BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL
There are a few ways you can provide feedback to local Council.
The one thing to keep in mind for all of these communication options is to keep it level-headed, clear and consistent.
Emotion is wonderful for causes like this, however too much when communicating with bodies like the BCC can be detrimental to our cause, so remember to keep it civil!
MAIL IN A LETTER
Use those old Stamps!
Brisbane City Council
GPO Box 1434
Brisbane Qld 4001
WHO REPRESENTS US ON THE COUNCIL?
Knowing who our LOCAL LEVEL Government Representatives are and contacting them is the most important thing to do for this movement to be successful!
COUNCILLOR ANDREW WINES
Enoggera Ward Councillor
Councillor Andrew Wines is the Councillor for Enoggera and the Chair of Council.
Councillor Wines has served as Councillor for Enoggera since 2008, and Chair of Council since 2019. Councillor Wines also holds the record for youngest person elected to Brisbane City Council (23 years, 3 months, 12 days).
Councillor Andrew Wines is a long time committed northsider residing in Gaythorne, but he has also lived in Alderley, Enoggera, and Keperra. He attended high school at what is today Mt Maria College with Campuses at Enoggera and Mitchelton.
Councillor Wines holds a Business Degree from QUT with a dual major in Economics and Marketing. Prior to being elected to Council, Councillor Wines worked in project management, and interior design.
Councillor Wines believes that Council should be committed to a better Brisbane through improved transport, better public parks and places, and supporting sports and community clubs.
REMEMBER TO FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES!
Download the Letter Template, and fill it out. The important things are; have a subject line, state your position, and suggest specific changes or things you are not in support of!
LORD MAYOR ADRIAN SCHRINNER
Lord Mayor of Brisbane
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has proudly served the Brisbane community for more than 15 years as councillor, committee chair of multiple portfolios and Deputy Mayor for eight years.
As Lord Mayor, Adrian’s goal is simple – to ensure the Brisbane of tomorrow is even better than the Brisbane of today.
He is focused on building the infrastructure Brisbane needs while protecting our unique lifestyle and expanding Brisbane’s green space:
turn-up-and-go Brisbane Metro
free off-peak travel for seniors
half price rates for first-home buyers
Australia’s first double decker CityCat
lower fees for small business
Victoria Park Vision
Better Suburbs Initiative
Adrian has a life-long love for Brisbane, being born here and growing up in a family with a small local business. Adrian lives in Carindale with his wife, Nina and four children – Octavia, Petra, Wolfgang and Monash.
Brisbane City Council is the largest local Council in Australia. It covers 1338.1 square kilometres, spanning the Brisbane River in a radius of up to 25 kilometres from the Central Business District.