All issues which impact the Manuka location
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.
When: 7-9pm, Tuesday, 8 October 2019. Where: Eastlake Football Club (Duffy Room), 3 Oxley Street, Griffith
On 21 June, the President of the Griffith Narrabundah Community Association, Leo Dobes, sent the attached letter to the Chief Minister to direct his attention and those of our other local MLAs to the need to improve conditions in the Manuka Precinct.
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:
The ACT Government has failed the pub test again with Minister Gentleman using call-in powers to fast track the media and broadcast centre for Manuka Oval. This is the second time the ACT Government has used call-in powers for Manuka Oval and it is setting an undesirable precedent for future development in the Manuka Precinct.
ISCCC lodges a submission outlining why the DA is non-compliant with planning legislation/regulations and other requirements
The National Capital Authority (NCA) has put out a Draft Development Control Plan for Manuka Circle and Canberra Avenue.
The ISCCC has made a number comments regarding the Draft Development Control Plan
The Chair of the Inner South Canberra Community Council (ISCCC) writes to the Chief Minister about the proposed establishment of a Community Panel to help develop a masterplan for Manuka Oval and surrounds.
Building height limitations around Manuka Oval could be increased by an extra storey under a proposed shake-up of planning restrictions.
The GWS Giants – Grocon proposal to spend up to $800 million on a Manuka Oval redevelopment that would have included 1000 flats, hi-rise hotel and hundreds of underground car parks will likely be the first casualty of the National Capital Authority’s assertion of its right to determine what happens along Canberra’s major boulevards.
The minutes of the Kingston and Barton Residents Group Public Meeting on 16 March @7:15pm which discussed the current status and stakeholder and community views on the recently announced ACT Government decision on the Kingston Foreshore Arts Precinct.
New restrictions put forward by the National Capital Authority (NCA) could block any future attempt to build a major development at Manuka Oval, of the kind the GWS Giants proposed last year.