The Inner South Canberra Community Council believes that DV 369 as it currently stands is a step in the right direction but needs to be redrafted to simplify it and provide a framework for implementing other important actions in the ACT Government’s Living Infrastructure Plan. This would help ensure the protection and enhancement of vegetation in Click for full article
An online survey by the Inner South Canberra Community Council conducted before the COVID-19 crisis, found 71 percent of respondents highly value the street trees, vegetation, gardens and wide streets that make up the streetscapes of Inner South suburbs and 69 percent also highly value recreation spaces such as parks, ovals and bushland
Transport and City Services Minister, Chris Steel, provided these responses to questions in the Legislative Assembly from Caroline Le Couteur MLA concerning Canberra’s urban forest and canopy cover.
A key finding of the ISCCC’s online survey in 2019/20 was that inner south residents value most highly our streetscapes and open spaces. By streetscapes, we mean the street trees, vegetation, gardens and width of streets. By open spaces, we mean the parks, ovals and bushland for recreation.