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Brian will focus on Hobart being a great place to live, work, and enjoy life
  • Brian is endorsed by Rob Valentine, New Town resident and former Lord Mayor: click 'Here'
  • Brian is the founding President of Hobart Not Highrise Inc. (re-elected Sep.2018), managing its campaign to change the planning laws to keep Hobart a low-rise, human-scale, heritage city, with modern amenity. (See The Mercury 18th July). The issue of absolute maximum heights is now out for public consultation.
  • Brian is New Town Community Association Inc. founding Vice-President (re-elected Sep. 2018), involved in the New Town Precinct re-development (works start in early 2019), Christmas Carols, etc.
  • Brian has a history of working with the community.
  • Brian will be a full-time alderman. Your vote for Brian Corr is a vote for Hobart's future as a low-rise human-scale heritage city.
Brian says: "A number of residents, in conversations about Hobart and its future, have asked that I stand for Council. I am grateful for their encouragement & advice. Hobart has great challenges and possibilities ahead, and I would love to be involved, to help keep Hobart a great place to live, work, & enjoy life; making our heritage work for us."
Brian Corr
For Brian's position on some current topical issues,
maximum building heights, cable car, council amalgamations, City Deal,
click:
Brian's 10 Policies:
 Brian will work to keep Hobart a low-rise human-scale city
 Brian will work to reduce traffic congestion, while protecting our business community
 Brian will work to protect residents against loss of amenity (sunlight etc.) in residential areas
 Brian will work closely with community groups, keeping Local Government 'local'
 Brian will work towards Hobart being an official 'Age-Friendly City'
 Brian will work to promote Hobart's heritage buildings and views
 Brian will work to retain ownership of City of Hobart-owned land & buildings
 Brian will work to keep rates close to the Consumer Price Index (CPI)
 Brian will work for Hobart to become carbon-neutral, and plan for climate change
 Brian will work to have the use of 3D modelling extended in the City's planning area
* Click on each policy number for more details
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