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NEW consultations & inquiries – last updated on 20 January 2021
Belconnen Town Centre Place Planning: Phase 2
Following Phase 1 (7 – 21 December 2021) consultation, the ACT Suburban Land Agency is seeking input to inform the Place Plan for Belconnen Town Centre Renewal Precincts. Phase 2 is from 9 – 20 February 2021, and you may have your say:
– In person, or;
– Online >>
Canberra Hospital Expansion
The ACT Government is seeking feedback on the information package of draft plans for the proposed expansion of Canberra Hospital, inclusive of a new emergency, surgical and critical healthcare facility with more operating rooms, more treatment spaces and more intensive care beds.
Public comment closes on 24 February 2021 >>
Draft Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary Strategy
The ACT Government is seeking feedback on the Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary Draft Strategy 2020-2045, which outlinesthe current proposed direction of the Sanctuary and its role in conservation, culture, community and education over the next 25 years.
Public comment closes on 4 March 2021 >>
Existing consultations & inquiries – last updated on 20 January 2021
UPDATE | ACT Planning Review
The ACT Government has reviewed the inputs from community engagement, collated their findings and transformed them into a series of proposed reform.
Read the papers >>
UPDATE | Trees in the ACT: Tree planting
While the Urban Forest Strategy and the review of the Tree Protection Act 2005 are being finalized, the ACT government is seeking input on where the 25,000 proposed trees should be planted (by 2023).
Input is welcome until further notice >>
Keep an eye on: Woden Renewal
The ACT Government has undertaken several projects in Woden, such as a light rail project, improving health infrastructure and revitalising Woden town square.
Read more about projects in Woden here >>
YourSay Community panel
The ACT Government is seeking participants to join the new YourSay Community Panel to help shape Canberra.
Read more >>
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