David-McLachlan

Councillor David McLachlan has represented the Hamilton Ward since October 2006. The Hamilton Ward comprises the Brisbane northside suburbs of Albion, Ascot, Bowen Hills (north of Montpelier Rd), Clayfield, Hamilton, Hamilton Northshore, Hendra, Kalinga, Newstead (north of Longland St), Pinkenba, and Wooloowin (east of Kedron Park Road).  It also includes the non-residential areas of Brisbane Airport, Eagle Farm and the northern shore of the Brisbane Port.

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Concept Plan- Waterfront Park, Newstead Dog Off Leash Area (DOLA)

I’m seeking your feedback regarding the future of the Waterfront Park DOLA. The survey below is now open for feedback and closes Friday 15 January 2021 at 5.00 pm. For more information, please contact my office via email at hamilton.ward@bcc.qld.gov.au or by calling 3403 1095. My office will be closed for a Christmas/New Year break from 23 December and reopen on Monday 11 January 2021.

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Concept Plan waterfront Park

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4 days ago

Cr David McLachlan
As part of BrisAsia Festival 2021, MoB is honoured to welcome documentary photographer Tammy Law as their new Artist in Residence. 

Tammy Law: Fractured Dreams & Indefinite Scars, Tammy’s residency and exhibition in Museum of Brisbane’s open studio will explore the ways in which immigration laws and processes impact family narratives and histories.

Come and explore Tammys work and have a conversation with the artist herself in this poignant and highly personal residency. She has been and youll continue to find Tammy Law in her open studio every Wednesday and Sunday during the month of February. 

Fractured Dreams & Indefinite Scars exhibition is on from 5 February – 18 April 2021. 

For more information visit: https://www.museumofbrisbane.com.au/whats-on/artist-in-residence-tammy-law/

As part of BrisAsia Festival 2021, MoB is honoured to welcome documentary photographer Tammy Law as their new Artist in Residence.

Tammy Law: Fractured Dreams & Indefinite Scars, Tammy’s residency and exhibition in Museum of Brisbane’s open studio will explore the ways in which immigration laws and processes impact family narratives and histories.

Come and explore Tammy's work and have a conversation with the artist herself in this poignant and highly personal residency. She has been and you'll continue to find Tammy Law in her open studio every Wednesday and Sunday during the month of February.

Fractured Dreams & Indefinite Scars exhibition is on from 5 February – 18 April 2021.

For more information visit: www.museumofbrisbane.com.au/whats-on/artist-in-residence-tammy-law/
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Comment on Facebook As part of BrisAsia ...

I've enjoyed a lot of Ben's work, including stories involving their mother Jenny, so i'd imagine this would be very interesting.

1 week ago

Cr David McLachlan
Are you looking for something to do in the local area or even across Brisbane? Perhaps you would like to do Pilates in T.C. Beirne Park in Hendra or Tennis in Northshore Hamilton. Use Councils Whats on in Brisbane search to find events and activities in our vibrant community and city. Brisbane City Council helps deliver thousands of markets, festivals and events each year.
https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/whats-on-and-events/search

Are you looking for something to do in the local area or even across Brisbane? Perhaps you would like to do Pilates in T.C. Beirne Park in Hendra or Tennis in Northshore Hamilton. Use Council's What's on in Brisbane search to find events and activities in our vibrant community and city. Brisbane City Council helps deliver thousands of markets, festivals and events each year.
www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/whats-on-and-events/search
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2 weeks ago

Cr David McLachlan

Rainfall is excellent for our gardens, but heavy downpours can quickly cause potholes of all shapes and sizes to appear on our road network.

Council have six teams, known as flying gangs, that travel more than 5700 kilometres of our road network to look for and repair potholes, which is an equivalent distance between Brisbane and Broome.

In addition to these proactive patrols, it’s critical that the community help by letting us know when these hazards open up, so we can quickly fix them. It’s as easy as texting the location of a pothole to 0429 2 FIX IT (0429 234 948) or by calling Council’s contact centre on 3403 8888. Jobs can also be logged via Council’s website. This ensures we can find and fill potholes and with more wet weather on the way resident reporting is more important than ever.

For more information, visit brisbane.qld.gov.au
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3 weeks ago

Cr David McLachlan

🐝The Crosby Road Bushcare Group will be having their first working bee of the year this Sunday 7th February from 8am. 🐝

If you can offer a few hours of your time it would be very much appreciated.

Meet at the Crosby Road steps. Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear, bring gloves, a water bottle and wear a hat and sunscreen.

They will be actively weeding and brainstorming what they will plant next and where on the site.
#crosbyroadbushcarebrisbanehabitatgroup
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3 weeks ago

Cr David McLachlan

❗️🌳 T.C.Beirne Park Tree Maintenance Works 🌳❗️

Maintenance is required for the trimming of fifty trees within the park. Works are to be completed within 90 days and will encompass the removal of deadwood, clearance for pedestrians and road traffic, and lifting off shade structures and other fixed structures.

Trimming of the trees within, and in the vicinity of the playground, will require the closure of the playground facility during work operations. Signage will be erected for the closure seven days prior. The closure is to ensure public safety and I appreciate your understanding.
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4 weeks ago

Cr David McLachlan

❗️🌳 Oriel Park Tree Maintenance Works 🌳❗️

All 29 palms in Oriel Park will have maintenance works undertaken within the next 30 days. Works will be to remove fruit, dead fronds and seed husks. Crown shaping will also be undertaken.

Within the Playground Area:
Maintenance works will be undertaken within the next 90 days of trimming of 2 x leopard trees and 4 x poinciana trees. Works will encompass lifting of the canopy from shade structure, removal of deadwood and lifting of canopies over the park.

These trees are significant shade trees, and works will not impact the wonderful shade these trees provide for the community.

Notification signage for the closure of the playground will be installed seven days prior to the date works will commence. It is anticipated that playground closure will be for approximately 4 hours.
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1 month ago

Cr David McLachlan

We’re gearing up for a day of festivities with Brisbane’s sky set to light up with a fireworks display this evening thanks to the National Australia Day Council!

For the best seats in the house, head to the Brisbane City Council Facebook page and watch the show live from 7:45pm.

No matter where you are, join us as we reflect, respect and celebrate this #AustraliaDay and welcome #Brisbane’s newest Australian citizens 🇦🇺

www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/whats-on-in-brisbane/australia-day-in-brisbane

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