Revegetation of Unallocated State Land
|Principal Petitioner||Kemp Killerby, Forest Lake|
|Closing Date||Mon, 22 May 2017|
|No. of signatures||79 signatures (View signatures)|
Residents draw to the attention of Council that in order to offset the amount of native vegetation that has been cleared in the Brisbane City Council's jurisdiction for housing, commerce and industry, etc. the re-vegetation of all Unallocated State Land within the Brisbane City Council be undertaken by the Brisbane City Council, its associates and subsidiaries, to provide natural habitat, wildlife corridors, native food sources, shelter and nesting sites, etc. for the local native fauna.
Your petitioners therefore request that from this day forward, all Unallocated State Land within the Brisbane City Council's jurisdiction be set aside for re-vegetation of local South East Queensland flora, that reflects the original botanical biodiversity of the City of Brisbane prior to European settlement. In the interest of enhancing the biodiversity of our native flora and fauna, we, the residents of the City of Brisbane, request that Council undertake this action in order to reflect the environmental desires and expectations of its constituents.