Tag Archives: water sensitive urban design

Vital resource to help maintain and protect waterways

Council has released its Water Sensitive Urban Design Streetscape Planning and Design Package (WSUD Streetscape Package). The WSUD Streetscape Package is relevant to engineers, architects, planners and other professionals seeking guidance on best practice stormwater management techniques and devices when designing and planning in urban areas. Stormwater run-off from urban areas is recognised as a […]

Calling For Submissions for the Draft Eastern Corridor Neighbourhood Plan

The Draft Eastern Corridor Neighbourhood Plan is now available for formal comment.  Have your say by mailing in a written submission by Monday 6 September 2010. The draft plan identifies six key precincts; Buranda, Buranda Station, Stones Corner, Langlands Park, Coorparoo and Bennetts Road. The draft neighbourhood plan will manage growth and revitalisation around existing […]

Development to commence for the Rochedale Area

Two major residential developments were approved recently by Brisbane City Council for Rochedale that will provide accommodation for the future growth of the community. Neighbourhood Planning and Development Assessment Committee Chair Amanda Cooper said this major milestone would see one of the city’s few remaining undeveloped sites transformed into a vibrant hub. “These two developments […]

Little Roma Street Revitalisation complete

The revitalisation of Little Roma Street is one of the key projects of the Vibrant Laneways and Small Spaces initiative and is part of Council’s commitment to enriching the city centre experience and planning for a growing CBD. Specifically, the Vibrant Laneways and Small Spaces initiative is designed to transform overlooked and forgotten spaces within […]