To preserve and improve the social, cultural, economic and environmental well being of Inner South Canberra and the Inner South Canberra Community.
Category: <span>Newsletter Archive</span>

Chairman’s column May 2014

The Inner South Community Council has, once again, closely engaged with planning and politics on behalf of the local community. Readers may not be aware that the Planning and Development (Project Facilitation) Amendment Bill 2014 was introduced to the Assembly, in March. This legislation was to take effect this month.

Chairman’s Column April 2014

Although Canberra is only a century old, the city’s built heritage is being eroded every day. Residents’ groups, community councils and other organisations such as the National Trust are forever having to fight rear-guard actions to save what we should be preserving for the benefit of future generations.

Chairman’s Column March 2014

Quality urban planning is high on the Inner South Canberra Community Council list of  priorities. The inner south must address many challenges if it is to retain its status as one of the best places to live in Canberra. These include the push for densification, ageing infrastructure, transport pressures, loss…

Newsletter – May 2011

Welcome to another news update from the Inner South Canberra Community Council.  Since we last wrote in December 2010 the ISCCC has continued to participate in a range of planning matters including:

Newsletter – September 2010

Thank you to everyone who attended the first General Meeting of the Inner South Canberra Community Council which established the Council and adopted a Constitution. Since then the new Committee has been busy getting administrative matters in order and planning the next 12 month’s activities. Please see mail, ABN and…