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Signature projects | Coast & Waterways | Parks & open space | Roadworks | Sport & recreation | Town planning | Arts & culture
Corso North Lakes is Council’s new $45 million complex located at 10 The Corso, North Lakes. The state-of-the-art facility will showcase a modern library, community centre, three levels of commercial office space and undercover car parking.
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.
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.
Council is commencing a program of developing
management plans for each of its river catchments to efficiently manage the
impacts of flooding, climate change, pollutant loads and varying flow regimes.
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.
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 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.
John Bray Park is an important recreation and environmental park within
the Moreton Bay Region linking the suburbs of Strathpine and Bray Park. Funds have been allocated to commence planning and design of sites to be upgraded.
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.
Council has completed a four lane bridge with pedestrian pathways and bike lanes over the railway at Francis Road, Lawnton connecting Francis Road with Gympie Road and Youngs Crossing Road.
The new Plantation Road is a two-lane road with bicycle and pedestrian pathways either side and has the capacity to expand to four lanes in the future. It will give local residents quick access between North Lakes and Dakabin.
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.
Council is investing $2.8 million in an important road safety upgrade for First Avenue at Bongaree. First Avenue at Bongaree has been identified as part of the national road Black Spot Program with the Federal Government committing almost $1 million to a safer road environment.
Sport & recreation
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Les Hughes Sporting Complex is a key sport and recreation facility. The sporting complex is well established and experiences a high level of use and is enjoyed by the local community and visitors to the area. Council has developed a master plan for the sporting complex.
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.
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.
Arts & culture
The master plan provides a long-term vision for the site to ensure its future viability as a key regional community arts facility, while being sensitive to the sites community and strategic values.