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 2001 was 1634 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.

Click to go to the Reid Residents’ Association website.

Most Recent 15 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.

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(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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