Tax invoices for 2017 memberships are now available on the Documents¬†Page.
The Gabba Business Association will be proudly unveiling Stage 1 of the Woolloongabba Gateway Master Plan.
Students from the School of Architecture at the University of Queensland in conjunction with the Brain Institute of Qld, Gabba Business Association and Brisbane City Council have explored the idea of what a Healthy City Barometer can be ‚Äď and yes this involves BEES.
The evening will showcase different ideas of how to define the precinct of Woolloongabba, provide a dedicated green space for public use and community involvement and identify pathways and linkages to connect the Gabba to the CBD frame and reinforcing it as the Southern Gateway.
We also be formally saying farewell to our immediate Past President, Glendon Young who has held the position for the past 10 years.
All are welcome. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will be provided. ¬†Alcoholic beverages can be purchased at the bar
Time: ¬†6pm, Tuesday, 24th¬†June, 2014
Location: Queensland Cricketers Club
411 Vulture Street East Brisbane Q 4169
Entry off Vulture Street ‚Äď Part of the STADIUM
Parking:¬†80 spaces available onsite. Map attached.
RSVP: Friday, 20th¬†June,
The Annual General Meeting to be held at Chalk Hotel, Cnr Stanley and Reid Streets, Woolloongabba at 6:00pm on 29 April 2014
Gabba Business Association president Glendon Young was featured in this Wednesday’s SouthEast Advertiser, raising awareness for our fight against the council’s proposed rate hikes in the Woolloongabba area. ¬†You can see a print-out of the article here.
If you have not already done so, remember you can still sign the petition at the Brisbane City Council site.