North Canberra Community Council

Suburbs & Development

North Canberra Location Map

North Canberra, also known as the Inner North, is made up of the central city area (Civic), the Australian National University, the University of NSW at ADFA, Duntroon, the Australian Catholic University, and 14 suburbs.

In the 2016 Census it housed over 53,002 people (13.3% of the Australian Capital Territory’s total population) in over 21,555 dwellings. The area is rapidly transforming, with a major investment in a new light rail service between Civic and Gungahlin.

North Canberra forms part of the Territory’s Kurrajong electorate, which covers much of the original site surveyed by Charles Scrivener and shown on Walter Burley Griffin’s and Marion Mahony Griffin’s plans for the national capital dating back to 1912.

It is one of the oldest parts of the city, incorporating large original land grants to Robert Campbell and Joshua John Moore in the 1830s next to the Molonglo River, and many smaller farms and properties pre-federation. This was all Ngunnawal land, and many traditional owners and their elders (past and present) live in the region and have enduring links to this land today.

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North Canberra Suburbs

 

Acton

Location Map for Acton
Location Map for Acton

Acton is a suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Acton covers an area west of the CBD, bordered by Black Mountain to the west and Lake Burley Griffin in the south. The Australian National University campus covers most of the suburb, though also located in Acton is National Film and Sound Archive, a branch of the CSIRO and the National Museum of Australia. The population of Acton on census night 2001 was 1846 people, mostly students living at the Australian National University.

Acton was named in approximately 1843 by Lieutenant Arthur Jeffreys, RN, after a town in Denbighshire, Wales. The name of the area was kept as the suburb name when Canberra was built.

The population count of Acton on census night 2021 was 2,848 people.

 

Most Recent Acton Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Acton or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 16 Kendall Lane, City, ACT

Development Application: 201936023

Desecription: LEASE VARIATION - consolidation of the Crown lease over blocks 8 and 11 section 24 City with the Crown lease over block 1 section 115 city and block 12 section 24 city.
Comment closure date: 2019-10-10


Address: 20 Frith Road, Acton, ACT

Development Application: 200916410

Desecription: COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL;ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS;DEMOLITION- Proposed augmentation of Civic Substation including expansion of existing switchyard, modification to 132kV line termination, installation of new electrical equipment, new security fence around facility, demolition of existing security fence and part of control room building.
Comment closure date:



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Ainslie

Location Map for Ainslie
Location Map for Ainslie

Ainslie is a leafy suburb in the Inner North of Canberra, Australia.
The suburb is bounded by Limestone Ave and Majura Ave to the west, Mount Ainslie to the east, Quick Street to the south and the suburb of Hackett to the north.

Ainslie is within walking distance of the Canberra CBD (Civic), the nature trails of Mount Ainslie, the Australian War Memorial and the many Asian and other restaurants of Dickson. The combination of its central position, the abundance of early, heritage-listed houses and mature street trees makes it one of Canberra’s most desirable locations. The suburb has been one of the Canberra suburbs showing strongest increases in property values in recent years. Having been originally a predominantly blue-collar area with a high proportion of public housing, Ainslie has gradually gentrified.

The population count of Ainslie on census night 2021 was 5,376 people.

Local Groups:

Ainslie Residents Association


Most Recent 5 Ainlsie Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Ainslie or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 61 Hannan Crescent, Ainslie, ACT

Development Application: 202342389

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR NEW SWIMMING POOL - construction of new swimming pool and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-08


Address: 9 Winnecke Street, Ainslie, ACT

Development Application: 202342196

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR NEW DWELLING AND SECONDARY RESIDENCE AND LEASE VARIATION - demolition of the existing dwelling and construction of new two storey dwelling and attached two storey secondary residence, driveway works, reconstruction of common party wall of original duplex and associated works. Lease variation to permit secondary residence.
Comment closure date: 2023-11-10


Address: 26 Angas Street, Ainslie, ACT

Development Application: 202342192

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR GARAGE AND CARPORT - demolition of the existing garage/work room and carport and the construction of a new garage, carport, work room and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-30


Address: 73 Ebden Street, Ainslie, ACT

Development Application: 202342108

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - partial demolition of existing dwelling, demolition of driveway and fence, alterations and additions to the existing dwelling, brick garden wall, fence, driveway works, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-09-28


