Amended WOVA proposal – submissions close 5 September 2018 Geocon applies to subdivide block – this will provide an additional 4 storeys on another tower.

Amended WOVA proposal – submissions close 5 September 2018  Geocon applies to subdivide block – this will provide an additional 4 storeys on another tower.

The WVCC welcomes the changes to the WOVA development but believes there are some further improvements to the design to be made.  WOVA is a significant development and it is important that great outcomes are delivered to the Woden community.

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Expansion of the Woden Cemetery

Expansion of the Woden Cemetery

The Woden Valley Community Council is seeking a commitment from the ACT Government to a long term solution to the burial needs of the community rather than the permanent loss of 3 hectares from Eddison Park. In light of future population growth from densification, a review of the requirements for open green space in Woden should be undertaken prior to the loss of green space for a short term solution

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Expressions of Interest for the Melrose Drive Community Mural

Expressions of Interest for the Melrose Drive Community Mural

The Woden Valley Community Council, in collaboration with the ACT Government and Woden Community Services, is seeking Expressions of Interest for the design and production of a mural on the Melrose Drive wall behind Corinna and Francis Chambers (EOI documentation attached).

Submissions close at midnight on Friday 26 May 2017 and should be submitted to president@wvcc.org.au

Any inquiries related to this opportunity should be directed to Fiona Carrick on 420 533 809 or Lauren Bradley on 0476 805 279.

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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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