North Canberra Community Council

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Important – We Are A Volunteer Organisation, Not A Local Government
The main ACT contact for state and local government matters is Access Canberra: phone 13 22 81 or www.accesscanberra.act.gov.au.
Next Meeting:

  • Agenda: Committee Meeting 7pm 19 June 2024
     Confirmation of March 2024 General Meeting Minutes and April 2024 Committee Meeting Minutes  Chair’s Report Planning Review & Environment and Planning Forum discussions NCCC Succession Planning Treasurer’s report Other business Close of meeting Click for ZOOM details

Latest News

Volcanic Grassy Woodlands Threat

Ainslie and Braddon residents are concerned about a proposal for a new phone tower on the corner of Quick Street and Limestone Avenue.
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Early Access: Register now to attend new training in 2024

The Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate (EPSDD) is pleased to advise registrations are now open to attend a new set of training sessions on the ACT planning system.  Training will start on 6 February 2024 and run to May 2024.  New training will help you build the practical skills...
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Incorporating the Ainslie Volcanics site into the Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve

The petition calls for Incorporating the Ainslie Volcanics site into the Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve  Call upon the ACT Government to urgently incorporate the following blocks into the Canberra Nature Park: AINSLIE: Blocks 2 and 3, Section 60  CAMPBELL: Block 4, Section 63 Petition the Federal Government to relinquish the...
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Who we are

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.

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