REID Development Application: 201017533 Address: 27 ELIMATTA STREET Block: 9 Section: 29

Proposal: MULTI UNIT-ADDITIONS-ALTERATIONS-UNIT 2. Proposal to demolish existing north western wall and moved towards the north western line by approximately 2.5 metres.; relocation of existing entrance and construction of window box to western wall; realignment of existing access path to relocated front door and associated landscaping. Period for representations closes: 29/02/2012 Click here to view the plans

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Development of Land in Braddon and Reid Community Information Session

The Community Services Directorate (CSD) would like to invite interested members of the community to an information session on the development of land in Braddon and Reid on 16 December 2011. The land in Braddon is occupied by Currong Apartments, Allawah Court and buildings owned by the Catholic Church. The land in Reid is occupied by Bega Court.

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Cooyong Street Urban Renewal Precinct: proposed planning changes to land fronting Cooyong Street between Donaldson Street and Boolee Street in Braddon and Reid

The community is invited to comment on a proposal to vary the Territory Plan for the Cooyong Street Urban Renewal Precinct (draft variation 308). The area is currently occupied by the Allawah, Bega and Currong Flats and various church uses. The draft variation proposes to change the zoning and introduce a precinct code which would allow high density residential and mixed-use redevelopment of the site with some retail, community and office space.

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ACT Policing: 21-year-old Reid Man faces court on multiple traffic charges

A 21-year-old Reid man will face the ACT Magistrates Court today (Monday, June 7) on six traffic charges and a breach of bail after he was apprehended by police driving in the inner Canberra area around noon yesterday. Police activated warning lights and siren and attempted a traffic stop on the red Ford Laser in Donaldson Street, Braddon shortly after midday. The driver refused to stop, and a pursuit was engaged. The driver was seen to exceed the speed limit in Elimatta Street and Ainslie Avenue, Braddon, and to ignore two stop signs. Speeds reached around 85km/h. The driver halted

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Potential redevelopment of Section 52 and 57 Braddon and Section 7 Reid – information sessions (01 & 03 June 2010)

The Department of Disability, Housing and Community Services (DHCS) would like to invite interested members of the community to a presentation on the Planning Study into the possible redevelopment of land in Braddon and Reid. The land in Braddon is currently occupied by Currong Apartments, Allawah Court and buildings owned by the Catholic Church. The land in Reid is currently occupied by Bega Court. The Planning Study is in response to the ACT Government’s initiative to prepare a draft Master Plan and develop a Territory Plan variation for the land so that a decision can be made on whether to

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Planning study into potential redevelopment of Sections 52 and 57 Braddon and Section 7 Reid (19 & 20 April 2010)

PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSIONS The Department of Disability Housing and Community Services (DHCS) would like to invite interested members of the community to an information session on a planning study into the potential redevelopment of land in Braddon and Reid. The land in Braddon is currently occupied by Currong Apartments, Allawah Court and buildings owned by the Catholic Church. The land in Reid is currently occupied by Bega Court. The planning study is in response to the ACT Government’s initiative to prepare a draft Master plan and develop a Territory Plan variation for the land so that a decision can be

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Tree planting underway at 23 sites in Canberra

The following is an ACT Government Media Release: Released 22/03/2010 The ACT Government has begun planting 570 trees at 23 sites across Canberra to replace those removed last year due to poor condition or for safety reasons, Chief Minister and Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, Jon Stanhope, announced today.

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