Address: 9 Lister Crescent, Ainslie, ACT

Development Application: 202341813

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - alterations and additions include an extension to the existing dwelling, new deck, garage and garden shed, tree removal, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-09-01



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Braddon

Location Map for Braddon
Location Map for Braddon

Braddon is an inner north suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Located north of the Canberra CBD, Braddon contains a commercial area centred on Mort and Lonsdale streets, which run parallel to Northbourne Avenue. The area includes several small art galleries, car rental agencies, a few mid-market restaurants, cafes and bars, trendy gift and clothes shops, as well as several sprawling car dealerships, liquor stores, a video store, and a Centrelink office. The most popular predominantly working-class pub in and around Civic, The Civic Pub, is also located in Braddon. There are also a number of low-rise office blocks in the suburb, including the Canberra offices of News Corporation and Colmar Brunton and the headquarters of the ACT division of the Australian Labor Party.

Away from the commercial areas, much of the previously suburban housing in Braddon has been replaced with apartment buildings which are popular for some due to their relatively close proximity to Civic. Fenner Hall a residence of the Australian National University is located along Northbourne Avenue. The suburb is socially mixed with its population including many younger professionals and students, along with some recipients of public housing assistance. Some traditional single-family homes do remain where the suburb borders Ainslie and Dickson.

The population count of Braddon on census night 2021 was 6,383 people.

Braddon is named after Sir Edward Braddon, a Federalist, legislator and a participant in the writing of the Australian Constitution. Streets in Braddon are named after various things including aboriginal words, legislators and pioneers.

Links

Braddon Collective


Most Recent 5 Braddon Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Braddon or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 39 Limestone Avenue, Braddon, ACT

Development Application: 202342259

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND LEASE VARIATION - Minor extension to existing commercial building and associated works. Lease variation to increase the gross floor area and to increase the maximum number of hotel rooms permitted.
Comment closure date: 2023-11-29


Address: 90 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon, ACT

Development Application: 202341871

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR 9 STOREY MIXED USE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT - demolition of the existing building and structures, construction of a nine-storey mixed use building consisting of 105 apartments and four commercial units, 3 levels of basement car parking, landscaping and tree removal, new driveway verge crossings and associated works. Lease variation to permit shop and non-retail commercial uses.
Comment closure date: 2023-08-25


Address: 40 Ijong Street, Braddon, ACT

Development Application: 202341791

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR MULTI-UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND LEASE VARIATION - Demolition of existing block, construction of five 3 storey dwellings with rooftop terraces and basement carparking, new driveway/verge crossing, landscaping, tree removal and associated works. Lease Variation to permit five (5) dwellings.
Comment closure date: 2023-08-02


Address: 3 Lonsdale Street, Braddon, ACT

Development Application: 202341859

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR A NEW SIGNAGE - Installation of third-party LED advertising sign on the roof top and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-07-24


Address: 34 Lowanna Street, Braddon, ACT

Development Application: 202341666

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - partial demolition of existing dwelling, shed, concrete pavement and garden beds. Construction of additions to the existing dwelling, new garage, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-06-07



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Campbell

Location Map for Campbell
Location Map for Campbell

Campbell (postcode: 2612) is a suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Covering an area to the South East of the central business district, Campbell sits at the base of Mount Ainslie. The population of Campbell on census night 2021 was 6,564 people.

The suburb of Campbell is named after Robert Campbell, the owner of Duntroon station on which Campbell is now located. Many buildings built by Robert Campbell and his family are still standing around Canberra, including Blundell’s Cottage, St John the Baptist Church, Reid, Duntroon House (now part of RMC Duntroon) and Yarralumla House (now Government House).

Located in Campbell are the Australian War Memorial, Royal Military College, Duntroon and the Australian Defence Force Academy, CSIRO Corporate Headquarters. Also with addresses in the suburb are the ‘Ainslie Village’ accommodation centre for people with special needs and the Campbell Park Offices.

Schools located in the suburb include Campbell High School, Campbell Primary School and Canberra Grammar Northside Infant School.

