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  • Committee Meeting – 21 Oct 20
    For details of the meeting please contact the Secretary at The committee is mainly for the committee but members of the public can attend as observers.

The Latest News from NCCC

September 2020 Newsletter

In September, the NCCC hosted its first online Candidates Forum on Zoom. The event, which was put together in partnership with the RiotACT and hosted by Canberra journalist and Region Media Group Editor Genevieve Jacobs, discussed a number of important issues for North Canberra residents, from planning issues to local health services.

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August 20 Newsletter

It has been another busy month in North Canberra planning news. In particular, the recent use of Ministerial ‘call-in’ powers to fast-track the Dickson ‘Common Ground’ development exemplifies many of the concerns by residents about the current nature of the ACT’s planning processes.

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Latest DAs

6 Bulloo Place, Kaleen, ACT – Closes: 2020-10-30;

Description: PROPOSAL FOR DUAL OCCUPANCY – Construction of a single storey residence in addition to existing residence, landscaping, tree removal and associated works.

2 Anzac Park, Campbell, ACT – Closes: 2020-10-26;

Description: LEASE VARIATION – Subdivision of the block into two crown leases.

43 Forbes Street, Turner, ACT – Closes: 2020-10-15;

Description: LEASE VARIATION to consolidate blocks 7 & 8 Section 62 Turner and vary the lease to permit a maximum of eight (8) dwellings.

37 Oakover Circuit, Kaleen, ACT – Closes: 2020-10-12;

Description: PROPOSAL FOR MULTIPLE DWELLING AND LEASE VARIATION – Demolition of existing dwelling and tree removal, construction of 2 single storey dwellings, attached garages, landscaping and associated works. Lease variation to allow supportive housing.

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The North Canberra Community Council (NCCC) is the officially recognised peak community body representing the interests and concerns of the residents and businesses within the Inner North region of Canberra.  We liaise with the ACT Government, our community and other interested parties to promote and enhance the economic, cultural, social and environmental wellbeing of the North Canberra community.

The NCCC is made up of volunteers who regularly engage with the various suburban groups and residents in our area so we can work together to preserve what is best about North Canberra and ensure that as we grow and redevelop that it is always a great place to live, work and play.