Petition Calls on ACT Government to Move Waste Proposal

An online petition calling on the ACT Government to find alternate sites for two proposed waste processing facilities in Fyshwick has been lodged on the ACT Legislative Assembly website. Principal petitioner and President of the Fyshwick Business Association, Rob Evans, said the association supported better resource recovery, but the impact of the proposed facilities was too high a price to pay.

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2020 ACT elections: ISCCC priority policies/actions for incoming government

The ISCCC has identified, and will advocate to ACT election candidates on, these priority policies and actions in advance of the ACT elections in October 2020.

These priorities draw on the results of the ISCCC’s online survey of 555 residents, as well as other issues that have continued to be of interest and concern to inner south residents and their residents groups for some time.

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Expert and Government assessments of CRS waste facility impacts

There are three documents that follow on this matter The Arup expert review commissioned by the ACT Government shows many shortcomings in the Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed CRS waste facility in Ipswich Street, Fyshwick. In particular, read the Non-Technical Summary at the beginning of the document. Here is

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Planning Legislation Amendment Bill

ISCCC letter to ACT MLAs on 11 June 2020 in support of Planning Legislation Amendment Bill tabled by Caroline Le Couteur MLA in the Legislative Assembly on 7 May 2020, as a first step in improving community consultation, transparency and accountability in the planning system.

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Record Online ISCCC Public Forum 26 May 2020

The ISCCC’s inaugural online public forum attracted 35 participants who heard presentations on:
1. The final report on the ISCCC’s online survey of inner south residents
2. Some key future priorities
3. Update on the proposed Fyshwick waste/recycling facilities

Attached are the summary record and presentations.

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