Local Groups:


Most Recent 5 Campbell Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Campbell or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 21 Elliott Place, Campbell, ACT

Development Application: 202342091

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR A SECONDARY RESIDENCE - demolition of shed, construction of new single storey secondary residence in addition to the existing dwelling, porch, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-16


Address: 3 Key Street, Campbell, ACT

Development Application: 202342132

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR NEW PERGOLA - Proposal for a new steel-frame pergola with roof cover and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-09-29


Address: 8 Holmes Crescent, Campbell, ACT

Development Application: 202139053

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR EXISTING RETAINING WALL - retrospective approval for stone retaining stone walls.
Comment closure date: 2023-06-14


Address: 53 Vasey Crescent, Campbell, ACT

Development Application: 202341565

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DECK - construction of deck, pergola and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-05-17


Address: 17 Jacka Crescent, Campbell, ACT

Development Application: 202341327

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - Demolition of existing garage, extension to the existing dwelling, new courtyard walls, new single garage, driveway, tree removal and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-03-01



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

City Centre

Location Map for Canberra City
Location Map for Canberra City

City Centre or Civic (postcode: 2601) is the central business district of Canberra, Australia’s capital city.

The city centre was officially established in 1927. It was meant to be called Civic Centre from Walter Burley Griffin’s plan with a corresponding “Market Centre” located at what is now Russell, but Prime Minister Stanley Bruce vetoed the idea and it became officially known as City Centre, and the idea of the “Market Centre” was abandoned. However, City Centre is still most commonly referred to as “Civic”.

The population of Civic on census night 2021 was 4,835 people.


Most Recent 5 Canberra City Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Canberra City or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 125 Bunda Street, City, ACT

Development Application: 202139665

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO EXISTING COMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT - partial demolition of the existing entrance, feature wall and glazing, construction of a new entryway, new columns, and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2022-03-09


Address: 125 Bunda Street, City, ACT

Development Application: 202139727

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO EXISTING COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND LEASE VARIATION - upgrades to the existing faade along Bunda street, installation of new signage, extension to existing tenancy, new shopfronts and existing shopfront upgrades, civil and associated works. Lease variation; change to the purpose clause to add 'Vehicle Sales limited to Electric Vehicles' as a permitted use; amendment of gross floor area by an additional 300sqm.
Comment closure date: 2022-03-04


Address: 202 City Walk, City, ACT

Development Application: 202139681

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ALTERATIONS TO EXISTING COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT - minor demolition work to accommodate alterations to the building faade, new awning and window shades, civil works, signage and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2022-02-15


Address: 5 Farrell Place, City, ACT

Development Application: 202139367

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO EXISTING COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT - alterations and additions to the existing commercial building consisting of renovation of the ground floor entrances which includes addition of a new doorway to the caf; alterations of basement including reduction in the number of existing car parking spaces, addition of bicycle parking spaces, three new motorcycle parking spaces, new bathroom amenities and locker room, landscaping works at ground floor and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2021-12-01


Address: 125 Bunda Street, City, ACT

Development Application: 202139146

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR A NEW SIGN - Proposed new illuminated sign enclosed within the existing glass box on Level 1 of the Canberra Centre.
Comment closure date: 2021-11-16



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Dickson

Dickson is a suburb in the Inner North of Canberra, Australia. It is named after Sir James Dickson (1832-1901) who was a Queensland advocate of Australian Federation and one of the founders of the Australian Constitution. There is no specific theme for street names.

The population count of Dickson on census night 2021 was 3,292 people.

Local Groups:

Most Recent 5 Dickson Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Dickson or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 30 Marsden Street, Dickson, ACT

Development Application: 202342370

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - partial demolition of existing windows, installation of a new sliding door, internal alterations and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-08


Address: 19 Challis Street, Dickson, ACT

Development Application: 202342394

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR A NEW SIGN - Installation of pylon sign on the verge of Challis Street adjoining block 45 section 33 Dickson and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-08


Address: 50 Antill Street, 36 Badham Street, Dickson, ACT

Development Application: 202342129

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO EXISTING MIXED USE AND LEASE VARIATION - Addition of a structural support column to the existing steel pergola, and associated works. Lease Variation for stratum subdivision into multiple blocks contained within two Crown leases.
Comment closure date: 2023-11-01


Address: 18 Challis Street, Dickson, ACT

Development Application: 202341922

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR LEASE VARIATION - variation of the Crown lease to - a) reduce the minimum number of parking spaces required in the multi-level car parking structure from three hundred and twenty five (325) to two hundred and fifty (250); and b) add the following additional uses: (i) craft workshop; (ii) shop, limited to a maximum gross floor area of 25m2.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-16


