Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 04 Hansard (Tuesday, 3 May 2022) . . Page.. 1042 ..
- Adequate seating and adequate lighting;
- Outdoor fitness equipment;
- Play opportunities for children;
- Support of biodiversity for local wildlife.
In a recent survey 100% of respondents agreed that Braddon Park is in poor condition. The top 5 priorities of the community are:
1. upgrade playground to be more engaging and inclusive, including considerations for disabled people. (61 %)
2. Install better lighting. (55%)
3. Improve safety and accessibility of footpaths. (55%)
4. Provide more seating options, such as picnic tables. (52%)
5. Increase biodiversity, such as micro-forest. (49%)
Braddon Park—upgrades—petition 14-22
By Ms Lee, from 16 residents:
To the Speaker and Members of the Legislative Assembly for the Australian Capital Territory
• Braddon Park, a pocket park on Lowanna Street has been neglected for many years and does not have facilities to encourage community use.
• In a survey of residents, 100% of respondents agreed that Braddon Park is in poor condition;
• High density living in Braddon requires adequate community facilities to make city living a lifestyle choice.
The Clerk having announced that the terms of the petitions would be recorded in Hansard and referred to the appropriate ministers for response pursuant to standing order 100, the petitions were received.
The following response to a petition has been lodged:
By Ms Davidson, Minister for Disability, undated, in response to a petition lodged by Ms Lawder on 8 February 2022, concerning a proposed inquiry into the use of Auslan in the ACT.
The response read as follows:
Dear Mr Duncan
Thank you for your letter of 8 February 2022, regarding petition 33-21 – Auslan Rights, lodged by Ms Nicole Lawder MLA, on Tuesday 8 February 2022.