The Brisbane City Council has announced the release of the Draft Precinct Plan for the Graceville Riverside Parklands.
The Graceville Riverside Parklands Precinct is situated at the northern-most end of the Oxley Creek corridor that includes a Graceville Riverside Parkland, Simpsons Playground, Nadine Street Park, Graceville Avenue Park and Bert St Clair Oval. The location is a key entry point to the 20-kilometre Oxley Creek corridor and a destination for water-based activity and recreation.
The Draft Precinct Plan for the Graceville Riverside Parklands is currently within a four week community consultation period and to collect feedback for the vision of the underutilised prime waterfront location. The location has existing community facilities and greenspaces needed to design a dynamic riverside destination.
– Improving visual and physical connections to the river and creek.
Upgrading the existing picnic and play facilities.
– Improving the parkland’s vehicle entry and parking.
– Acknowledging the possibility of flooding in the design and delivery of new Parkland infrastructure.
– Maintaining and, where possible, supporting the enhancement of the existing local Club lease facilities.
– Celebrating the mature trees located within the Parkland.
– Supporting corridor-wide improvements to water quality, bank stability and riparian habitat.
Held between 9 November 2020 – 6 December 2020
– November 2020 – Community Ideas Day
– 9 November 2020 – Release of Draft Precinct Plan
– November to December 2020 – Community feedback on draft Precinct Plan
– 2021 – Incorporation of community feedback and release of final Precinct Plan
– From 2021 – Detailed planning, design and delivery
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The Information and References
Draft Precinct Plan for the Graceville Riverside Parklands
Oxley Creek Project
Oxley Creek Transformation Master Plan
Oxley Creek Transformation Master Plan Priority Projects
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