Canberra Brickworks Precinct – Update

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.

LDA updates are available here…

Meet the ACT Candidates in the Federal Election

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…

Canberra Times 27 May 2016

Dozens of run-down Housing ACT properties are being used as a dumping ground for the homeless, the mentally ill and those just released from the Alexander Maconochie Centre, according to residents of the ACT’s smallest suburb, Oaks Estate.  More…

Public Forum: Public Transport – What are the Inner South’s priorities

The next ISCCC Public Forum will be held on 2 June 2016 from 7pm at the Eastlake Football Club, 3 Oxley Street, Griffith. The subject of the Forum will be Inner South’s public transport priorities, and will be addressed by Minister for transport and Municipal Services Ms Meegan Fitzharris, MLA, and Mr Alistair Coe MLA, Shadow Minister for Transport. More…

‘Manuka Green’ – GWS / Grocon information session on 11 May 2016

GWS / Grocon will be holding a Community Information Session on Wednesday 11 May between 4 pm and 7 pm in the Bradman Room at Manuka Oval.  Those interested can call in at any time between those hours.  GWS / Grocon will provide information about the submitted proposal and give members of the community a chance to have their say.  For more information visit the GWS / Grocon Manuka Green website here…