Politics at the Pub - Report

Politics at the Pub – Report

The ISCCC held a successful Politics at the Pub on 5 May at the Eastlake Football Club. 165-190 people attended.


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ISCCC Public Forum:  Planning Manuka to the Foreshore

ISCCC Public Forum: Planning Manuka to the Foreshore

The ISCCC’s public forum on 9 April was very successful, with about 60 participants providing their ideas, after discussion in breakout groups, about what they value about the area from Manuka to the Foreshore (loosely defined), and what opportunities and challenges they see ahead.


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Politics in the Pub: ISCCC Federal Candidates Forum - 5 May

Politics in the Pub: ISCCC Federal Candidates Forum – 5 May

Meet and find out more about the candidates for the 2019 Federal elections. So far, the following candidates have confirmed their attendance at the “Politics at the Pub” event organised by the Inner South Canberra Community Council:


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ISCCC Submission on Draft Integrated Transport Strategy

ISCCC Submission on Draft Integrated Transport Strategy

Transport policies and strategies can be complex and pose a challenge because the outcomes affect everyone, and often in different ways, depending on the individuals’ needs.


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Planning: Manuka to the Foreshore – 9 April 19

Planning: Manuka to the Foreshore – 9 April 19

Come and participate in a conversation about future planning for Manuka through to the Foreshore, hosted by the Inner South Canberra Community Council. The aims are to:


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Have your say on draft ISCCC Priorities for 2019

Have your say on draft ISCCC Priorities for 2019

ISCCC has developed its Strategic Objectives and Priorities for 2019 and also reported on the year 2018. Have your say on the plan.


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Removal of the concessional status -  Block 1 Section 15 Griffith

Removal of the concessional status – Block 1 Section 15 Griffith

The Inner South Canberra Community Council has made a submission objecting to the deconcessionalisation of the concessional lease of the Canberra Services Club in Griffith (adjacent to Manuka Oval) due to its failure to meet the Public Interest Test in section 261 of the Planning and Development Act.


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Trees decline must be reversed

Trees decline must be reversed

Save our precious treed landscape – consider signing this petition calling on ACT Government to plant an extra 7,000 trees a year


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Preserving Our Street Trees

Preserving Our Street Trees

Griffith-Narrabundah Community Association calls on ACT Assembly to take action to protect and preserve Canberra’s street trees.


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