The NCCC was delighted to host its first ever online General Meeting in July, with many members logging in via Zoom last week to hear guest presentations on the historic Dickson Aerodrome, new Dickson Walk-in Health Centre and the planned changes to the bus network. The next General Meeting (16 September), which will also be held online, will feature a Kurrajong candidates forum for the upcoming ACT election. Information on how to access the online meeting will be enclosed in the next General Meeting Agenda. NCCC updates Consultation commences on the ACT Planning Review: The NCCC notes that work on …
For those interested in the history of Canberra, a new edition of Alan Foskett’s book, “The Campbell Community: the history of the Canberra suburb of Campbell 1957-2008 (and before)” has been printed with generous support from the NCCC.
How many of Canberra’s residents know the city’s original aerodrome was at Dickson? And how many might know the aerodrome—which half a century later became known as the Northbourne Aviation Ground—played a major role in the formation of the national capital?
As we reach the halfway point of the year, the 2020 ACT election campaign is gathering momentum. There has been a number of new pledges and announcements over the past month, including additional infrastructure in Braddon and Dickson, tree planting, and the announcement of additional bus services.
The past month has given some cause for cautious optimism with Canberra, having so far avoided any serious outbreaks of COVID-19, beginning to take the first tentative steps towards re-opening.
It has been a truly eventful year, with the devastating impacts of the summer bushfires and Covid-19 continuing to ripple through society and through the inner north community
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.
You are invited to attend a community drop-in session at the Australian War Memorial. At these sessions you can speak to Memorial staff about their Development Project plans
Temporary improvements to the Dickson Pool forecourt will help you enjoy this space more this summer. If you’ve come along to have a look at these improvements please take the ACT Government’s 2 minute survey so they know how you feel the new space is working and what else they could consider. Your feedback will inform a detailed design for other upgrades in the future. The upgrades follow engagement with the community, which told the ACT Government the upgrades were one of their top priorities and suggested how this space could be improved. The improvements include new landscaping, shade, seating, bike …