As your local Councillor, I am working hard to make the suburbs of Tennyson Ward an even better place to live and work.
Like you, I live locally and care about the future of our area. This includes working to reduce traffic congestion and improve pedestrian safety, to upgrade local parks and bushland reserves, to protect the unique character and liveability of our neighbourhoods and to improve public transport.
I believe strongly that my role as your local representative is to put the community’s interests first and to put people before politics.
If there is anything that I can do to assist you please do not hesitate to contact my office on telephone 3403 8605.
Crime Stoppers Casino Night Fundraiser
Saturday, 24 February
68 Hawthorne St, Woolloongabba
Pink Stumps Day
Western Suburbs vs. Sandgate-Redcliffe
Sunday, 25 February
Graceville Memorial Oval
OCCA General Meeting
Tuesday, 27 February
Oxley Creek Common, Sherwood Rd
Clean Up Australia Day
Sunday, 4 March
– Simpsons Playground, Graceville
– Lagonda St Park, Annerley
– Fort Bushland Reserve, Oxley
– Walter Taylor Bridge Park, Chelmer
– Tennyson Reach, Tennyson
Council has announced a review of the by-laws regarding parking permits in regulated parking areas. In Tennyson Ward this means parts of the suburbs of Annerley, Fairfield, Tennyson, Yeronga and Yeerongpilly.
I am seeking your feedback to design a new playground in Annerley. This year, I have budgeted $120,000 from the Local Parks Trust Funds for the Vallely and Lagonda Street Park upgrades. Click on the above link for more information and to have your say.
Plan Your Brisbane
Brisbane City Council is currently undertaking a ‘feel good’ consultation about planning for the City’s future. Click on the link above to find out how you can have your say. You can also sign the e-petition here to say no to future five storey buildings in Corinda and Sherwood.
Brisbane Industrial Strategy (Hyde Rd)
Brisbane City Council recently announced a review of industrial land uses around the City. It is important that Yeronga residents speak up as this could affect any future use or development of the Hyde Rd industrial precinct.