Address: 12 Lowrie Street, Dickson, ACT

Development Application: 202341599

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR MULTI UNIT DEVELOPMENT AND LEASE VARIATION - demolition of existing dwelling, construction of one 3 storey building consisting of three residential dwellings, landscaping, tree removal and associated works. Lease Variation to permit a maximum of three dwellings.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-16



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts.  Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Downer

Location Map for Downer
Location Map for Downer

Downer is a suburb in Canberra Australia, in the Inner North. The suburb is bounded by Northbourne Avenue, Antill Street and Philip Avenue.

The suburb was gazetted in 1960 and named after Sir John Downer (1844 – 1915) Premier of South Australia and a member of the first Australian Senate in 1901. There is no specific theme for street names.

The buildings which make up the Downer community centre and former shops, were built for the CSIRO in 1930s, and the area now comprising Downer was an agricultural research facility for the CSIRO. The area now comprising the suburb was used between 1939-45 as a plantation for the growth of opium poppy to provide a source for medications in the unavailability of imported supplies. The large pine and gum trees which surround the block around the shops were planted in this time as a wind break for the CSIRO building. Large trees (Camden Woolybutts) along Swinden street were also planted then, as Swinden street was the driveway for the CSIRO building, where it connected to Northbourne Avenue. With the development of the suburb the trees became diseased during the 1980s and a program is underway to replace them with more amenable local varieties of gum. As of September 2008, all but two or three of the older Swinden Street gums have been removed.

Downer has a local oval between Frencham, Melba, Bonython and Bradfield streets, with a shopping centre. However in 2005 the shopping centre was vacant due partly to the poor location of the centre away from major roads. There is also the Canberra Business Centre nearby, which at one time was a school. The Downer Club, which has an observatory, is nearby, although not technically in Downer, on the Dickson side of Antill Street.

The population count of Downer on census night 2021 was 4,296 people.

Local Groups:


Most Recent 5 Downer Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Downer or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 558 Northbourne Avenue, Downer, ACT

Development Application: 202342285

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - Partial demolition and internal alterations of existing dwelling, addition includes a ground and upper floor extension, decking, new front entrance, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-01


Address: 62 Phillip Avenue, Downer, ACT

Development Application: 202342312

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR A SECONDARY RESIDENCE - demolition of existing shed, fence and tree removal. Construction of a new single storey secondary residence in addition to the existing dwelling with concrete landing and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-11-24


Address: 3 Swinden Street, Downer, ACT

Development Application: 202342086

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DEMOLITION - demolition of the existing dwelling and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-05


Address: 42 Banfield Street, Downer, ACT

Development Application: 202342036

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR A SECONDARY RESIDENCE - demolition of existing metal shed, construction of secondary residence with carport and alfresco, new carport connected to the existing dwelling, tree removal and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-09-29


Address: 3 Banfield Street, Downer, ACT

Development Application: 202341784

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - partial demolition of the existing dwelling, demolition of garage, carport, porch, alterations and additions including single storey extension, timber deck, garage and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-07-03



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.) 

Hackett

Location Map for Hackett
Location Map for Hackett

Hackett is an Inner North suburb of Canberra. It was named after Sir John Winthrop Hackett (1848-1916), who was a newspaper editor and worker for the Federation of Australia. Streets in Hackett are named after scientists.

Hackett is next to Watson, Dickson and Ainslie. It is bounded by Antill street and Philip avenue, and the Canberra Nature Park of Mt Ainslie/Mt Majura, with Mount Majura located behind Hackett to the east. Hackett has a neighbourhood oval, and shopping centre.

The population count of Hackett on census night 2021 was 3,227 people.

