Cr Baberowski - Draft Landsborough Placemaking Master Plan - did we get it right?
  • Wednesday 20 March 2019

Following significant input from the Landsborough community, I am pleased to announce the draft Landsborough Place Making Master Plan is now open for review and feedback. The plan captures the community’s vision for the town and outlines placemaking recommendations for Landsborough’s street, public spaces and looks at future opportunities. While the main aim of the consultation is to seek feedback on the master plan, the project team is hoping to hear from residents with their preliminary ideas of what can be achieved through the streetscape beautification program proposed for Cribb Street. As the design progresses throughout the year, the community will have the opportunity to provide further feedback with a reference group soon to be formed. I urge all residents to have their say at the remaining information sessions or via an online survey available on council’s website.

  • Saturday 23 March, Landsborough Markets at School of Arts, 8am-1pm
  • Wednesday 27 March, Landsborough School of Arts, 2-5:30pm

If you are unable to attend these events you can view the plan on council’s website and have your say via a short online survey from 21 March at www.haveyoursay.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au.          

What does it take to be a responsible pet owner?
Having a pet is one of the most rewarding experiences you could have, but it comes with a lot of responsibility. If you’re thinking about getting a pet, it’s important to make sure you’re prepared. Come down to Beerwah Shopping Village, outside IGA with your dog on Saturday, March 30 and pick up some freebies for your furry friend from our response services officers. You can also get information and ask any questions you have about responsible pet ownership on the Sunshine Coast. Find out more about pet ownership in the Sunshine Coast region here www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/Living-and-Community/Animals-and-Pets

Meet and Greet
The Beerburrum Meet and Greet session saw various enquiries such as changing local laws, township planning and the Quarry development application among the topics discussed. My next session is on Friday, March 29 between 10am-12noon at the Glass House Mountains Visitor Centre.