Moreton Bay Rail Link – get involved
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Community consultation was carried out between November 2010 and February 2011. This included a broad range of communication activities to inform the community about the project, and also a variety of avenues and opportunities for people to provide feedback.
Consultation activities involved a wide range of stakeholders including residents, businesses, elected representatives, environment and wildlife conservation groups, indigenous groups, schools and numerous other government stakeholders. Interaction with individuals or companies facing potential property requirements was another important focus of the consultation process.
Feedback from this process has been collated and analysed in the project’s Community Consultation Report. This report has been provided to the design teams to ensure that community concerns and feedback are considered in all phases of project development.
‘Managing Koalas’ Workshop – 26 May 2012
The Moreton Bay Rail Link project team staged a ‘Managing Koalas’ Workshop on 26 May 2012 to provide an opportunity for local environment and conservation groups to comment on and discuss the draft Koala Action Plan and Fauna Management and Tree Clearing Strategy. Nineteen representatives from 10 organisations attended the workshop.
A summary of the event as well as feedback received from participants has been included in the ‘Managing Koalas’ Workshop Report.
The project team will continue to provide updates about its environment plans on this website and is working with local groups to identify opportunities to work together and share local knowledge.