Local Groups:


Most Recent 5 Hackett Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Hackett or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 89 Rivett Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 202342310

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - proposal for developing an existing dwelling into a multi-generational house by construction of a single-storey extension, refurbishment of existing garage to a multipurpose multigenerational living space, new carport, solar envelope encroachment for the roof of the proposed extensions, landscaping, driveway works and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-11-20


Address: 19 Gilbert Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 202342135

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR A SECONDARY DWELLING - demolition of an existing garage, and the construction of a new garage, the conversion of an existing garage into a secondary residence, a new carport, a second driveway crossing, and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-16


Address: 42 Maitland Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 202342015

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR NEW PRIMARY AND SECONDARY DWELLING - Construction of a new two storey dwelling and a single storey secondary residence, driveway works, garages, landscaping and associated works
Comment closure date: 2023-09-27


Address: 23 Brennan Street, 62 Mackenzie Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 202341832

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR A DUAL OCCUPANCY - seeking retroactive approval for an expired development application for a dual occupancy, basement parking, swimming pools, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-08-04


Address: 6 Stott Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 202139619

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR FENCE - construction of a new fence to the front and side of the dwelling with an access gate, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-07-27



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Lyneham

Location Map for Lyneham
Location Map for Lyneham

Lyneham is a suburb of Canberra, in the Australian Capital Territory. It is named after Sir William Lyne, premier of the Australian state of New South Wales from 1899 to 1901. The suburb was gazetted in 1928, but development did not commence until 1958. Like many other suburbs in inner Canberra, it is currently undergoing gentrification.

The population count of Lyneham on census night 2021 was 5,703 people.

Community Groups:

Lyneham Community Association


Most Recent 5 Lyneham Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Lyneham or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 1 Barton Highway, 455 Northbourne Avenue, Lyneham, ACT

Development Application: 202342316

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DEMOLITION - demolition of the existing buildings, services, hard stand driveway area and nominated landscaping, tree removal and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-08


Address: 4 Mackennal Street, Lyneham, ACT

Development Application: 202342102

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR STUDIO - Construction of a new studio to be used as an extension of the existing residence and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-06


Address: Northbourne Avenue, Mouat Street, Thurbon Road, Lyneham, ACT

Development Application: 202341861

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR SUBSTATION - CANBERRA LIGHT RAIL - installation of substation to support the Canberra Light Rail network, new paving areas for vehicular access, gate and bollards, landscaping works, construction of a screening enclosure and lighting, installation and relocation of electrical and telecommunications service conduits, installation of drainage infrastructure, reinstatement of car park paving, grassed areas and existing shared path along the Northbourne Avenue verge and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-09-01


Address: 66 Wattle Street, Hall Street, Lyneham, ACT

Development Application: 202240539

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR MULTI UNIT DEVELOPMENT - construction of 12 townhouses comprising two and three-storeys with attached garages, new verge crossing and internal driveway, on-street visitor carparking, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-08-23


Address: 1 Barton Highway, 455 Northbourne Avenue, Lyneham, ACT

Development Application: 202341415

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PLAN - Estate Development Plan for the creation of 15 development blocks and 7 communal blocks over three stages totalling 22 blocks, to be contained within a community title scheme, construction of a new public Road 00 at the intersection of Northbourne Avenue and Swinden Street, internal access roads (within community title blocks), associated service utilities, tree removals, earthworks, verge landscaping and associated works. The proposal also includes ongoing provisions for consideration and inclusion into the Lyneham Precinct Map and Code.
Comment closure date: 2023-07-28



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

O'Connor

Location Map for O'Connor
Location Map for O’Connor

O’Connor is an Inner North suburb in Canberra, Australia. It lies between the suburbs of Lyneham and Turner. It was named after Richard Edward O’Connor (1851-1912), who was a judge in the High Court and a founder of the Australian constitution. Street names in O’Connor are named after explorers, Australian flora, legislators and pioneers. The suburb was gazetted on 20 September 1928.

O’Connor is bounded by Wattle and David streets, and also includes the Bruce/O’Connor ridge nature reserve, the hilly area with many trees that lies between the houses in O’Connor, and the Australian Institute of Sport. Sports such as soccer, rugby and cricket are often played at the ovals at O’Connor district playing fields.

O’Connor has a small shopping center with a pub/bar, supermarket, a couple of restaurants and a pharmacy. The YHA youth hostel which was previously located in Dryandra street in O’Connor, relocated to 7 Akuna Street in Civic.

The population count of O’Connor on census night 2021 was 5,917 people.

