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Woden Retail Expansion

Woden Expansion

The ACT Government’s Economic Development Division and Westfield have announced a proposal for a significantly expanded mall and redeveloped bus interchange for Woden.

WVCC welcomes these initiatives, and looks forward to providing community input into the ongoing development of these plans, particularly in relation to the new bus interchange, for which we have waited so long.

If you have ideas on these proposals, we’d love to hear from you!

Click to view the Chronicle article » …

Click for ACT Govt presentation – June meeting of the WVCC » …

Click for Westfield presentation – June meeting of the WVCC » …

Energy Smart Workshop – Woden

An Energy Smart Workshop will be held in the Woden Library – Friday, 29 June 2012 – 5:00pm – 7:00pm. Media release can be read here » …

Presentations to the 1 Feb 12 Meeting WVCC

Paul Tranter presentation on creating resilient cities: a child friendly perspective. His presentation material is available here » …

The presentation by Alexander Keller, ACT Health Directorate, on Energy Sustainability at the Canberra Hospital is available here » …

Aalto Residential Apartments

Irving Street Street viewCatherine Townsend from Townsend and Associates Architects presented concept proposals for the Aalto residential apartments to be constructed on the former YMCA site (now a childcare centre, tennis courts and Balloons Aloft) in Irving Street, Phillip at the WVCC meeting on 4 May 2011.

Read more …

Woden 9 concept planning

Woden 9 Concept

Over the next 5–10 years, the western side of the Woden Town Centre will be the focus of intensive planning. At the WVCC meeting on 2 March, Ian Wood-Bradley and Chris Millman from the Land Development Agency (LDA) outlined concept planning for section 9 on the western side of the Woden Town Centre—currently carparks in front of Aviation House.

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WodenIt was envisaged future development would comprise two towers, one 20 storeys high, the other 28 storeys as well as lower-scale buildings. Such a development would provide around 600 dwellings. The displaced car parking would be accommodated on nearby secton 3.

LDA will present more developed plans for section 9, Woden to the WVCC at its 6 April meeting.

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Update of 15 March 2012

The slides presented to the meeting are available here »… (note 6mb file)

Residential Towers in Woden Green

Part of WVCC function is to provide information to Woden residents on initiatives in Woden which will impact on them and to act as a conduit in providing the views of residents to the ACT Government. WVCC, therefore, needs to know your views on the proposed tower developments in Woden Green. We hope that you will be able to assist us by answering this short questionnaire. We also seek your help in drawing the questionnaire to the notice of others who you think may wish to comment.

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Names and email addresses of respondents will be kept confidential.

If you have any queries about this survey, please contact the Secretary on 0420529747 or by email: info@wvcc.org.au

Survey – Residential Towers in Woden Green

Updated 24 May 2011 – Survey Results are available here »…

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