WTSAG Newsletter

WTSAG Newsletters

Is NBN Rollout bringing problems to our suburb?

Submitted by webmaster on Sun, 10/06/2018 - 08:49

In the last 2 weeks residents would have started receiving letters from Visionstream regarding the upcoming NBN rollout in our area from July-November 2018.

The NBN rollout uses different types of technology for different areas, and each of these technologies has differing performance and futureproof capabilities.

Unfortunately for our areas, NBN has decided that the troublesome HFC technology is to be used for our suburbs.  Please let your neighbours know about this impending change that will impact both your phone and internet services.

Newsletter #17

Submitted by webmaster on Sun, 11/10/2009 - 22:55

NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING Talk to a Planner Session 6 August.

Over 500 people attended this session. Attendees will have received a Summary Report of Community Feedback from the Council through the mail.
Summaries can be found on our website www.wtsag.org.au and the council website www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/neighbourghoodplanning
Key points noted were.

Newsletter #15

Submitted by webmaster on Sun, 02/08/2009 - 21:33

Brisbane City Council Get to Know your Neighbourhood Plan Session


Do you have a view on the proposal for five storeys in our suburbs?  Talk to a Planner!
Date: 6 August
Time: 1.30 – 4.30pm OR 5.30 – 8pm
Place: Sherwood Services Club, Clewley St, Corinda
RSVP: 3403 8698

Newsletter #14

Submitted by webmaster on Wed, 01/10/2008 - 00:00



Come and have a say at our AGM on 15th Oct
WTSAG recently received this letter from Councillor Nicole Johnston who is seeking community views on Rowing Qld’s proposal for Simpson Park. The concept plan can be seen above.


Newsletter #11

Submitted by webmaster on Mon, 01/05/2006 - 00:00

Indooroopillygraceville bowls club green sell-off

Graceville Bowls Club has a development application before Council as part of its plan to sell off more of its greens for housing. This site is currently designated Sport and Recreation Area. The club successfully carried out a similar exercise several years ago. A large house now occupies part of its greens on the western end of its property fronting Wylie Street.

Newsletter #10

Submitted by webmaster on Thu, 01/09/2005 - 00:00

High Rise on golf course

Mirvac has applied to build 285 high rise units on part of a private golf club currently zoned Sport and Recreation at Long Pocket, an undeveloped finger of land on the river set aside for parkland and sport and recreation under the City Plan. The development consists of eight apartment blocks of 4 to 6 storeys and two blocks of 3 to 4 storeys.