Local Community Groups:

O’Connor Community Association


Most Recent 5 O’Connor Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to O’Connor or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 29 Waratah Street, O'connor, ACT

Development Application: 202342093

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DUAL OCCUPANCY AND LEASE VARIATION - demolition of the existing dwelling, construction of 2 new two storey dwellings to form a dual occupancy, attached double garages, alfrescos, swimming pools, landscaping, a new driveway, tree removal, landscaping and associated works. Lease Variation to permit two dwellings.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-16


Address: 8 Brigalow Street, O'connor, ACT

Development Application: 202342050

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR NEW SWIMMING POOL AND DECK - partial demolition of existing retaining wall, construction of swimming pool, deck, retaining wall, pool fence and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-09-28


Address: 100 Macarthur Place, O'connor, ACT

Development Application: 202342070

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DEMOLITION - Demolition of the existing dwelling, driveway, shed, paving, trees and landscaping.
Comment closure date: 2023-09-19


Address: 102 Macarthur Place, O'connor, ACT

Development Application: 202342029

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DEMOLITION - Demolition of existing dwelling, boundary fence, driveway, trees and landscaping.
Comment closure date: 2023-09-19


Address: 6 Moorhouse Street, O'connor, ACT

Development Application: 202342037

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT - Construction of a two storey apartment building comprising of 16 dwellings, basement car parking, driveway/verge crossing, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-09-25



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Pialligo

Location Map for Pialligo
Location Map for Pialligo

Pialligo (postcode: 2609) is a rural suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. The name Pialligo has been used for the area since at least 1820, and is probably of Aboriginal origin. It was also the name for the parish in the area. Streets in Pialligo are named with Aboriginal words.

Beltana Road in Pialligo is home to many of Canberra’s nurseries. Canberra International Airport is located adjacent to Pialligo across Pialligo Avenue.

The population count of Pialligo on census night 2021 was 138 people.


Most Recent 5 Pialligo Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Pialligo or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 14 Beltana Road, Pialligo, ACT

Development Application: 202341629

Desecription: PROPOSAL TO VARY A CROWN LEASE - Proposal to vary the purpose clause in the Crown lease to increase the maximum permitted gross floor area, for the existing ancillary use of restaurant, to 250m².
Comment closure date: 2023-06-29


Address: 15 Beltana Road, Pialligo, ACT

Development Application: 202240656

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - retroactive approval for existing works including shed, roof coverings, gazebo, covered walkway, courtyard roof, verge crossing, and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2022-11-30


Address: 20 Kallaroo Road, Pialligo, ACT

Development Application: 202240167

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS - Retrospective approval sought for internal renovations to existing building and associated works - to enable a change to the building class to Class 1B.
Comment closure date: 2022-06-15


Address: Corner Of Beltana Road And Kallaroo Road, Pialligo, ACT

Development Application: 202139639

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ROAD WORKS - construction of roadside car parking and pedestrian facilities along Beltana Road, new intersection between Beltana Road and Pialligo avenue, and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2022-06-09


Address: 14 Beltana Road, Pialligo, ACT

Development Application: 202138293

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR MIXED USE COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT - Construction of Caf/restaurant, farm training facility, produce market, guest house, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2021-05-13



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Reid

Location Map for Reid
Location Map for Reid

Reid is a suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Located directly next to Civic, Canberra’s central business district, Reid is one of the oldest suburbs in Canberra. The population of Reid on census night 2021 was 1,544 people.

Reid is named after Australia’s fourth Prime Minister, Sir George Reid.

Separating the suburbs of Reid and Campbell is ANZAC Parade a ceremonial boulevarde, running along Canberra’s primary design axis (the ceremonial axis) from Lake Burley Griffin to the Australian War Memorial.

Located in Reid are the Canberra Institute of Technology and St John the Baptist Church, the oldest church in Canberra. Most of Reid is a protected Historical Precinct.

Local Community Groups

Reid Residents’ Association


Most Recent 5 Reid Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Reid or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 21 Geerilong Gardens, Reid, ACT

Development Application: 202240480

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - partial demolition of the existing dwelling and alterations and additions including new single storey extension, internal renovations, restoration of the original porch and steps, new pergola and gazebo, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-07-10


Address: 3 Geerilong Gardens, Reid, ACT

Development Application: 202341443

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - partial demolition of existing dwelling and metal garden sheds, internal alterations, replacement of windows, doors, garage extension, addition of solar PV panels, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-05-26


