Brisbane City Council insists the community will have more chance to have their voice heard on draft plans for the overhaul of a popular 52-hectare sport and parkland precinct in the city’s north.
The move comes as residents rallied in a section of the sprawling Enoggera Creek Creek Sport and Recreation Precinct on Saturday to air their anger at the council’s handling of the process, potential loss of green space and displacement of sporting groups.
Initial plans for the 52-hectare Enoggera Creek Sport and Recreation Precinct were released by the council in March, more than two years after the idea was first floated in an…
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