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Online petitions from Brisbane City Council, Queensland, Australia


Brisbane City Council Petitions

Gathers online petitions from Brisbane City Council, Queensland, Australia.

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Injecting configuration and compiling... Injecting scraper and running... Reading petition list Reading petitions Adding 983 - "KittyCat to stop at Mowbray Park Terminal" Adding 982 - "Nudgee Beach for Dogs!" Adding 981 - "Request for Installation of Basketball Half Court in Lavarack Park" Already exists 980 - "Fenced area for Smaller Dogs - Perth Street Park" Adding 979 - "City Hopper Dockside" Already exists 978 - "Norman Street, Wooloowin - Dangerous Bend" Adding 977 - "STOP Townhouse Development in Wadley St, MacGregor" Already exists 976 - "Formby Street, Calamvale, Dog Park" Already exists 975 - "Naming of the unnamed culvert/bridge in Haven Road, Upper Brookfield" Already exists 974 - "Outdoor Volleyball Court in MacGregor" Already exists 973 - "High Priority - Zebra Crossing - crossing Waminda st, near Moolabar St" Already exists 972 - "Petition for Council to reinstate the Calamvale Ward Kerbside Collection 2020" Already exists 971 - "Pedestrian Safety Upgrade Cornwall St, Annerley" Already exists 969 - "Petition for Council to reinstate the Paddington Kerbside Collection" Already exists 965 - "A Rubbish Bin for Manly Esplanade" Already exists 963 - "Request for a Local Area Traffic Management Plan for Trouts Road Mcdowall" Already exists 961 - "Exercise Equipment in Doboy!" Adding 956 - "Bus stop at Woolworths on Montague Rd" Already exists 949 - "Strawberry Fields Parklands Project" Already exists 943 - "The National Defence Chaplains' Memorial Grove, Anzac Park, Toowong" Already exists 942 - "Manly Boardwalk" Adding 941 - "King Arthur Terrace and Graceville Avenue" Already exists 939 - "Traffic calming around lota school area" Adding 922 - "Green Bridge from Fig Tree Pocket to Corinda" Already exists 921 - "Basketball hoop and circle in Bimba Yambi Park" Already exists 912 - "Traffic mismanagement at Ballade 208 Norman Ave, Norman Park construction site" Already exists 901 - "UPGRADE - LOTA SKATE PARK" Added 8, skipped 19, total 27 Completed successfully.

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2016-07-03T17:22:49+10:00
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Brisbane CBD minimum grid of protected bike lanes
Paul French, Brisbane
2016-08-13T00:00:00+10:00
Residents draw to the attention of the Council, the need for a minimum grid network of protected bike lanes within the Brisbane CBD to allow people of all ages and abilities to safely access destinations in the CBD by bicycle. This minimum grid will bring economic benefits to the city as more people are able to access businesses and shops using active transport, and it will make the CBD more attractive to visitors and tourists. Vulnerable road users such as people on bicycles are not able to safely and confidently share the road with motor vehicles – including trucks and buses – even when the speed limit is 40 kilometres per hour. On two of the major CBD thoroughfares, speed limits remain at 60 kilometres per hour. Bicycle awareness zones (BAZ) (have been shown internationally) to do nothing to increase the safety of people on bicycles, or their perception of safety. Cyclists using footpaths in an area that is busy with pedestrian traffic is not a desirable outcome. Providing protected bike lanes in lieu of on-street parking and by better managing taxi and loading zones will not disrupt business in the CBD. By carefully selecting streets and orientations, a network of protected bike lanes can be built with next to no disruption to the bus network. This petition therefore requests Brisbane City Council build a minimum grid network of protected bi-directional separated bike lanes along the north-west side of Ann Street, the north eastern side of Edward Street, the south-east side of Margaret Street, the south eastern side of Herschel Street, and that the protected bike lane along the north-eastern side of George Street be completed. A minimum grid network of protected bike lanes within the CBD will bring Brisbane into line with other world cities including New York, London, Paris, and Sydney, which have all recognised the benefits of providing safe, separated and protected bike lanes to allow people who want to get around by bicycle to do so safely and conveniently.
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2016-07-04T15:26:35+10:00
348
Mitchelton traffic issues petition
Joanne Kingsford, Mitchelton
2016-12-30T00:00:00+10:00
Residents draw to the attention of the longstanding issue of increasing volume of traffic and poor driver behaviour due to people using primarily Woking Street and Cribb Avenue, Mitchelton, as a short cut to/from Dawson Parade. Your petitioners therefore request that the Council takes immediate action to resolve these traffic issues.
