The ISCCC takes on matters on behalf of its Member Groups that impact on the inner south Canberra area.
A new proposal for an Aldi supermarket next to the Fyshwick Fresh Food Markets would require a change to the zoning.
Attached are Information from the proponents about the supermarket proposal, including dates for information sessions and Initial response from the Fyshwick Markets to the proposal
Three presentations were made at the ISCCC Public Forum on 12 November 2019 before the AGM. Click to view these presentation.
The ACT Legislative Assembly Standing Committee on Economic Development and Tourism has released the report of its Inquiry into the Building and Construction Legislation Amendment Bill 2019.
The ISCCC has written to Ministers seeking consideration and action by Ministers to ensure a high quality development emerges in the precinct that respects its significant heritage values, is loved and used by the arts and broader community and businesses, and becomes sustainable economically, socially and environmentally.
Congratulations to Inner South groups awarded heritage grants
The Inner South Canberra Community Council (ISCCC) invites you to have your say on what you value about your local area, suburb or the inner south generally, what you would like to change, or to be protected, to make it a better place to live. In particular, we are seeking your views on planning and Click for full article
When: 7-9pm, Tuesday, 8 October 2019. Where: Eastlake Football Club (Duffy Room), 3 Oxley Street, Griffith
Attached is correspondence relating to the concerns of the Inner South Canberra Community Council about ACT Government engagement with stakeholder groups on planning issues, and proposed actions for helping to re-establish confidence. We look forward to a response from Minister Gentleman, and would welcome the support of Kurrajong and Murrumbidgee MLAs for the proposed actions.
The Inner South Canberra Community Council and Kingston Barton Residents Group invite you to a public forum to consider and provide your views on how we should respond to the Geocon proposal for the Kingston Arts Precinct at the Kingston Foreshore
It is good news that the ACT Government has passed legislation requiring, from 1 October 2019, developers of new significant buildings to respond to advice of a National Capital Design Review Panel. The ISCCC had made representations in early 2019 calling for such legislation to be introduced as soon as possible to improve the design Click for full article
The ISCCC has lodged this submission in relation to the referral by the ACT Government to the Commonwealth Department of Environment and Energy of the Light rail stage 2(b) project (Commonwealth Park to Woden) for assessment under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act. The ISCCC has called for an assessment by an independent public inquiry.
Amalgamated Property Group is proposing to build a new high quality residential development on the former Gowrie Court public housing site in Narrabundah. The land is located at 39 McIntyre Street, on land formally known as Block 3 Section 62 Narrabundah, adjoining Jerrabomberra Oval.