Residents only have until 3 March to provide their views to the ACT Government on it’s draft new Territory Plan and District Strategy. It’s an improvement on the previous deadline of 14 February, but it’s still tight.
Due to the tight timeframe, and the complexity of what’s being proposed, the ISCCC has brought forward its public forum on these issues to Tuesday, 7 February, at 7-9pm at the Eastlake Football Club, 3 Oxley Street, Griffith.
Please register to attend on eventbrite:
Attached is the agenda for the public forum. After overviews of the implications of the draft new Territory Plan and inner south district strategy, there will be break-out groups to identify and gain feedback on, implications for specific suburbs and for heritage. This will be an in-person event only.
Besides the public forum, the ISCCC also plans to reach out to a range of other stakeholder groups on the issues, for example, ACTCOSS, Advocacy for Inclusion, First Nations, Conservation Council, industry groups, and others, as we cannot cover it all on 7 February.
Note for Deakin, Forrest and Yarralumla residents: there will be more detail about the implications for your suburbs at a separate meeting at 7.30pm on Tuesday, 14 February at the Yarralumla Primary School Hall, organised by the Deakin and Yarralumla Residents Associations. However, we will still have a break-out table available for you if you attend on 7 February.
At the ISCCC’s November 2022 public forum/AGM, ACT Government speakers gave an overview of the new draft Inner South District Strategy and new draft Territory Plan.https://www.isccc.org.au/draft-record-of-agm-forum-8…
Members of the ISCCC Committee and member residents’ groups have been analysing the many hundreds of pages of documents to identify key issues and implications for inner south residents. We will summarise what we’ve learnt so far and seek your feedback on 7 February.Final Agenda ISCCC Public Forum 7 Feb 2023 (1)