Address: Limestone Avenue Euree Str Ellimatta Str &anzpark, Reid, ACT

Development Application: 202240878

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOWER - installation of a new 20m monopole with 3 attached antennas and associated mounted telecommunications apparatus, new cabinet at the base of the mast, security fencing, access gate, ancillary equipment and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-03-27


Address: 27 Limestone Avenue, Reid, ACT

Development Application: 202241243

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR NEW DWELLING - Demolition of existing dwelling, construction of a new two storey dwelling with attached garage, swimming pool and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-02-13


Address: 49 Coranderrk Street, Reid, ACT

Development Application: 202241148

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR NEW DWELLING - demolition of existing dwelling, detached garage, carport, shed and driveway, construction of new dwelling with basement, driveway, pool, landscaping, and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-02-06



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Russell

** Note - Russell does not have a unique poistcode.

Location Map for Russell
Location Map for Russell

Russell, an inner north suburb in Canberra, Australia. Russell is one of the smallest suburbs in Canberra, comprising a number of government offices but no private residences. It is probably best known for the headquarters of the Australian Defence Force, which is housed in the Russell Offices complex.

It is bounded by Morshead Drive, Parkes Way, Borella Street and Constitution Avenue. Mount Pleasant lies just to the east, between Russell and Duntroon which are part of the suburb of Campbell. The Australian American War Memorial is located in Russell. To the west lies Kings Park and Grevillea Park, on the shore of Lake Burley Griffin.

Russell did not have any residents in the 2021 census.

Local Community Groups

Russell Reservists


Most Recent Russell Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Russell or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.

Invariably, due to Russell being a defence precinct, there may be no DAs.


Address: 40 Musgrave Street, Yarralumla, ACT

Development Application: 202342219

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR NEW DWELLING - Demolition of the existing dwelling and studio, construction of a new two storey dwelling with basement, attached garage, deck, swimming pool, tree removal, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-04


Address: 12 Hotham Crescent, Deakin, ACT

Development Application: 202342119

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DWELLING ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - Partial demolition of existing dwelling, seeking retrospective approval for shed and internal extensions, additions include a new carport, external windows and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-04


Address: Bentham St, Lane-poole Place, Woolls St, Denman St, Yarralumla, ACT

Development Application: 202342069

Desecription: DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION - Proposal for renewal and renovations of existing heritage brickworks building, developing surrounding land for mixed use purposes and associated works. This application is subject to subdivision and associated works proposed as part of the EDP DA202341982.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-08


Address: 10 Brisbane Avenue, Barton, ACT

Development Application: 202342032

Desecription: LEASE VARIATION - to increase the maximum permitted gross floor area to 13,933 square metres, change the gross floor area definition and change the car parking requirements.
Comment closure date: 2023-11-15


Address: Denman Street, Yarralumla, ACT

Development Application: 202341982

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ESTATE DEVELOPMENT PLAN - Estate Development Plan for the creation of; 40 single dwelling blocks, 8 multi-unit residential blocks, 1 central commercial block (heritage core), 5 open space blocks proposed to be contained within a future community title scheme. Construction of internal roads, utility service connections, tree removals, bulk earthworks and site grading, internal roads, new stormwater retention pond, shared paths and landscaping, connections to the existing surrounding road network, connection to the existing off-site services, connection to the existing active travel network and associated works. The proposal also includes ongoing provisions to be included in the relevant precinct code for the area.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-08



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Turner

Location Map for Turner
Location Map for Turner

Turner (postcode: 2612) is a leafy early Canberra suburb, close to Civic and the Australian National University (located south in Acton). The population of Turner on census night 2021 was 4,470 people.

Turner is named after Sir George Turner, a Federalist, legislator and one of the founders of the Australian Constitution. He was a Premier of Victoria, and later Federal Treasurer under prime ministers Barton, Deakin and Reid. Streets in Turner are mostly named after writers, legislators and pioneers

Local Groups:

  • Turner Residents Association

Most Recent 5 Turner Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Turner or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 49 Forbes Street, 1 Wedge Crescent, Turner, ACT

Development Application: 202342088

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DUAL OCCUPANCY AND LEASE VARIATION - demolition of the existing dwelling, construction of 2 new three storey dwellings to form a dual occupancy, garages, tree removal, landscaping and associated works. Lease Variation to permit two (2) dwellings.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-08


Address: Unit 8, 40 Macleay Street, Turner, ACT

Development Application: 202342293

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS - Conversion of existing unit eight garage into habitable living space, replace roller door with window and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-12-01


