3.1 Establish new and grow existing partnerships with private landowners, volunteer groups and government programs to increase the area of land protected, restore strategic habitat and conserve priority species.
3.2 Implement a suite of tools which are fiscally responsible to enable practical, community-focused partnerships to safeguard areas of high value for their environmental, recreational and hazard mitigation functions
3.3 Partner with government, research institutions and businesses to undertake targeted research and conservation actions on strategic habitat and priority species in the city.
3.4 Continue to work collaboratively with stakeholders and landowners to coordinate bushfire, pest plant and animal management in the city.
3.5 Work with the development industry, major infrastructure providers and government to direct investments and activities in the permanent protection of important natural assets and provision of vegetation offsets arising from the City Plan, the Queensland Government's Environmental Offsets Act 2014 and the Commonwealth's Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, to help secure the city's critical wildlife corridors, core habitat areas and substantial remnants.