Tag Archives: Moreland

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]


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 […]

Submit your views to Brunswick Integrated Transport Strategy

Submissions on the Brunswick Integrated Transport Strategy close on 16 August. An initial submission from Brunswick residents has been prepared summarising views and issues raised at the 18 July public meeting after  Council staff outlined the Strategy report. Residents were concerned that the report did not contain any detailed plans for traffic management, and was […]