Address: 219 Northbourne Avenue, Turner, ACT

Development Application: 202342201

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO EXISTING COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND LEASE VARIATION - internal alterations to the lower ground floor to facilitate the change of building class and associated works. Lease Variation to permit non-retail commercial use.
Comment closure date: 2023-11-08


Address: 4, 6 Holder Street, Turner, ACT

Development Application: 202342107

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR MULTI-TOWNHOUSE DEVELOPMENT - demolition of the existing dwellings over two blocks, proposal for a 3 storey multi-unit townhouse development within two buildings, carparking, driveway works, landscaping, and associated works. Lease variation to consolidate blocks and increase maximum number of dwellings permitted on each block.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-27


Address: 1 Holder Street, Turner, ACT

Development Application: 202342103

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR MULTI UNIT RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AND LEASE VARIATION - demolition of the existing dwelling, carport and shed. Construction of a three (3) storey apartment building, containing five (5) dwellings, consisting of three (3) three-bedroom units, and two (2) two-bedroom units, landscaping, basement, ramp, driveway, verge works and associated works. Variation to the Crown lease to limit dwellings to five (5).
Comment closure date: 2023-10-27



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)

Watson

Location Map for Watson
Location Map for Watson

Watson is a suburb in the North Canberra district of Canberra, the so-called “Inner North”. Watson is named in honour of the third Prime Minister of Australia John Christian Watson, and was gazetted on 7 April 1960. Streets in Watson are named after Australian judges and other legal professionals. As of the 2021 Australian census the population of Watson was 6,727.

Watson is bordered by the Federal Highway, Philip Avenue and Antill Street. It lies next to the suburbs of Downer and Hackett. Behind Hackett is Mount Majura on the Canberra Nature Park.

Watson has a shopping centre, and the AIE originally Watson High School located nearby. Rosary catholic school is located in Watson, as is the Signadou campus of the Australian Catholic University. There is also Majura primary government school which is well known for its popular annual Spring Carnival a preschool a child care centre and a doctor’s surgery. There once was a drive-in theatre (The starlight) in Watson. Currently, North Watson is undergoing the construction of Majura Rise, a new estate south of the television studios listed below. This area is walking distance from Mount Majura, along with many other facilities. It is expected this area will increase the property value of Watson. Also located in the suburb are the Ten and Prime television studios,The Ted Noffs Foundation, Canberra Carotel, Australian Heritage Village (now closed), service station and Health Services Hostel.

Local Groups:


Most Recent 5 Watson Development Applications

planningalertsThe latest public Environment and Planning Directorate – Planning notifications can also be accessed from their site. The following is an extract of the public applications selected by NCCC that principally relate to Watson or have an impact on North Canberra or its residents; the extract may not be complete and does not contain development applications that are not publicly notified.


Address: 25 Manning Street, Watson, ACT

Development Application: 202342292

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR GARAGE - construction of a new garage and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-11-24


Address: 153 Knox Street, Watson, ACT

Development Application: 202342232

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR NEW DWELLING - demolition of the existing dwelling and construction of a new two storey dwelling, garage, driveway/verge crossing, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-11-02


Address: 34 Windeyer Street, Watson, ACT

Development Application: 202342097

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO EXISTING MEDICAL CENTRE - Partial demolition of the existing building, extension to building for new rooms, new wheelchair lift, removal of demountable, and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-17


Address: 350 Antill Street, Watson, ACT

Development Application: 202341979

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR HOSPITAL - Demolition of existing buildings and tree removal, construction of a two storey rehabilitation facility to the north of block and construction of four one and two storey buildings to make up new health hub to the south of block, new driveway verge crossings and internal driveway, parking area, outdoor recreation areas, signage, landscaping and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-10-09


Address: 5 Andrews Street, Watson, ACT

Development Application: 202341908

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR SECONDARY RESIDENCE - demolition of existing garage and carport and construction of a new secondary residence and attached deck in addition to existing dwelling, new carport, tree removal and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2023-08-11



(Note: Earlier Development Applications can be seen by accessing the ACTPLA website or by going to PlanningAlerts. Note ACTPLA do remove access to the development application documentation some time after the DA closes, but PlanningAlerts do retain some basic historical information.)