Sherwood Services Club is providing tea, coffee and sandwiches for people affected by the floods.
We are a group concerned with protecting the streetscapes and promoting residential amenity in the South Western suburbs of Brisbane.
Dear Neighbours of St Aidan's,
The Queensland Department of Communities will be operating a Recovery Centre for the 2011 floods at St Aidan's AGS. They wil be operating from the Christine Hartland Centre, located on the corner of Kathleen Street and Aidan's Way.
The purpose of the Recovery Centre is to dispense emergency financial funds to the victims of the 2011 floors. Other agencies at the Centre may include the Red Cross, Lifeline, Centrelink and the Department of Housing.
Council has announced the upgrade of the round about at Coonan Road and Moggill Road as can be seen in this article
Brisbane City Town and Traffic planners have previously advised the community during the Sherwood-Graceville Neighbourhood Planning meetings that the current restrictions on the Indooroopilly side of Walter Taylor Bridge cause the backup of traffic across the Walter Taylor Bridge and southwards towards Graceville.
In releasing the draft train timetable for the Ipswich line for 2011, Queensland Rail has signalled the state government's intention for Corinda and Sherwood to NOT be significant Transit Orientated Development locations.
Express services will no longer service Corinda. Only selected trains during peak periods will be stopping at Corinda and passenger trains will no longer run on the Tennyson line. All services instead will stop at Darra which becomes a central hub.
Brisbane City Council has this week passed plans for 5 storey development in Corinda and Sherwood however has failed to listen to the community concerns regarding the South-East Queensland Regional Plan not listing this location for higher density. We want to preserve the character of our area and maximise the use of the existing 3 storey area (3 storeys not 5).
Read below for an extract from QR timetable:
On Tuesday, council voted along party lines to approve the 5 storey development in the Sherwood-Graceville Neighbourhood Plan.
Councillor Nicole Johnston's attempted move to amend the approval to replace 5 storey Medium Residential (MR - 5 storey) density with the existing Low-Medium Residential (LMR - 3 storey) was also defeated along party lines with the current council administration refusing to even debate the amendment.
Details of the approved plan are attached to this article and can be downloaded.
22 November 2010
Despite hundreds of letters and submissions opposing five storey developments in Corinda and Sherwood, the Lord Mayor and LNP Councillors are set to approve the proposed plan at Tuesday's Council meeting.
Councillor for Tennyson, Nicole Johnston, said she was saddened that the Lord Mayor had failed to listen to the community.
The Walter Taylor South Action Group is appalled at the outcome of the Sherwood-Graceville Neighbouhood Plan following extensive community consultation over the last 3 years which clearly rejected the concept of 5 storey development in Corinda and Graceville in favour of existing 3 storey rules.
A new Impact Assessible development application has been submitted by Brisbane Boys College for their proposed sports ground on the location of the current Corinda Golf Course and Driving Range (36 hectare site). See a copy of the Development Application number A002934792 on the Brisbane City Council's website at http://pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au/MasterView/masterplan/enquirer/default.aspx
Details of the old application with issues details can be found on our website at http://wtsag.org.au/content/bbcs-application-sports-grounds
An impact assessible development application number A002918689 for multi-unit (7) dwellings to be established on a block with a Queenslander has been lodged with Brisbane City Council
The development application can be viewed by on council's website at http://pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au/MasterView/masterplan/enquirer/defau...
Queensland Rail has submitted an Impact Assessible development application for a Material Change in use of the Railway Maintenance Sheds bounded between Dunlop Terrace, Lamb Street, Watt Streets and Lynne Grove Streets, Corinda.
It is intended to change the temporary use of the area used during the construction of the additional rail line into a permanent facility to be operated 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.