Southern Memorial

Southern Memorial

The Southern Memorial on Long Gully Road is back on the agenda! It is expected to have natural and traditional burial sites and a crematorium. The first stage of the project will include road access at the intersection of Long Gully Road and Mugga Lane, as well as car parking, landscaping and the creation of the first burial sites. The finished development will include a visitor centre with memorial halls,

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The Oaks – stage 3 – DA202037978

The Oaks – stage 3 - DA202037978

The Oaks comprises three 16 storey towers and a 3 storey serviced apartment building located in the north of Woden between Ivy and Trilogy.

We are concerned about the increase in the height and scale of stage 3, the inclusion of a separate serviced apartment building in the place of green space and traffic flows around the north of Woden.

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The Melrose – opposite A&A

The Melrose - opposite A&A

This 10 storey (90 apartments) development is the first of 4 towers – 480 apartments in 3 residential towers and 1 commercial tower. The lease requires the provision of 5 community housing dwellings, 10 public housing dwellings and 74 affordable homes. While the affordable homes are required to be provided within the 4 towers, it has been proposed that they are all located in 1 tower. The primary concern for

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UPDATED – Comments on W2 extended to 1 February 2021

UPDATED - Comments on W2 extended to 1 February 2021

Please send an email to EPDCustomerservices@act.gov.au with your views The W2 proposal is for 222 apartments (with a veneer of ground level commercial space) in three (14, 20 and 24 storey) towers on the north west corner of the Woden Town Square. W2 is massive in bulk and scale and will overwhelm the Town Square by: overshadowing the south (sunny) side of the square in the afternoons. exacerbating wind funnelling potentially

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RE-IMAGINING THE FUTURE: THE TO-DO LIST FOR WODEN FOR 2040

RE-IMAGINING THE FUTURE: THE TO-DO LIST FOR WODEN FOR 2040

The Coronavirus pandemic has briefly pushed pause on our busy cities. Will things go back to the way they were before COVID-19? Not necessarily and maybe they shouldn’t. This might be the opportunity to step back and re-imagine. What do we want our cities, towns and neighbourhoods to look like in the next 20 years.

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