ACAT overturns ACT government approval of Woolworths’ Dickson car park redevelopment

It’s been one year since the ACAT tribunal retired to consider their appeal against the redevelopment of a Dickson car park into a Coles supermarket and apartment complex. Front, Jane Goffman and Ron Brent. Behind, Denis O’Brien, Jacqui Pinkava, Rosemary Urquhart, Paul Costagan, Robin d’Arcy, and John Carroll. Photo: Jamila Toderas

In a decision handed down late on Thursday, the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal overturned ACTPLA’s decision to approve a controversial redevelopment of the Woolworths’ car park in Dickson.  The Tribunal determined the proposed development broke too many planning rules to be mitigated by conditions placed on its approval.

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