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  • Information sessions for the development of Strathgordon
    Information sessions for the development of Strathgordon
    Phillip Domazet invites interested members of the community to attend an information drop-in session to discuss and provide comments on its proposal for the site prior to the submission of a Development Application. The session will be held at the Saint Alban’s Anglican Church situated at 34 Chappell St, Lyons ACT 2606, on Tuesday 3th March 2020 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. There will also be a presentation about the development at the Woden’s public meeting...
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  • Submissions to the SPIRE Inquiry extended to Sunday 23 February 2020
    Submissions to the SPIRE Inquiry extended to Sunday 23 February 2020
    Please have a look at the issues and consider lodging a submission with your views.  The $500 million Surgical Procedures, Interventional Radiology and Emergency (SPIRE) is a much needed acute care facility for Canberra and the surrounding regions. While the Woden Valley Community Council (WVCC) supports the construction of the SPIRE on the Canberra Hospital campus, we have serious concerns about the construction of the SPIRE facility on the north east...
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  • WVCC SWOT Exercise
    WVCC SWOT Exercise
    The WVCC is undertaking a SWOT analysis for the Woden Town Centre precinct. We want to hear your views and ideas about the whole Woden Town Centre precinct which includes the hospital and perhaps the Garran Primary School, including the: strengths weaknesses opportunities threats Listen to this audio: You can leave a comment here send an email to info@wvcc.org.au leave comments on Facebook or Instagram come to Woden’s public meetings on...
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  • Inquiry into planning for SPIRE - submissions due by 14 February 2020
    Inquiry into planning for SPIRE – submissions due by 14 February 2020
    The $500 million Surgical Procedures, Interventional Radiology and Emergency (SPIRE) is a much needed acute care facility for Canberra and the surrounding regions and the WVCC supports its construction on the Canberra Hospital campus. It is important that this acute care facility is located to achieve hospital wide patient flows as the hospital is developed to meet the health needs of the growing population. Effective patient flows improve health outcomes and provide a better experience for patients and staff....
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