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.

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Most Recent 15 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: 36 Mills Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 201731405

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DUAL OCCUPANCY - Demolition of existing shed and driveway, construction of two single storey dwellings with attached garages and associated works.
Comment closure date: 2017-06-09

Address: 13 Harris Place, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 201630299

Desecription: PROPOSAL FOR DUAL OCCUPANCY - construction of a single storey secondary residence with garage to be built at rear of property. Re-instatement of past driveway to the rear of the property.
Comment closure date: 2016-11-04

Address: 11 Newton Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 201629297

Desecription: SECONDARY RESIDENCE-CARPORT. Removal of existing garage; construction of a secondary residence with attached garage and new carport.
Comment closure date: 2016-05-16

Address: 6 Stanley Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 201528224

Desecription: MULTI DWELLING-LEASE VARIATION-1 NEW RESIDENCE. Proposed conversion of rear studio to dual occupancy and a new 2nd driveway verge crossing, carport and landscaping. Please see application form for lease variation details.
Comment closure date: 2015-10-06

Address: Madigan Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 201426464

Desecription: GAS PIPELINE- on multiple blocks: 2/55 and 10/37 Hackett; also blocks 696; 48; 165 Majura. Proposed installation of polyethylene (PE) gas pipeline between Madigan Street, Hackett and the AFP Training Complex in Pialligo. Works on designated land do not form part of this application.
Comment closure date: 2015-02-02

Address: 189 Phillip Avenue, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 201425305

Desecription: SINGLE RESIDENTIAL-NEW SECONDARY DWELLING. Proposed construction of a new detached single storey dwelling to rear of existing residence.
Comment closure date: 2014-07-16

Address: 117 Maitland Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 201221988

Desecription: COMMERCIAL - PRESCHOOL. Proposed single storey additions to the existing preschool.
Comment closure date: 2012-07-27

Address: 2 Selwyn Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 201221102

Desecription: MULTI DWELLING-DEMOLITION-ADDITION-STUDIO APPARTMENT. Proposed demolition of existing single garage and construction of a small studio apartment at the east side of the dwelling.
Comment closure date: 2012-02-29

Address: 16 Newton Street, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 201017713

Desecription: COMMUNITY FACILITY-NEW RESIDENCE-LEASE VARIATION-ST MARGARET'S UNITING CHURCH. Proposal is for the erection of a new supportive care residence; Vary the Crown lease to permit supportive housing.
Comment closure date: 2010-06-24

Address: 14 Hackett Place, Hackett, ACT

Development Application: 201017016

Desecription: NONR-LEASE VARIATION-ADDITION-ALTERATIONS-SHOP. An extension and alterations to the existing shop; Addition of a deck to the rear of the existing shop; Proposal to vary the Crown lease to permit restaurant.
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.)

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