The WVCC supports residential development around the Centre, with building heights that preserve the human scale and solar access to public areas. To this end we recommend taller buildings to the south of the Centre and shorter buildings to the north of the Centre to preserve solar access in the public areas.Read more ... →
We have just been informed that Transport Canberra has partnered with Transport NSW which means that ACT Seniors My Way card holders are entitled to concession travel in NSW using NSW Gold Opal Card. Therefore Seniors with an early ACT Seniors Card (i.e. one that has 6 numbers as opposed to 9 on the current cards) will need to apply for a card replacement in order to apply for an NSW Gold Opal Card.Read more ... →
Today Ms Le Couteur has reiterated the Greens’ calls for the 2015 draft Curtin Master Plan to be finalised, before any new developments are approved. “The whole point of developing master plans in consultation with the community is to ensure that the voices of residents, businesses andRead more ... →
The ACT Legislative Assembly election is coming up on the 15th October 2016.
The Woden Valley Community Council (WVCC) will be conducting a candidate’s forum for the electorate of Murrumbidgee on Wednesday 5th October at 7.30pm at the Canberra Southern Cross Club in Phillip.
The Woden Valley Community Council (WVCC) has formerly made an objection to the Development Application 201528749 (link to DA page) to demolish the Woden Basketball stadium. This is yet another facility to close in Woden‘s northern precinct that follows on from the lawn bowls, tennis courts and Pitch n Putt. The Woden Basketball courts have been used not just for basketball but also badminton roller derby, has also held markets and been a venue for live bands.Read more ... →