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December 2021 Newsletter

We have reached the end of another busy year and the NCCC would like to thank all members who have contributed their time and labour across a vast range of issues in ACT planning policy and development proposals over the past twelve months. 2022 is likely to be just as

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NCCC October 2021 Newsletter

The NCCC Committee has been undertaking preparations for the Annual General Meeting, which is scheduled to be held on Wednesday 17 November. In addition to the election of the new office bearers and NCCC Committee, the AGM will include a discussion on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing the NCCC

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Latest DAs

24 Angas Street, Ainslie, ACT – Closes: 2022-02-14;

Description: PROPOSAL FOR MULTI UNIT DEVELOPMENT & LEASE VARIATION – construction of co-housing development including 3 new single storey attached dwellings with attached two storey shared facilities, two covered car spaces, landscaping and associated works. Lease Variation to permit 'co-housing' and allow 3 dwellings.

196 Mouat Street, Lyneham, ACT – Closes: 2022-02-15;

Description: PROPOSAL FOR LEASE VARIATION AND NEW SIGNAGE – Lease variation to subdivide the block into two, installation of new signage for the childcare centre, and associated works.

202 City Walk, City, ACT – Closes: 2022-02-15;

Description: PROPOSAL FOR ALTERATIONS TO EXISTING COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT – minor demolition work to accommodate alterations to the building faade, new awning and window shades, civil works, signage and associated works.

43 Dickinson Street, Watson, ACT – Closes: 2022-02-14;

Description: PROPOSAL FOR DUAL OCCUPANCY – construction of 2 new single storey dwellings with attached garages, landscaping and associated works.

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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.