Have Your Say By 3 March 23 On The Territory And District Strategy

The ISCCC has drafted the attached recommendations in response to the ACT Government’s draft Territory Plan and District Strategy, which will have far-ranging impacts on the inner south and Canberra in the years to come. The ACT Treasury has just released its latest population projections, which indicate that the population of the inner south may increase by over 80 percent by 2060. Check out what it says about the likely population growth in your suburb at: https://www.treasury.act.gov.au/snapshot/demography/act It is very important that you have your say at this critical time in the development of the proposed new planning system, so

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ISCCC Public Forum: 7 Feb: Implications for Inner South Residents of Draft New Territory Plan and District Strategy

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:  https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/isccc-public-forum-7-february-2023-tickets-525363856437 Attached is the agenda for the public forum. After overviews of the implications of the draft new Territory

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ISCCC Update on Planning Review and Season’s Greetings

This is our final 2022 ISCCC news update for the year, and provides an opportunity to wish you all the best for the festive season and the New Year. How will your suburb be affected by proposed new ACT Government District Strategies? The ISCCC urges you to have your say on the ACT Government’s draft Inner South Canberra District Strategy by the closing date of 3 March. The Government has a policy of locating 70 percent of new housing in established suburbs, and projects a demand for an additional 12,400 dwellings in the inner south by 2063. In particular, we

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