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2016-07-04T15:26:35+10:00
341
Brisbane CBD minimum grid of protected bike lanes
Paul French, Brisbane
2016-08-13T00:00:00+10:00
Residents draw to the attention of the Council, the need for a minimum grid network of protected bike lanes within the Brisbane CBD to allow people of all ages and abilities to safely access destinations in the CBD by bicycle. This minimum grid will bring economic benefits to the city as more people are able to access businesses and shops using active transport, and it will make the CBD more attractive to visitors and tourists. Vulnerable road users such as people on bicycles are not able to safely and confidently share the road with motor vehicles – including trucks and buses – even when the speed limit is 40 kilometres per hour. On two of the major CBD thoroughfares, speed limits remain at 60 kilometres per hour. Bicycle awareness zones (BAZ) (have been shown internationally) to do nothing to increase the safety of people on bicycles, or their perception of safety. Cyclists using footpaths in an area that is busy with pedestrian traffic is not a desirable outcome. Providing protected bike lanes in lieu of on-street parking and by better managing taxi and loading zones will not disrupt business in the CBD. By carefully selecting streets and orientations, a network of protected bike lanes can be built with next to no disruption to the bus network. This petition therefore requests Brisbane City Council build a minimum grid network of protected bi-directional separated bike lanes along the north-west side of Ann Street, the north eastern side of Edward Street, the south-east side of Margaret Street, the south eastern side of Herschel Street, and that the protected bike lane along the north-eastern side of George Street be completed. A minimum grid network of protected bike lanes within the CBD will bring Brisbane into line with other world cities including New York, London, Paris, and Sydney, which have all recognised the benefits of providing safe, separated and protected bike lanes to allow people who want to get around by bicycle to do so safely and conveniently.
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2016-07-04T15:26:35+10:00
340
Recycling Bins
Yolande Campbell, Coorparoo
2016-11-06T00:00:00+10:00
Residents draw to the attention of recycling. 70% of a household's waste CAN be recycled; however Australians are only recycling about 50%. Queenslanders, in particular, send more waste to landfill than most other states of Australia. The benefits of recycling are countless; waste takes up space in landfill and results in soil and water contamination. In addition when we throw something out, we lose the natural resources, energy and time it took to make that product and these resources cannot go on indefinitely. Making products from recycled materials can consume up to 95% less energy and water. The biggest issue a resident faces is that even if he or she is recycling only 50% of their waste, recycling bins are emptied half as often as standard bins. Which means the recycling bin becomes full at the same rate as the standard bin but as it doesn’t get emptied as often and I am forced to put my recyclables into the standard trash, thereby adding to landfill and increasing energy and water consumption. Furthermore, residents of a unit complex only receive one bin per two units, finding themselves with an overflowing recycling bin long before an overflowing general waste bin within the current collection regime. Your petitioners therefore request weekly collection of recycling bins.
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2016-07-06T07:44:01+10:00
350
Mactaggarts Place walkway
Ben Pritchard, Teneriffe
2016-07-11T00:00:00+10:00
Residents draw to the attention of the Lord Mayor and Councillors to the matter of the re-establishment of the public walkway connecting Vernon Terrace and Riverwalk that passes through Mactaggarts Place, 53 Vernon Terrace, Teneriffe. The conversion of Mactaggarts Place was approved by Council in 1994. As a part of the approved design the scheme included a publicly accessible landscaped area and a walkway connecting Vernon Terrace to Riverwalk. The approved scheme was completed in 1995. A condition of the 1994 development approval requires that the approved landscaping scheme is maintained for as long as the development exists. Pedestrians have enjoyed continuous and uninterrupted access along the walkway running through Mactaggarts Place between Vernon Terrace and Riverwalk for the last 22 years exactly, as was intended and agreed as part of the 1994 conversion of Mactaggarts Place. On 30 June 2016 the body corporate of Mactaggarts Place installed a series of fences that stop public access along the approved existing walkway between Vernon Terrace and Riverwalk. Your petitioners therefore request that Brisbane City Council use its statutory powers and best endeavours to re-establish or to create and to maintain a public pedestrian walkway between Vernon Terrace and Riverwalk that passes through Mactaggarts Place, 53 Vernon Terrace, Teneriffe.
