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Chairs2Share is a six-month Council pilot program designed to enhance the way people enjoy the city's green spaces. Chairs2Share makes outdoor furniture, including tables, deck chairs and bistro chairs, available for free to allow people to appreciate Brisbane's outdoor lifestyle. Council is keen to hear what you think of Chairs2Chair. Find out how you can have your say and get involved.
Hemmant and Lytton are key economic and employment growth areas for our city. To support and encourage this growth over coming years, Brisbane City Council is preparing a neighbourhood plan for this area. Participate in the Hemmant Lytton Neighbourhood Plan online survey, nominate to be part of the planning forum and find out about strategy workshops.
Brisbane City Council is renewing the Albion Neighbourhood Plan. Albion was Council's first neighbourhood plan and was adopted in 2008. As part of its review, Council will develop better, simpler and more consistent ways to achieve the community's vision and would like to know what you think and what could be improved in the current plan.
The Wynnum Community Facility at the former Wynnum Central State School site will be developed to become a mix of commercial and community facilities, including a park and a library. Community engagement on the future usage of the Wynnum Community Facility has commenced and will remain open until end of February 2014. Find out about community consultation sessions in December and how you can have your say.
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Your City Your Say newsletter
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What is community engagement
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