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THE PROBLEM

Moreland’s population will be 200,000 by 2036.

 

41% of us think Council's planning for growth is poor or very poor. 

27% of us think Council doesn’t make decisions in the interests of the community. 

Rates were raised 2% during COVID. 

Developments continue to rise. 

There is no Independent representation for the residents of Brunswick on Council. 

All current Councillors  in South Ward are members of political parties.

THE DEVELOPMENT PROBLEM

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WHAT BRUNSWICK MEANS TO ME 

THE SOLUTION

my Policies for moreland

WHAT WILL WE FIX

  1. Fix town planning to deliver the service and infrastructure needs of Residents, especially when our population grows.
     

  2. Ensure high-density development considers parking and traffic management to reduce congestion.
     

  3. Find and implement a solution for safe cycling on Sydney Road that does not harm local business.
     

  4. Increase consultation by providing democratic and practical ways residents can communicate with Council.
     

  5. Keep rates low by cutting out expenses that don't make sense. Provide targeted rate relief for residents and small businesses in need.
     

  6. Clean up Merri Creek. Introduce nature strips and alleyway gardens.
     

  7. Continue to celebrate Moreland's diversity, its ethnic communities and support of refugees.

1. Demand Evidence and independent research to support proposed policies

2. Ensure the public is consulted on important decisions. 

3. Make decisions in the interest of the community. No party politics and no voting blocs

WHAT ABOUT COVID?

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Authorised by John Durrant, Centennial Avenue, Brunswick West 3055

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