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Council is planning a state of the art destination library, ‘The Corso at North Lakes’ will also includes a new community centre with associated meeting spaces, retail space including a coffee shop, a young people’s space and a central landscaped plaza.
The Moreton Bay Rail Link Project will deliver a 12.6 km dual-track rail line between Petrie and Kippa-Ring, with 6 new rail stations at Kallangur, Murrumba Downs, Mango Hill, Kinsellas Road, Rothwell and Kippa-Ring. Work is expected to commence in early 2012 for completion in 2016.
Council has commenced planning an even better future for Strathpine. At the heart of council’s vision is The Strathpine Gateway Project – a building that will provide a new focus for community and cultural needs.
The Regional Sports Park at Burpengary will be the new $10 million home of Caboolture junior and senior AFL Clubs. Construction is expected to start early in 2012 and finish in December.
Coast & Waterways
The health of the Caboolture River has been declining over the last decade. Council commenced the Caboolture River Recovery program in early 2009 to focus investment and action with the aim of improving the rivers health.
Parks & open space
The CSIRO site presents a special opportunity for the development of a sport and recreation facility, which will become a major resource for residents of Samford Valley and the Pine Rivers district.
The design rationale for Talobilla Park incorporates the themes of Revitalising the Green; Active Living and Connecting to Community. The design intent behind the master plan is for a broader range of users to enter the park.
This management plan comprises five allotments and several management areas. This document will address the reserve for park and recreational purposes.
Council has completed landscape concept plans for Bellara Beach and Banksia Beach. These concept plans create a long term vision for each park and will be implemented as staged works over the coming years subject to funding.
Council is preparing a master plan to guide the future development of the James Drysdale Reserve. The draft master plan has been developed based on feedback received during the first community consultation.
Council is preparing a young peoples activity trail strategy for North Lakes. The strategy will determine a network of public spaces that will benefit from the inclusion of skateable elements, for use by young people throughout North Lakes.
South Pine Sports Complex is a key sport and recreation facility. The sports complex is well established and experiences a high level of use, enjoyed by the local community and visitors to the area.
is developing a master plan for the future development of the sport and
recreation complex. This plan will provide a coherent long-term vision for the
site that takes into account the needs of the existing and proposed user groups
and the broader community.
A draft master plan for reinstatement of flood damaged facilities in Sweeney Reserve has been completed. The plan has been developed to ensure the park's long-term sustainability as a district park and to ensure replacement facilities are flood resilient.
South Pine Road and Queens Road are set for a major upgrade as part of Moreton Bay Regional Council’s plan to increase safety and access and improve traffic flows.
Construction is expected to commence early in 2012, with completion in late 2013. When complete, the Francis Road rail overpass will give local residents quick access onto Gympie Road, while easing traffic congestion at the Lawnton level crossing.
The $11 million Plantation Road project will give local residents quick access between North Lakes and Dakabin. Work is expected to commence early in 2012 with completion late in 2013 weather permitting.
As part of Councils long term road network planning investigations have commenced into a future upgrading of Youngs Crossing Road and its possible extension to Torrens Road.
Sport & recreation
Council has prepared a draft master plan for the Burpengary Regional Sports Park (RSP) site. The draft master plan for the site has been developed based on the demand model for the sports network. The draft master plan aims to integrate the proposed sporting fields and supporting infrastructure into the existing fabric of native vegetation and waterway corridors.
The Narangba Sports Reserve is a master planned,
multi-sport complex which is operated by Moreton Bay Regional Council. The works identified are for the construction of an additional
full sized soccer field, including lighting and irrigation as well
as a junior practice area.
Council is working to guide the development of the Strathpine Centre into a progressive, people friendly place.
Council is working on plans to guide the development of the Caboolture-Morayfield Principal Activity Centre into a regional centre that will play a key role in South-East Queensland’s future.
This project seeks to provide an integrated plan that sets out the preferred land use, environmental, infrastructure, and employment intentions for a new residential area at Narangba.
Council has prepared a study into a rural residential area between Morayfield and Burpengary. The study provides background information relating to existing conditions and key issues that will affect the future development of the area.
A planning study has been undertaken for land within the eastern part of Burpengary. The findings of the report set out a suggested structure plan for how development may occur within the area.
On 17 February 2012, the State Government declared Caboolture West as a Master Planned Area. The project will involve the preparation of a structure plan covering 6,413 hectares to the west of the existing urban areas of Caboolture.