The ACT Government has announced the City to the Lake which is a transformational project being developed within The City Plan, and is integral to realising the City’s potential as the ACT embark on its second century. It is about creating a new public waterfront address and identity for the City. It is about realising Commonwealth Park and City Hill as celebrated urban parks unified with the centre of the City. The project connects the City across Parkes Way and includes several important civic projects.
The ACT Government is holding four City to the Lake seminars at the CMAG Theatrette:
Residents who use the short stay carpark situated opposite Woolworths in Dickson are advised By the ACt Government that due to site investigation work involving a geotechnical study of Block 21 Section 30 Dickson, use of parts of the carpark will be restricted from 3 December 2012.
The work to be undertaken by geotechnical engineers will involve access to several car spaces per drill site which will be fenced off for the safety of motorists and pedestrians. Click for further details.
Downer residents are invited to view and comment on the revised draft plans for the development of the Downer local centre precinct.
Residents can attend the following drop-in session:
When: Wednesday 27 June 2012, 6:00pm to 8.30pm
Where: Downer Community Centre.
Letters of invitation will delivered to all Downer residents during the week beginning Monday 18 June 2012.
More information is available at the ACT Government Downer Re-development website
Telephone enquiries may be directed to Ross McKay on 0409 469 645 or Alison Abernethy 02 6207 5443.
Canberrans are invited to comment on the recommendations of the draft master plan for Haig Park.
Haig Park is listed on the ACT Heritage Register and is a significant landscape feature in the inner north of Canberra.
National Capital Plan Draft Amendment 75 – Australian Defence Force Academy and Royal Military College Duntroon Master Plan has recently been prepared by the National Capital Authority. Written submissions in response to the Master Plan will be considered up until the close of business on 17 May 2012.
The document can be viewed or downloaded by logging into the NCA website www.nationalcapital.gov.au . For further information contact Rebecca Sorensen on 02 6271 2888 or email email@example.com . The North Canberra Community Council has concerns about the long term future of blocks of land where nationally endangered native temperate grassland is present.