The ISCCC takes on matters on behalf of its Member Groups that impact on the inner south Canberra area.
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.
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:
ISCCC has developed its Strategic Objectives and Priorities for 2019 and also reported on the year 2018. Have your say on the plan.
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.
Save our precious treed landscape – consider signing this petition calling on ACT Government to plant an extra 7,000 trees a year
Griffith-Narrabundah Community Association calls on ACT Assembly to take action to protect and preserve Canberra’s street trees.
HAVE YOUR SAY ON INTEGRATED TRANSPORT STRATEGY: ACTIVE TRAVEL, SPEED LIMITS, DRONES, AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES PUBLIC FORUM
The ISCCC calls on the ACT Government to introduce as a matter of priority legislation to create an effective Design Review Panel to ensure better quality building design outcomes in Canberra.
The ACT Government has announced that it will invest funding to improve 8 playgrounds in the Inner South, plus a review of playgrounds in Narrabundah. Details are provided in the attached letter from the Minister for City Services, Chris Steel MLA
The ISCCC urges the ACT Government to provide a coherent policy framework for responding to waste-to energy proposals in Canberra. This should exclude thermal waste to energy processes and import of waste from interstate. It should focus instead on alternatives such as finding markets for large waste streams and ACT Government initiatives on recycling such as green bins.
Presentations by ACT Government officials on a waste to energy policy (attached), and an update on the new bus network, attracted a range of questions from the audience.. There was support for source separation of waste streams such as Food Organics and Garden Organics (FOGO), and for composting and anaerobic digestion approaches.. No support was expressed for incineration.. There Click for full article
The ISCCC has declared that while some limited progress has been made recently to address building quality, for example the increased verification of skills and qualifications of builders, there remains much to be done. Any suggestion that the task has been substantially addressed is unrealistically optimistic or just political “spin”.