The NCA has proposed a number of changes to Commonwealth and Kings Avenue to improve appearances and pedestrian and cyclist access. These include removing the cloverleaf access roads from and replacing them with traffic lights.
The ACT Government is seeking your views on Pre-development application (DA) community consultation as an opportunity for proponents of significant developments to engage with the community in the early stages of a proposal.
Towards Zero Emissions: Win-win? Can we reduce our energy use and our bills? Can we better manage the treed landscape in the Inner South? How can we manage storm water to keep our waterways healthy?
The National Capital Authority (NCA) has put out an Issues Paper regarding the area of Deakin and Forrest closest to Parliament House (between State Circle and National Circuit). The ISCCC has made a submission.
This IGPA Public Lecture addresses the question whether the aspiration at the time of Federation that Australia have a planned national capital that reflects the highest ideals of social comfort, city building, urban design and public administration has been realized
On 15 December 2016, the ACT Legislative Assembly established the Committee to, amongst other things, inquire into the most effective and efficient model of an independent integrity commission for the ACT and that the committee make recommendations on the appropriateness of adapting models operating in other similarly-sized jurisdictions.
Deadline for submissions: 19 May 2017
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
Chris Coleman (2CC) talks to Deputy Chair of the Inner South Canberra Community Council Marea Fatseas on what Light Rail could mean for the inner south, as well as what is happening on the 9th with Shane Rattenbury
The ISCCC was founded in 2010 to represent the interests of the Inner South and is the peak group for our eight local residents’ groups. We have recently finalised its key priorities for the coming year.
While heritage, like beauty, is often in the eye of the beholder it can be argued Oaks Estate, one of the oldest and most idiosyncratic villages in the ACT, has more of it than most.
After more than 16 years in a backlog of listings, the ACT Heritage Council this month rejected the nomination for Oaks Estate to become a protected precinct.
Welcome to the first newsletter of the Inner South Canberra Community Council. The newsletter covers many issue relating to the inner south and your views on these or any other matters affecting you as residents of the inner south are welcome.