Inner South Canberra and North Canberra Community Councils call for Assembly inquiry into proposed Territory Plan Variation 369, which they believe does not properly address 30 % canopy cover target and is too complex.
NCCC is supportive of the YWCA’s mission, but the benefits of this change of land use must be weighed up carefully, and the scope to mitigate adverse impacts and improve this development and its long term performance or locate it elsewhere should be taken into consideration. T
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?
NCCC’s submission on West Basin Re-development Plan – Phase 2 Boardwalk and Land Reclamation
An NCCC representation on DA202036926 on a proposed LEASE VARIATION – To vary the Crown lease to permit increased vehicular access from Angas Street
The North Canberra Community Council (NCCC) believes that the Draft Variation no.368 (DV368) should not proceed to the Committee stage until there has been a more extensive consultation process number of outstanding issues relating to heritage, planning and sustainability
The NCCC notes that to date, the EPBC Act, with all its good intentions, has failed to arrest or reverse the continuing decline of biodiversity in Australia. A much more drastic,
radical, proactive and effective way needs to be found to address this fundamental crisis.
We have asked the Planning Minister and to the Minister for Urban Renewal to keep Dickson Section 72 for community and cultural purposes. Section 72 is the area between the Dickson Swimming Pool and the Dickson playing fields
The Lyneham Community Association advises that a community petition with 1553 signatures opposed to the proposal by Brindabella Christian College to sub-lease and develop a portion of Lyneham Neighbourhood Oval was lodged in the ACT Legislative Assembly recently. (See petition no. 9-15). After consideration of the petition, and noting that approximately 90% of those asked to sign, did so, the Lyneham Community Association (LCA) has adopted a clearer position, consistent with the petition, opposing the sub-leasing and development proposal, and released the following media statement and position statement: