The North Canberra Community Council has been made aware of the following development application occuring at EPIC (which is technically categorized as part of the Gungahlin District):
|Development Application: 201016979|
|Address: FEDERAL HIGHWAY|
|Block: 429 Section: 0|
|Proposal: Non Residential – Demolition of existing service station, restaurant and removal of underground storage tanks. Clearing site for development of tourist facilities comprising of service station and restaurant.|
|Period for comments closes: 09/04/2010|
|Click here to view the plans|
This development application should be read in conjunction with the intent of the following NCA Draft Development Control Plan (171/10/0002) which has also been published on the NCCC website: Invitation to Comment: EPIC & Kamberra Winery Draft Development Control Plan (closing 29 March 2010)
Individuals may wish to lodge comments and make their own representations on these development applications. Generally the majority of the development application documentation will be available online, however copies of the applications can also be inspected at the ACTPLA Customer Service Centre, Dame Pattie Menzies House, Ground Floor (South), 16 Challis Street, Dickson. The Customer Service Centre is open on weekdays from 8:30am to 4:30pm.
Representations must be forwarded to the ACTPLA Applications Secretariat at 16 Challis Street Dickson, by email to or mailed to email@example.com PO Box 365, Mitchell ACT 2911 by the due date.
All representations will be acknowledged by ACTPLA, and copies of all representations received will be forwarded to the applicant and made available for public inspection.
Under agreed community engagement arrangements between ACTPLA and Community Councils, if requested, ACTPLA will offer the North Canberra Community Council a briefing on the statutory processes and policy related issues in relation to significant development applications. This may include, if requested, a briefing by the proponent.
Note: The North Canberra Community Council accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions in providing this information. Individuals should always refer to the ACTPLA website for details of all currently notified development applications.