19th October, 2016 – West End Festival Forums – West End Community House will host three open air forums in the early evenings of the last week in October at the much loved People’s Park in Boundary Street. Find the program here.
16th September, 2016 – Greening West End on Park(ing) Day, in Sussex St, with residents of Tangara retirement village together with Alvin Kirby and Michelle Kirby-Brown, co-creators of the Green Space Strategy for 4101, and Kurilpa Futures.
- Sussex Street Greening West received a Highly Commended award for this work. Well done to all who participated and made it such a great day.
16th August, 2016 – Kurilpa Futures Group Submission to the Deputy Premier re her proposed ‘Call In’ of the BCC’s approval for the West Village development.
1st August, 2016 – Green Space Strategy for 4101 – Presentation and Workshop
||Guest Speaker: John Mongard, local landscape architect, explores ways to activate the Green Space Strategy for 4101.|
18th June, 2016 – New Park for Thomas St ,West End – As part of the Green Space Strategy for the Kurilpa Peninsular, proposed by John Mongard and his team, this design for the new park on the corner of Thomas and Vulture St has been put forward after consultation with the local community and with the aid of WECA.
2nd June, 2016 – Shaping SEQ – Thought Leadership Series with Jackie Trad and the EDO – Kurilpa Futures’ considerations: KF Outline of Regional Scale Issues and Proposed Plan Preparation Arrangements for New West EndPeninsula Plan
31st May, 2016 – The LNP Brisbane City Council has always indicated that the 4101 community supported the South Brisbane Riverside Neighbourhood Plan. See some facts associated with the establishment of the current plan: Fact Sheet SBRNP
29th April, 2016 – Green Space Strategy for 4101 – Updated version – Prepared by local landscape architects John Mongard, Gavin Hardy, Alvin Kirby and Michelle Kirby-Brown.
18th March, 2016 – Shadowing of large buildings can be of considerable concern. These diagrams of the recently approved Development of the “Absoe” site along West End’s Boundary and Mollison Streets show the effect that these buildings will have on the local area, especially on Wilson and Little Jane Streets.