Category: Inner South Canberra News

Record of ISCCC Public Forum on 11 February 2020

The ISCCC public forum in February focused on proposed new ACT Government planning rules about green space and trees on residential blocks and an update on light rail stage 2. Attached are: Record of the public forum Presentation by Alix Kaucz, ACT Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate  Presentation by David Denham, President, Griffith Narrabundah Community Association Click for full article

Public Health Emergency in the ACT

A Public Health Emergency has been declared in the ACT for the response to the COVID-19 (corona virus) pandemic. Find out what this means and what the current situation is at: That ACT Health web page is updated daily and is the single source of truth for public information on the ACT Government’s response to Click for full article

Updated requirements for pre-Development Application consultation from 1 January 2021

The ACT Government has accepted all recommendations of a review into pre-Development Application community consultation. See the link to the Review report here. It is pleasing to see that from 1 January 2021, the types of proposals subject to pre-DA community consultation will expand to include Estate Development Plan DAs in established suburbs, and major Click for full article

Proposed ALDI Adjacent to the Fyshwick Markets – Impact on Local Businesses

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

ISCCC Public Forum 11 Feb 2020: New rules for green space/trees in residential zones, and light rail update

Join the ISCCC at our public forum on 11 February to find out about proposed new ACT Government rules about the amount of green space and number of trees to be required on new or redeveloped residential blocks in Canberra. Have your say on whether the new rules are the best way to provide for Click for full article