1. Residents of the region have walkable access to ‘everyday’ needs 2. Our region has a growing economy that promotes a diversity of local job. 3. We have a range of housing that meets community needs 4. All residents have
1. Council will provide a variety of high quality aquatic, leisure and sporting facilities to meet community needs. 2. Council will encourage a diverse range of active and passive recreation activities that reflect the priorities of our diverse community. 3.
1. Council will plan, develop and deliver a range of leisure, cultural and recreation opportunities and events that allow all people to participate in community activities. 2. Council will support and promote community led initiatives that encourage social interaction, community
1. Council will ensure that buildings and public spaces are designed considering public safety through the application of Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) principles. 2. Council will increase community awareness of safety in public places, and crime prevention strategies.
First a bit of history on rates in the Moreton Bay Region. During the almost past 13 years of this Council, rates have increased beyond CPI sometimes almost even double it. At the last election candidates promised a brighter future
If elected to Council I will to establish a Regional Housing Matters Advisory Committee to provide timely advice to Moreton Bay Regional Council about delivering affordable and appropriate housing in the region. It will be the principal consultative body advising
The following issues have been raised by Spinal Life Australia who support people with spinal cord damage to live accessible, equitable and empowered lives. Recently they held a workshop with the members living in the Moreton Bay Region to discuss