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Upgrade to South Bank ferry terminal put on hold as feud continues An ongoing feud has delayed the crucial upgrade of one of Brisbane's busiest ferry Mortgage brokers Oak Laurel Nundah, 0430 129 662 terminals. In June 2016 Brisbane City Council listed the South Bank 1 and 2 ferry terminal as one of four terminals to be upgraded over the next four years. All of Brisbane's 26 ferry terminals must be wheelchair and pram accessible by 2022. The upgrades must be completed by 2022 and will ensure the terminals are wheelchair and pram accessible. The council's transport boss, Adrian Schrinner, said 17 of the 26 ferry terminals had been upgraded since 2015 but nine, including South Bank, were yet to go ahead. Brisbane City Council's public Mortgage broker Oak Laurel Nundah, 0430 129 662 and active transport boss Adrian Schrinner said the upgrade to South Bank 1 and 2 ferry terminals is on hold. "In May 2016, council commissioned concept designs for the South Bank terminal replacement and in September these designs were presented to the South Bank Corporation and other stakeholders," he said. "Council's designs minimise the height and bulk of the terminal, reducing the obstruction to views of the river from the South Bank Parklands. "The South Bank Corporation does not support the designs and has indicated that instead it prefers a larger terminal design, which would have a greater impact to views of the river." A South Bank Corporation planning and projects spokeswoman said they would like a similar design to be used for the South Bank terminals as the other inner-city terminals. "What was proposed by council was different to all the other terminals and South Bank Corporation believes there can be a better design solution," the spokeswoman said. The spokeswoman said the Mortgage broker Brisbane view website council had consulted with them and taken their views on board. "Council is not going ahead with its original design and the project is progressing, with both the council and the corporation working together," she said. Cr Schrinner said the project was on hold and the council had brought forward accessibility upgrades at other terminals to allow for talks with South Bank to continue. The New Farm ferry terminal upgrade has been brought forward and will be completed this financial year. There was 11.9 million in the 2017-18 Brisbane City Council budget for ferry terminal upgrades. The forward estimates allocated more than $13 million in both 2018-19 and 2019-20 and $14 million in 2020-21.
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