Tag Archives: Moreland Council

Brunswick Residents Network Newsletter November 2021

This month’s stories: Moreland name change; walking report; our new Mayor; current VCAT battles and a rare win for residents; government changes to ResCode (learn about a significant planning-nerd issue), farewell to an eminent Brunswick historian; and far too many crashes in northern Nicholson Street. Read on or read in a less clunky format at […]

Brunswick Residents Newsletter, November 2020

Welcome to our latest newsletter, with a special feature on political skulduggery and its implications, plus lots of updates on planning issues, traffic woes, local culture, and of course the Council election results. Read here (cut and paste from Mailchimp), or read here for nicer formatting. Election results under a cloud; Bunnings goes to VCAT; […]

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 […]

March newsletter

BRUNSWICK RESIDENTS NETWORK NEWSLETTER – March 2014 This month: – BRN traffic survey online – Council to debate new residential zones this week – NBN turns off copper network in Brunswick – Developers ignore the Brunswick Structure Plan – Pushy women on bikes – Council transparency BRN 2014 traffic survey On 26 February, Brunswick Residents […]