NCA is currently working on our tree management policy, a plan that will define how our urban treescape will look over the next 100 years and the pathway to make it happen. The Tree Management Policy (Draft) is now open for public consultation.
That the meeting (21 Nov 18) requests the NCCC to advocate to retain Section 72 for community and cultural purposes, including, but not limited to, action on the six recommendations in the Working Group’s position paper and in light of the issues and opportunities outlined in the paper.
When: 7pm (Disco for kids of all ages); 8.30 (Family movie: Myazaki’s acclaimed “Spirited Away,” rated PG.)
Sausage sizzle and popcorn will be available for purchase.
BYO esky, chair or picnic blanket
All children ust be accompanied by an adult.
Leon Arundell of NCCC has prepared a discussion paper on issues raised by alternative water and sewerage pricing options.
In place of our September General Meeting we will join with the Lyneham Community Association to host an election forum for the Kurrajong electorate which covers inner north and inner south Canberra.
This is your opportunity to quiz your local candidates and hear what they have to say.
On Tuesday (9 May) the ACT Government announced that household waste and recycling bins will not be collected on Friday 13 May 2016 due to industrial action by the drivers employed by collection contractor SUEZ.
This review of the building regulatory system is part of ongoing ACT Government reforms to ensure buildings meet contemporary standards – and the expectations of the community, industry practitioners and businesses and government alike. The Government is proposing reforms to the regulatory system, with the primary focus on residential buildings—single dwellings, townhouses and apartment buildings—and management of retention and project payments. Some of the proposals also apply to non-residential buildings. Anyone with an interest in building and construction is invited to have their say on the proposals outlined in the paper For more information, go to http://haveyoursay.planning.act.gov.au/improving-the-act-building-regulatory-system