Chalk Street Park project - Lutwyche
Brisbane City Council is pleased to advise the concept plan for Chalk Street Park has been finalised following community consultation in September and October 2019.
This project is part of Council's commitment to creating more to see and do in a clean and green Brisbane, with more opportunities to enjoy Brisbane's beautiful climate and connect with family and friends in the places that may our city great.
|Address||Chalk Street Park, Chalk Street, Lutwyche|
|Project outcomes||Delivering a new local recreation park, shaped by the local community, to provide a green space for residents and opportunities for activity and relaxation|
|Latest update||Following community consultation, the concept design for Chalk Street Park is now finalised|
About the project
Council is committed to keeping Brisbane clean and green, making our city liveable and sustainable for future generations.
As part of the Lutwyche Corridor Neighbourhood Plan, Council will deliver upgrades to the new Chalk Street Park to provide more recreation for local residents. The aim is to create a local recreation park, shaped by the local community, that will provide a green space for residents and opportunities for activity and relaxation.
Community feedback received on the draft concept plan was supportive of the proposed park embellishments and showed a preference for picnicking and socialising facilities, a children's playground, quiet reflective areas and walking and sporting activities.
As shown in the final concept plan, the project will deliver:
- new picnic shelters and an accessible drinking fountain to provide a gathering space for park visitors
- new playground equipment
- open space for informal sport and activities
- a new pathway through the park
- a new planting area with shade trees to separate the playground from the street
- new park entry
- bollards along the park boundary
- new shade tree planting to open space
- pathway and streetscape planting
- a safety fence to the playground
- shade for the playground
- fitness equipment
- bike repair station
- off-street parking on Marita Street.
Council thanks the community for providing feedback and helping develop a unique 'look and fee' for the new park.
This project is part of Council's commitment to enhancing and maintaining more than 2100 parks across the city.
The concept plan will now move into the detailed design and construction phases.
Construction is anticipated to commence from late 2020, with more information to be provided to the community prior to works starting.
If you would like more information on this project, you can:
- phone Council on 07 3403 8888 and ask to speak with the project team
- email the project team.