The 2018-2019 Lord Mayor's Budget allocated a total of $352,000 towards park upgrades throughout Doboy with a further $321,000 from the Doboy Ward's Footpath & Parks Trust Fund allocated towards upgrades in Thurston Street Park (Tingalpa), Pinnibar Place Park (Hemmant) and Saltburn Place Park (Wakerley).Read More
As part of International Women's Day 2018, I am launching a petition calling on Brisbane City Council to rename Barrack Road Park in Cannon Hill to Irene Longman Reserve; in recognition of Queensland's first female parliamentarian.Read More
The second stage of the Cannon Hill Community Links project is now complete and open to the public.
I encourage all interested residents to take a drive up Minnippi Boulevard to check out Cannon Hill's newest bikeways, parks and public spaces.
The Cannon Hill Community Links project has met another milestone, with construction on the golf course and residential subdivision now commencing.
Works are expected to take three years, concluding in 2019.Read More
Last week I visited the site of the Fursden Road Landfill Remediation Project at Cannon Hill.
The site stopped accepting waste in 1977, but the capping at the time didn't stop rainwater from seeping through the waste and making its way into Bulimba Creek.Read More
A new public golf course for Doboy residents is one step closer with the Lord Mayor announcing that land remediation works would begin mid-year at the Cannon Hill site.
This is an exciting time for our area, this project is a game-changer for Cannon Hill and Carina.Read More
Murarrie’s boundaries are set to change after Council completed it's review of the suburb boundaries last week.
A staggering 89.2% of residents who responded in Park Hill Village and the Barracks supported my proposal to transfer them into into Cannon Hill.Read More
Council is delivering on its commitment to boost struggling suburban shopping strips, with construction commencing this week on the Cannon Hill Suburban Centre Improvement Project (SCIP).
Acting Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said the $2.5 million upgrade would offer a major refresh to the tired streetscape, providing a new lease of life to the precinct.Read More
“The River Gateway neighbourhood plan is expected to receive the final stamp of approval from Brisbane City Council on Tuesday 19 March, 2013.
Local Councillor Ryan Murphy (Doboy Ward) said the plan was the result of more than two years of close collaboration between Council and the local community.Read More