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2016-07-06T07:44:01+10:00
349
Balis Street Park children’s playground
Derek Staib, Holland Park West
2016-08-03T00:00:00+10:00
Residents draw to the attention of the Brisbane City Council a large number of families with young children living in Holland Park West surrounding the Balis Street Park. There is no playground for children in the Balis Street Park, however there are always children and families in the park area. The park could become a place where parents, children and neighbours could spend an increased amount quality time together. This area could be utilised to a much greater extent for family outings, and would be a great benefit to the community. Overall, having the facilities will help to promote social interactions for the community and increase the utilisation of the park. Your petitioners therefore request funding be allocated to build a children’s playground for local families.
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2016-07-06T07:44:01+10:00
341
Brisbane CBD minimum grid of protected bike lanes
Paul French, Brisbane
2016-08-13T00:00:00+10:00
Residents draw to the attention of the Council, the need for a minimum grid network of protected bike lanes within the Brisbane CBD to allow people of all ages and abilities to safely access destinations in the CBD by bicycle. This minimum grid will bring economic benefits to the city as more people are able to access businesses and shops using active transport, and it will make the CBD more attractive to visitors and tourists. Vulnerable road users such as people on bicycles are not able to safely and confidently share the road with motor vehicles – including trucks and buses – even when the speed limit is 40 kilometres per hour. On two of the major CBD thoroughfares, speed limits remain at 60 kilometres per hour. Bicycle awareness zones (BAZ) (have been shown internationally) to do nothing to increase the safety of people on bicycles, or their perception of safety. Cyclists using footpaths in an area that is busy with pedestrian traffic is not a desirable outcome. Providing protected bike lanes in lieu of on-street parking and by better managing taxi and loading zones will not disrupt business in the CBD. By carefully selecting streets and orientations, a network of protected bike lanes can be built with next to no disruption to the bus network. This petition therefore requests Brisbane City Council build a minimum grid network of protected bi-directional separated bike lanes along the north-west side of Ann Street, the north eastern side of Edward Street, the south-east side of Margaret Street, the south eastern side of Herschel Street, and that the protected bike lane along the north-eastern side of George Street be completed. A minimum grid network of protected bike lanes within the CBD will bring Brisbane into line with other world cities including New York, London, Paris, and Sydney, which have all recognised the benefits of providing safe, separated and protected bike lanes to allow people who want to get around by bicycle to do so safely and conveniently.
525
2016-07-06T14:22:48+10:00
350
Mactaggarts Place walkway
Ben Pritchard, Teneriffe
2016-07-11T00:00:00+10:00
Residents draw to the attention of the Lord Mayor and Councillors to the matter of the re-establishment of the public walkway connecting Vernon Terrace and Riverwalk that passes through Mactaggarts Place, 53 Vernon Terrace, Teneriffe. The conversion of Mactaggarts Place was approved by Council in 1994. As a part of the approved design the scheme included a publicly accessible landscaped area and a walkway connecting Vernon Terrace to Riverwalk. The approved scheme was completed in 1995. A condition of the 1994 development approval requires that the approved landscaping scheme is maintained for as long as the development exists. Pedestrians have enjoyed continuous and uninterrupted access along the walkway running through Mactaggarts Place between Vernon Terrace and Riverwalk for the last 22 years exactly, as was intended and agreed as part of the 1994 conversion of Mactaggarts Place. On 30 June 2016 the body corporate of Mactaggarts Place installed a series of fences that stop public access along the approved existing walkway between Vernon Terrace and Riverwalk. Your petitioners therefore request that Brisbane City Council use its statutory powers and best endeavours to re-establish or to create and to maintain a public pedestrian walkway between Vernon Terrace and Riverwalk that passes through Mactaggarts Place, 53 Vernon Terrace, Teneriffe.
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2016-07-06T14:22:48+10:00
349
Balis Street Park children’s playground
Derek Staib, Holland Park West
2016-08-03T00:00:00+10:00
Residents draw to the attention of the Brisbane City Council a large number of families with young children living in Holland Park West surrounding the Balis Street Park. There is no playground for children in the Balis Street Park, however there are always children and families in the park area. The park could become a place where parents, children and neighbours could spend an increased amount quality time together. This area could be utilised to a much greater extent for family outings, and would be a great benefit to the community. Overall, having the facilities will help to promote social interactions for the community and increase the utilisation of the park. Your petitioners therefore request funding be allocated to build a children’s playground for local families.
20
2016-07-06T14:22:48+10:00
348
Mitchelton traffic issues petition
Joanne Kingsford, Mitchelton
2016-12-30T00:00:00+10:00
Residents draw to the attention of the longstanding issue of increasing volume of traffic and poor driver behaviour due to people using primarily Woking Street and Cribb Avenue, Mitchelton, as a short cut to/from Dawson Parade. Your petitioners therefore request that the Council takes immediate action to resolve these traffic issues.
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