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Scenic Rim 2015-16 Annual Report
A yearly snapshot of Council's financial and operational performance.
Job creation, growth and opportunity for the Scenic Rim community are at the heart of a new
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29 NOVEMBER - FUNDING TO IMPROVE DISASTER RESILIENCE IN SCENIC RIM
Scenic Rim will be able to build up its resilience to natural disasters from floods to bushfires after being granted $248,337 in Commonwealth-State joint funding.
24 NOVEMBER - RAIL CORPORATION PURCHASE KEEPS BROMELTON ON TRACK
Bromelton's future as a nationally significant rail freight hub has been further cemented with news the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has acquired major land holdings in the area, Scenic Rim Mayor Greg Christensen believes.
23 NOVEMBER - CONSTRUCTION OF WATER PIPELINE FOR NEW INLAND PORT BEGINS
Construction has started on a trunk water main connecting the Beaudesert Water Treatment Plant to the Bromelton State Development Area. The industrial precinct is set to become an economic engine for new employment and business opportunity in Scenic Rim and wider South-East Queensland.
21 NOVEMBER - GRANTS TOTALLING $24,755 WILL ENRICH CULTURAL LIFE
Four diverse artistic and cultural projects to enrich Scenic Rim community life have been allocated a total of $24,755 in Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) grants approved by Council. RADF is a partnership program between Council and the State Government through Arts Queensland.
21 NOVEMBER - OUTLOOK POSITIVE FOR BEAUDESERT GROWTH
Council has approved the future development of more than 300 home sites within a new residential estate at Gleneagle. Planning and Development Committee chair Cr Rick Stanfield said the approval provided for the progressive development of The Outlook estate to create further 314 residential blocks over 11 stages.
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