has been recognised through the opening of the new Moggill Village Shopping Centre today. Pullenvale Ward Councillor Greg Adermann thanked Consolidated Properties for investing $45 million to build the new centre – the first of its type to be delivered in the local area since …

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ANSTEAD BUSHLAND CONSULTATION

Pullenvale Ward Councillor, Greg Adermann has announced Brisbane City Council’s intention to develop a high-level concept plan for a diverse range of nature-based recreation activities and facilities within the Anstead Bushland Reserve. Cr. Adermann said the concept plan would identify low impact outdoor locations for future recreation opportunities and visitor facilities, and demonstrate how the …

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SIX LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS SECURE FUNDING FOR LOCAL PROJECTS

Pullenvale Ward Councillor Greg Adermann has announced six community groups have been awarded more than $67,000 in Brisbane City Council grants for local environmental projects. The grants were allocated as part of the Lord Mayor’s Community Sustainability and Environmental Program. Cr Adermann said Moggill Creek Catchment Management Group, Cubberla-Witton Catchments Network, Burns Parade Bushcare Group, Sutling Street …

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LOCAL GROUPS BENEFIT FROM COVID-19 FUNDING

Brisbane City Council has provided almost $90,000 to assist community, cultural and sport and recreation clubs in the Pullenvale Ward to help them rebuild and re-commence services to residents after the coronavirus pandemic.  The funds were made available through the Lord Mayor’s COVID-19 Assistance Programme for groups leasing a Council owned or managed community facility to help cover …

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Brisbane’s Off-Road Cycling Strategy

Cycling in Brisbane is booming, so Brisbane City Council is working with the community to find locations for a range of new facilities across the suburbs as part of its Off-road Cycling Strategy. Environment, Parks and Sustainability Chair Fiona Cunningham said the strategy would guide future investment in off-road cycling facilities in a way that …

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PROTECTING OUR WILDLIFE ON ROADS

I was recently contacted by a local resident asking about technology designed to reduce wildlife being killed on roads. I made some enquiries and can confirm that there are ‘virtual fencing devices deployed along a section of Gap Creek Road, Kenmore Hills. This technology is being trialled across an area extending from the corner of …

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