Welcome to our end-of-year newsletter. Read on for our clunky cut-and-paste-from Mailchimp version, or read with nicer formatting here. End-of-year special – COVID hasn’t slowed building applications – planning change allows residents to be bypassed – lots of community consultations – plus art and video links for some Christmas cheer! View […]
Brunswick people: How have stay-at-home rules affected your life? What’s changed? What’s better, what’s worse? Please take our 5-minute anonymous survey. Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DDVY6LK Do it now! (please). Closes this, Saturday 25 April. We’ll summarise and report your views in our next e-news.
View this newsletter with links and pictures Feature: noise, bands and booze ———————————————————— ** Bridge over untroubled waters ———————————————————— In a great win for the community, Moreland Council has agreed to co-fund a bridge across Merri Creek, along with Darebin Council. In November 2015, residents lodged a petition with 1,374 signatures to Moreland and Darebin […]
Updates on parks, developers, bikes, and democracy View this email with formatting and pictures, in your browser ** East Brunswick Village ———————————————————— Once again, the developers Banco have used VCAT to override Council objections to changed plans for the East Brunswick Village (EBV) – the major project on the old Tontine site, bounded by Nicholson […]
Go to the formatted version with more pictures and clickable links ………. In this edition: Park funding, over-development, rezoning, bikes, events …….. ** Brunswick Residents Network community meeting – Where’s the park? ———————————————————— Brunswick Residents Network will be holding our next community meeting on Tuesday 19 September, to discuss Council’s proposed Open Space Strategy, “A […]
Go to the formatted version for pictures and neat links. In this edition: Feature on cladding fire in Brunswick; Census stats; lots of Art ** Census snapshots the new Brunswick ———————————————————— The release of 2016 census data by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) provides an interesting snapshot of Brunswick. Compared to the median across […]
Go to the formatted version for links, nice layout and pictures. Feature: Open space – where to spend? Plus: extending the party zone; Park Street mega-tower; bike safety; events, and more ** Do car stackers stack up? ———————————————————— On 3-4 July, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) will hear an important appeal over […]
This month: Brunswick’s apartment boom; safer cycling proposals; transforming industrial land; Planning scheme finalised: problems with VCAT; events . . . Read the pretty version here, with pictures and nice formatting: http://eepurl.com/bvIKV1 Or keep reading here for the plain-text version: ** Apartment boom in inner north ———————————————————— Planning consultancy Urbis has reported that 6,000 apartments […]
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Moreland Council ran a four-hour forum last Saturday on ways to make Sydney Road and the Upfield Shared path better and safer. A senior Council traffic engineer gave a presentation explaining all the reasons that make it hard to fix Sydney Road. Then we broke into discussion groups around tables with a Council representative, who […]