Powerful partnership delivers results for Pumicestone

Powerful partnership delivers results for Pumicestone

An implementation update for the Pumicestone Passage and Catchment Action Plan shows that two years in, 88 per cent of the 41 actions are either in progress or completed, demonstrating the power of a partnership between Sunshine Coast Council, Moreton Bay Regional Council and 30 other local organisations.

The achievements to date have been outlined in a progress report, available now on the Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay Regional Council websites.

Sunshine CoastEnvironment Portfolio Councillor Jenny McKay said the partnership, referred to as the Pumicestone Catchment Network, remains focused on protecting and enhancing the Pumicestone Passage and its Catchment.

“Getting 30 plus organisations to work together is a significant achievement in itself so having 88 per cent of the actions in progress or completed shows the strength of this partnership, the commitment the groups have to the passage and its catchment, and the high value they place on the role of the passage in our region,” Cr McKay said.

“The network will continue to work together to deliver the remaining actions, to keep the momentum going and ensure this valuable asset is effectively managed and enhanced for not only today’s residents and visitors but for the future.”

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