Never before have there been so many issues confronting residents of inner south Canberra. Planning, transport, parking, heritage, public housing, rates, transparency in government, the list goes on.
On 15 October, we will be electing 5 members to represent us in the ACT Assembly in the new electorate of Kurrajong. Make sure you know where they stand on the issues that matter to you.
Come to the ISCCC Forum at 7pm on 27 September 2016 at the Eastlake Football Club, 3 Oxley Street, Griffith. Listen to their vision for our suburbs and question them closely to see whether your priorities are their priorities.
The government announced on August 26 that it has shortlisted 2 developers/consortiums who are being invited into a request for tender (RFT) process scheduled to commence in October 2016. Continue reading →
Residents of Forrest are invited to a meeting to initiate a residents’ group for the suburb of Forrest. The meeting will be held at 6.30pm on Tuesday 30 August 2016 at the Italian Cultural Centre, 80 Franklin Street, Forrest. More…
The Chief Minister Andrew Barr announced today that the GWS Giants – Grocon unsolicited bid will be knocked back and a panel of community representatives will be established to advise the government on a masterplan for the Manuka Oval Precinct. More…
The Minister for Territories, Paul Fletcher, has written to the ISCCC in response to the ISCCC letter of 3 February 2016, advising that the ISCCC will have further opportunities to comment on the revised National Capital Plan when it is tabled for Parliamentary scrutiny. More.
The ISCCC has written to the Chief Minister confirming its understanding of the discussions on 26 May 2016 about Manuka Oval. In particular, the ISCCC supports refurbishments within the Oval, and seeks the development of a Master pan for the Oval and its surrounds. More
Developers have submitted their proposals and a short list will be invited to tender for development of the CBP. The tender process is scheduled to start before the end of the year. The Community Panel, which includes 4 members of the YRA committee, have been invited to review the proposals, particularly in relation to how they have addressed the Precinct Objectives, which were formulated by the Community Panel. Due to the confidential nature of this process, members of the Community Panel will be limited in what we can report back to our members.
The ISCCC invites you to a public forum on 16 June 2016 to meet the ACT candidates in the Federal election. Confirmed speakers so far include: Gai Brodtmann (Labor), Zed Seselja (Liberal), Christine Hobbs (Greens), and Martin Tye (Sustainable Australia).
The event is being held in the Albert Hall at 7 pm. More…