The Chronicle: Residents fight for consultation (Development Applications in Campbell)

In the 20 October 2009 edition of the City Chronicle, journalist Elliot Woods writes about the concern Campbell residents are expressing that there is not enough transparent consultation regarding development applications and Campbell is being severely neglected in terms of  provision of essential municipal services and facilities.

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Reminder: Invitation to comment on Community Facility Zones (Closing 23 October 2009)

The ACT Planning and Land Authority (ACTPLA) has released an online discussion paper which examines the Community Facility Zone Development Code and associated development tables. Community facility zones are traditionally associated with things like child care or community centres, cultural facilities and places of worship. The paper

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Development Applications in the North Canberra district open to public comment for 16 October 2009

Each week, the North Canberra Community Council is sent a weekly summary of all new significant development applications that are also notified in the Canberra Times and on ACTPLA’s website at the following link: http://apps.actpla.act.gov.au/pubnote/index.asp The latest development applications lodged for the North Canberra area and open

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The Chronicle: Residents defeated on woodland (Australian Heritage Village, Watson)

In the 13 October 2009 edition of the City Chronicle, journalist Elliot Woods writes about the despondency of Watson residents and community environmentalists feel in their unsuccessful  attempts to defend precious endangered woodland and buildings around the Australian Heritage Village.

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Curfew4Canberra: Notice of upcoming Annual General Meeting (5 November 2009)

An open letter from the committee of Curfew4Canberra and details of their upcoming Annual General Meeting: Dear C4C Members, Friends and Supporters, It is now over 6 weeks since the Federal Minister’s disastrous decision to approve a 24-hour freight hub at Canberra Airport – a very sad

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