Brisbane City Council is throwing a spotlight on local high streets, with works underway across the city as part of a more than $9 million commitment to creating vibrant neighbourhood centres.
Fortitude Valley will be home to Brisbane’s first Tesla Electric Vehicle showroom, following the endorsement of a planning application by Brisbane City Council’s City Planning Committee yesterday.
One year on from launching his student accommodation incentive, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has announced 7,500 student accommodation beds are now in the pipeline for Brisbane.
Brisbane City Council, with the support of the Queensland Government, has today released the draft Bulimba Barracks Master Plan and is urging residents to provide their feedback, to help guide the final plan which will determine how the 20 hectare prime riverfront site is used in the future.
Brisbane’s newest Tennis Centre, Frew Park, will tomorrow open its gates for the first time, welcoming the public to its six-court tennis centre and adjoining playground.
Brisbane City Council has approved a twin-tower development that will include one 90 storey tower in Margaret Street built to the CBD’s maximum allowable height of 274 metres and containing more than 1,100 residential apartments.
Brisbane City has attracted a host of new international retailers opening their doors this spring, with more to come before the end of the year.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says the revitalisation of a prime city riverside eyesore site has moved a step closer to fruition today with the announcement of the successful tender for the Howard Smith Wharves Revitalisation project.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Multicultural Affairs, Glen Elmes today announced that a location at Anzac Square would be provided for a memorial dedicated to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander returned servicemen and women.
Acting Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has unveiled new plans for a $115 million upgrade of the Wynnum Road Corridor at East Brisbane that is expected to cut travel times by about 50 per cent in peak periods.