Have you say between April 28 and may 20 on the future of the historic Engine Room. Write to Cr Howard at email@example.com then lodge your objection or support after April 28. We will give you the details when it opens online on April 28.
30 kph and several pedestrian crossings would do so much for the area. The current limit is 50 kph and there are no crossings from Commercial Rd all the way into New Farm. I am aware that Macquarie and Vernon form part of a bus route, however the roads are of a similar width to Lamington St (and others nearby) where the limit is only 20 kph. Macquarie and Vernon also now have far more pedestrians crossing back and forth to enter/leave residential buildings, cafes, bars and restaurants throughout the day and in the evenings.
Brisbane’s historic Engine Room would receive a full renovation and have a café and public amenities installed under proposed plans to rejuvenate the riverside heritage building in Teneriffe. Acting Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner today announced that Brisbane City Council would put forward an Engine Room revitalisation project for public comment later this month.
The 15 April meeting of TPA will be held, as usual, at 24 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe, commencing at 7:00pm. We have a full agenda, as you can read: 1. Welcome and Apologies 2. Matters arising from last meeting, and confirmation of minutes a. Telstra tower 3. Membership and Fees 4. Teneriffe Park, collaboration with Scouts 5. Correspondence a. BCC b. Central Ward c. Brisbane Open House 6. TPA Petition update and discussion 7. Teneriffe Festival a. Raffle b. AccessArts 8. Development Applications 9. Any other business
We wanted me to let you know there will be some drainage works starting at the end of Merthyr Rd at the end of April.
If you could take care when using this area of the walkway at that time it would be very appreciated.
See Attached Notice
Cr Vicki Howard
After a lengthy period of consideration, TPA has received from Brisbane City Council a response to the petition seeking the introduction of a speed limit, and the provision of improved pedestrian crossing facilities on Macquarie Street/Vernon Terrace and Skyring Terrace. The attached letter from the Council sets out the proposed response, which is to undertake more research and analysis, as you can read.
Dear TPA 71 Macquarie Street Recently we contacted all residents who had already expressed a view to this office about the future use of two separate buildings on the riverfront parkland at Teneriffe: the Engine Room and the Tram Drivers’ Hut.
The Annual General Meeting of the Teneriffe Progress Association will be held:
on Tuesday 18 March
at 24 Macquarie Street, Teneriffe
commencing at 7:00pm
As its meeting of 20 August, the Neighbourhood Planning and Development Assessment Committee were briefed on the State Government’s latest initiative for assessing development applications - State Assessment and Referral Agency (SARA).