Residents Update 28 October 2011

This email update was sent to everyone on our e-list: write to us at albertstreet2020(at) to get join our list.
Thursday 10 November Public Forum on Making Planning Better; Sunday 27 November picnic; traffic action; restaurant application.

Dear Brunswick residents,
Your working group has two big events organised: Please come along, pass this email and flyer on, and tell your neighbours!

Thursday 10 November, 7.00PM: a forum where we will be informed and discuss the planning “big picture”, how it affects us and how we can intervene.

Sunday 27 November
: Fleming Park midday picnic: music, networking and more


Thursday 10 November, 7.00pm-8.30pm
We’ve organised this forum to better understand the “big picture” of planning in Victoria, and how we can most effectively intervene.
*** Carolyn Whitzman is an East Brunswick resident and Associate Professor in Urban Planning at the University of Melbourne. She will speak on:”Place, health and liveability: How can existing and new Brunswick residents get good health and liveability outcomes from current planning proposals?”

*** Carlo Carli, our former local Member of Parliament, is now writing a PhD on planning. He will discuss Caroline’s presentation.
At Clarrie Wohlers Senior Citizens Centre, 51 Albert Street (Fleming Park)

You’re welcome to email back questions you’d like discussed. There will be time for audience discussion!
Flyer attached – please print some off and if possible stick some up and give them to your neighbourns

Sunday 27 November, 12.00-3.00pm
Come to Fleming Park to:
* Meet other residents
* Share information about building projects and planning issues that effect you
* Be entertained by fabulous local musicians including a fiddle orchestra, and the Melbourne Ukulele Kollective.
Sausage sizzle provided, gourmet items BYO
More details coming . . .

We’ve been given some details of counts and speeds after the council put counters for a fortnight in some Brunswick streets subject to rat-running. We’re asking the Council for more details.
*** If you are interested in being on our traffic working group, which has met from time to time, please let us know by return email.

** Apparently submissions on this VCAT matter close today, 28 October***
We’ve received this email from a local resident:
“The owners of the café permit on corner of Beith St are trying to extend their allocated operating hours to 10pm 7 days a week with outdoor dinning and a restaurant that accommodates 40 seats (with no car parks). Reason given for amendment is that it will make it easier for them to find a tenant. ”

Thanks for your interest,
Nancy Atkin

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