Media Publications & News

Articles, Videos, Recordings and more, collated information about everything that's been published to do with the ECSRP Plan.

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Sunday, 25 April 2021

Media Release Post Rally

Over 400 residents and members of sporting groups attended a rally at Langley Park Wilston

Author:

Dr Cedric Chu

Media Outlet:

Correspondence

Media Type:

Media release

Tags:

Politics, Consultation, Residents

Tuesday, 20 April 2021

Jimmy Sullivan Address to the Queensland Parliament

Matters of Public Interest - The Enoggera Creek Sport and Recreation Precinct: The council’s proposed plan will have a long lasting effect on residents and sporting clubs in the area and it’s fundamental that all stakeholders in our community have their voices heard, and more importantly that council listens to us.

Author:

Jimmy Sullivan

Media Outlet:

Parliament TV (Queensland)

Media Type:

Television Broadcast

Tags:

Council, Politics, ALP, Jimmy Sullivan

Tuesday, 20 April 2021

Michael Berkman - Greens MP for Maiwar - Statement on the Plans

Councillor Berkman posts his public concern for the residents and encourages feedback.

Author:

Michael Berkman

Media Outlet:

Michael Berkman - Greens MP for Maiwar

Media Type:

Facebook Post

Tags:

Politics, Michael Berkman

Monday, 19 April 2021

Help these Brisbane Residents have their voices heard by Schrinner and the LNP

Labor for Brisbane post their public support of the residents and sporting associations. This is in no way a reflection of anyone involved in this project's political views or standing, it is merely a show of support.

Author:

Labor for Brisbane

Media Outlet:

Labor for Brisbane

Media Type:

Facebook Post

Tags:

Politics, ALP

Sunday, 18 April 2021

Enoggera Creek Sports and Recreation Precinct: Residents Push Back Against Plans

Northside residents are pushing back against the planned Enoggera Creek Sports and Recreation Precinct redevelopment. Based on the draft plan, a large section of public parks will be turned into parking spaces for the hundreds of players and families that use the facilities every week.

Author:

Sandra Eaton

Media Outlet:

Wilston Grange News

Media Type:

Online Publication

Tags:

Residents, Sports, Softball, Netball, Hockey, Touch Football, Soccer, Baseball, Consultation

Sunday, 18 April 2021

Jimmy Sullivan MP - Member for Stafford - Residents Meeting regarding the ECSRP Plan

On the 18th of April, 2021, Jimmy Sullivan set up a mobile office and travelled to Finsbury Park to meet with concerned residents and constituents about the proposed plan.

Author:

Jimmy Sullivan

Media Outlet:

Jimmy Sullivan, MP

Media Type:

Facebook Post

Tags:

Council, Politics, ALP, Jimmy Sullivan, Residents

Wednesday, 14 April 2021

Olympian's Softball Home Under Threat

Downey Park, a sentimental home for 21 former and current Olympians is under threat leading to Australian softball players being urged to review Brisbane City Council’s Enoggera Creek Sport and Recreation Precinct Plan with community consultation coming to a close on Friday 30 April 2021.

Author:

Softball Australia

Media Outlet:

Softball Australia

Media Type:

News Article

Tags:

Softball, Downey Park, Sports, Olympics

Sunday, 11 April 2021

Enoggera Creek Sport & Recreation Precinct – Windsor, Wilston & Newmarket

Brisbane City Council have announced the upgrade of existing Recreation Reserves and Sporting Facilities, located along Enoggera Creek between Lutwyche Road and Enoggera Road, within the suburbs of Windsor, Wilston and Newmarket.

Author:

Your Neighbourhood Moderators

Media Outlet:

Your Neighbourhood

Media Type:

Online Publication

Tags:

Positive, Plans

Monday, 5 April 2021

Revealed: Plans that could see cricket club become Brisbane’s next powerhouse

Gold Crest Cricket Club say changes at Enoggera Creek Sports Precinct could be a game changer. One of Brisbane's standout warehouse cricket clubs could be on track to explode in size. A north Brisbane cricket club could become a powerhouse in its own right if revitalisation plans go ahead at one of the biggest sporting precincts in the city.

Author:

Kara Sonter

Media Outlet:

Courier Mail

Media Type:

News Article

Tags:

Cricket, Positive, Sports

Sunday, 4 April 2021

Uproar at plans for seven car parks at city’s biggest sports precinct

Community sport players, their parents and northside residents are angry at plans to overhaul Brisbane’s biggest sports precinct.

Author:

Lucy Stone

Media Outlet:

Courier Mail

Media Type:

News Article

Tags:

Sports, Softball, Residents