The petition calls for Incorporating the Ainslie Volcanics site into the Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve Call upon the ACT Government to urgently incorporate the following blocks into the Canberra Nature Park: AINSLIE: Blocks 2 and 3, Section 60 CAMPBELL: Block 4, Section 63 Petition the Federal Government to relinquish the area of the “Wolseley Drive” access corridor adjacent to these blocks, so it can also be incorporated into the Mt Ainslie Nature Reserve. Click to complete the petition
I’m sure you’ve heard that the National Capital Authority (NCA) has approved ‘early works’ redevelopment of the Australian War Memorial, despite receiving a record number of submissions opposing the work.
See the attached brochure from the Lake Burley Griffin Guardians addressing West Basin and Acton Park. The Lake Burley Griffin Guardians are a non-profit community group committed to safeguarding one of Canberra’s greatest treasures, the open space of Lake Burley Griffin and its lakeshore landscape setting.
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?
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
Join the 50th Birthday events to celebrate Dickson Library
The ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal has varied the conditions of approval of a Northbourne Avenue development. As a result of an appeal brought by the North Canberra Community Council, the Tribunal ordered changes to the conditions that apply to the proposed development. The changes include reducing building heights, increasing on-site parking and increasing solar access. The tribunal also acknowledged that broader traffic issues “cannot be properly addressed by looking at one development, or even one street, but needs a broader approach.” The tribunals’ decision is at http://acat.act.gov.au/decisions/north-canberra-community-council-v-act-planning-and-land-authority-and-anor-administrative-review-2019-acat-87