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Brunswick Residents Network News, July 2022

“Neighbourhood character” consultations; major Brunswick property investor in administration; our regular roundup of traffic, parks, and politics; history events; and more. Read on in clunky format, or have a smoother reading experience here. Have your say on neighbourhood character, parklands and the new tram depot! View this email in your browser Brunswick Residents Network Newsletter, […]

November 2015 newsletter

This month’s e-news includes: Merri footbridge proposal; VCAT rules on car parks, and noise; and local park upgrade plans. You can read it nicely formatted here: http://eepurl.com/bE1rDP and sign on here for regular email delivery: http://eepurl.com/VX4a9 ** Bridge over untroubled watersBridge campaign ———————————————————— The Merri Creek Bridge Group is seeking support from Darebin and Moreland […]

Brunswick traffic report launch

Time for Action! Brunswick Traffic Survey 2014 will be launched tonight, Wednesday 26 February at 6pm. There will be a community report back with results of the survey, which will be officially launched by Brunswick MP Jane Garrett. The report highlights the way that increasing traffic is making life less pleasant, and dangerous, for residents, […]

JANUARY NEWSLETTER

BRUNSWICK RESIDENTS NETWORK NEWSLETTER – January 2014 This month: –  BRN traffic survey –  developers use VCAT to override Council policy –  last chance to inspect plan for Fleming Park –  East-West Tunnel action –  reading, walking and recycling in Brunswick BRN 2014 traffic survey: Thanks to the hundreds of people who responded to the […]

November newsletter

BRUNSWICK RESIDENTS NETWORK NEWSLETTER – November 2012 Lots of info this month: election results, new multi-story proposals for Brunswick; have your say on Brunswick and state-wide planning reforms; the Brickworks on Facebook and more: 1) NEW COUNCILLORS FOR MORELAND Last month’s elections to Moreland Council saw some significant changes, with long-serving councillors in the northern […]