The South East Queensland Regional Plan will be discussed at a seminar hosted by Redlands2030 and the Brisbane Region Environment Council.
- Date: 25 February
- Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
- Venue: Griffith University Ecocentre (see map)
The State Government is currently consulting on a new South East Queensland Regional Plan – Shaping SEQ.
The deadline for making submissions or comments about the draft Plan is 3 March 2017.
This seminar is an opportunity to learn more about the draft new Regional Plan.
Find out why community and environment groups are concerned about likely impacts of the proposed regional plan on south east Queensland residents and our environment.
Speakers will include:
- Elizabeth Handley, Brisbane Residents United
- Steve Macdonald, President of Redlands2030
- Ted Fensom of Brisbane Region Environment Council
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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