The Woden Valley Community Council, which believes well-considered neighbourhood plans are essential in achieving the best redevelopment outcomes, has called for the Draft Variation 303 to be withdrawn.Read more ... →
The Woden Valley Community Council (WVCC) requests that DV303 be withdrawn and an extensive conversation with the community and industry about the future of our established suburbs, based on evaluation of current policies and their impacts,…Read more ... →
The Woden Valley Community Council wants the Draft Variation No. 303 to the Territory Plan to be withdrawn.
The Council’s Vice President, Dr Jenny Stewart said ‘it was essential that there be an extensive conversation with the community and industry ab…
The WVCC has made representations to the Planning Minister (Andrew Barr) regarding the draft variation to the ACT Plan relating to residential development.
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Despite great concern amongst residents across Canberra’s older areas about the amount of large multi unit developments being built in their neighbourhoods, the ACT Planning and Land Authority (ACTPLA) proposes to change the residential codes…Read more ... →
The period for comment on two important draft variations to the Territory Plan closes soon.
Draft variation 301 proposes introducing a new estate development code that will ensure 95 per cent of single dwelling blocks in new est…Read more ... →
Thank you for the opportunity to provide comment on the above Draft Variation to the Territory Plan. WVCC has the following concerns with respect to the proposed Variation.
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