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Presentation on public housing

Presentation on public housing

Presentation on public housing to the Woden Valley Community Council 5 April 20917 by David Collett

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Woden’s Renewal – Light Rail is coming to Woden!

Woden's Renewal - Light Rail is coming to Woden!

Light Rail is coming to Woden! Transport Canberra will provide an update on stage 2 – City to Woden – at the Woden Valley Community Council (WVCC) public meeting on 3 May 2017 at 7.30 pm at the Southern Cross Club Woden. Current town planning principles include both transport and land use planning so it is timely that the light rail is being planned at the same time as there is

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Mawson – please comment on the draft variation to the Territory Plan

Mawson – please comment on the draft variation to the Territory Plan

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.

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Woden’s Renewal- Save the Town Square

Woden's Renewal- Save the Town Square

The Woden Valley Community Council (WVCC) supports residential development in the Woden Valley Town Centre and welcomes the release of the Precinct Code to provide certainty to the market. We agree with planning principles that provide a balance of residential development with the associated community facilities and open spaces required to support the population. We have pride in our home so we want to ensure we have the right developments in

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Changes to the Mawson Precinct Code

Changes to the Mawson Precinct Code

COMMUNITY BRIEF – Proposed planning changes to the Mawson Group Centre and Athllon Drive (Draft Variation 345 to the Territory Plan containing new Mawson Precinct Code) Purpose This brief is to provide the community with a summary of the main changes contained in the draft Territory Plan variation, and with the concerns the Woden Valley Community Council (WVCC) has with the implications for the community of the proposed changes. The

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Phillip Precinct Code – Overview

Phillip Precinct Code - Overview

The Woden Valley Community Council (WVCC) supports residential development in the Woden Town Centre and welcomes the release of the Code to provide certainty to the market. The Code, however, does not implement the vision or the principles of the Plan, with a focus on residential development and little attention to liveability, connectivity and community facilities which will be increasingly inadequate as the community grows over the next 10 to

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ACT Population Projections 2017 to 2020

ACT Population Projections 2017 to 2020

ACT’s demographic structure by suburb has changed considerably over time as a result of the ACT Government’s land release program and the introduction of new suburbs in the Territory. Weston Creek’s population is projected to decline by 7 per cent; Tuggeranong’s population to decline by 3 per cent and no population growth is expected in Woden. On the other hand, Cotter-Namadgi’s population is projected to grow by 139 per cent;

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