Greater Springfield community invited to have a say in new SEQ Livability Fund

August 08, 2023

The Greater Springfield community can now nominate new projects as part of a major funding boost to infrastructure and facilities across South East Queensland (SEQ).

The SEQ Liveability Fund is a pool of $285.8 million committed by all three levels of government under the newly outlined SEQ City Deal.

The earmarked funds will help deliver new and upgraded infrastructure and amenities to the wider SEQ region, including Springfield and surrounds.

Jordan MP Charis Mullen is seeking input from members of the Springfield community via a brief survey, linked below.

“This is a really important opportunity for our communities to see tangible improvements to local parks, sporting club-houses, and environmental spaces,” Ms Mullen said.

The survey will remain open until Tuesday, August 8.

Ipswich City Council will then liaise with Ms Mullen and other state representatives in the nominations process, according to the City Deal.

Story courtesy of the Greater Springfield times


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