Community Conversations

If you have a genuine concern that is not list here please email us at kurilpafuturesgroup@gmail.com and we will add it to our list.

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Community Conversation – On the 6th December members of the community dropped in to share your thoughts on the Kurilpa Master Plan. As part of that process you were asked to vote on the issues listed by the KFCG (those you were most concerned about) and, subsequently, add any further concerns you may have. As the first stage in the collation of that information members of the KFCG have:

Over the next few weeks the KFCG will further work with the comments. We will be approaching the council and/or the Lord Mayor to see if we can get a response to some of your questions and concerns. We will, of course, keep you posted about the outcomes.

20th April, 2015 – In response to the participation of the public through this process (“The Conversation”) campaign members have produced a proposal, Future Kurilpa Vision, showing how the neighbourhood could be better developed.

8th December – Photo Gallery – these photos were taken at the end of a very productive session.

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Biodiversity was certainly an issue – as discussions with Cate Pauli showed

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Urban planning and over development was discussed with Phil Heywood

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Jonathan Sr, local Greens candidate, was there to show his support and have discussions with locals.

Jackie Trad, Member for South Brisbane, was there to add her support to the campaign.

Jackie Trad, Member for South Brisbane, was there to add her support to the campaign.

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Pam Bourke had lots of discussions about community connectivity and how local facilities enable that connectivity

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Coucillor Helen Abrahams and George Kassos (architect) discussed the lack of green space with participants.

Patrice Draper welcomed community members while Penny Bristol-Jones helped out on the dog minding front.

Patrice Draper welcomed community members while Penny Bristol-Jones helped out on the dog minding front.

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Community members, Robyn and Charles, discussion all the development proposed across Brisbane

COMMUNITY INVITATION: Come and Join Us and Have Your Say – You’re invited to a community conversation about the Kurilpa Draft Master Plan

The Kurilpa Riverfront Renewal Draft Master Plan (KMP) represents a once in a life time opportunity to create a large scale inner city development and will benefit all Brisbane residents and visitors long into the future……………….. .

The Kurilpa Futures Campaign Group supports the sustainable and responsible development of this area so has a number of concerns with the KMP. We would love to hear what you think so come and join us at
WHERE: Kurilpa Hall Boundary St West End
WHEN: Sat 6 December 12:00 – 2:00 PM.

KFG Flyer Dec 6th

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