Springwood Park's green facelift

Work is under way to reshape a popular City of Logan park in a $1.3 million upgrade.
A wider one-way entry road and parking along both sides will be constructed in the stage one redevelopment of Springwood Park.
Existing toilets will be demolished and replaced by modern facilities.
The redesigned Cinderella Drive park will also have new dog off-leash areas with separate enclosures for small and large dogs.
Councillor Lisa Bradley says extensive consultation on the new design had been done.
‘I wanted the community’s input into this important local space,’ she says.
‘I’m very excited with the inclusion of native beehives and lots of trees, including lining the entry road and story library.’
Cr Bradley says Council waited to start work on the project to allow
the Springwood Tri-Service RSL Sub-Branch ANZAC
Day service to go
ahead.
Funding of $500,000 from the Queensland Government’s SEQ Community Stimulus Program for the project is being combined with Council’s Local  Infrastructure Program funds already committed to the park from Division 1.
The works are scheduled to be completed by the end of the year, weather permitting.

“I wanted the community's input into this important local space.”

— Cr Lisa Bradley

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