About Village Precinct Projects

A Village Precinct Project is funded by Brisbane City Council to deliver improvements to the precinct's overall attractiveness, amenity, safety, accessibility and identity. Collectively, these elements improve the commercial vitality of the precinct.

Expected improvements may include:

Street furniture

A uniform suite of furniture improves the centres' functionality and comfort. The standard suite includes new seats, bins, bike racks, drinking fountains and balustrades, where required.

Footpath upgrades

Footpath upgrades result in a high quality, robust and attractive pavement that improves pedestrian connectivity, safety and comfort.

Street trees and gardens

Planting street trees and garden beds provides shade and creates a 'green' buffer between pedestrians and vehicular traffic. Planting creates a colourful and pleasant setting for outdoor dining and an inviting place to meet, shop and socialise.

Creative placemaking outcomes

Creative placemaking outcomes enhance character and identity and create a focal point for the community.

Activation and engagement

Tailored activations and community engagements enhance the sense of place and ownership and may contribute local economic development by encouraging the community and visitors to the precinct.

Minor civil works

Where required, new pedestrian medians, kerb ramps, tactiles and the realignment of kerbs to improve centre accessibility and safety.

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