Article posted on Sunday 21 July 2013 | Leave a comment »
Proposal: MIXED USE - LEASE VARIATION - 24 RESIDENTIAL UNITS - Remediate site and carryout process to ensure no contamination; Proposed construction of 24 Residential units with undercroft and basement car parking. Please see the application form for full Lease Variation details. Period for representations closes: 07/08/2013
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Article posted on Wednesday 27 March 2013 | Leave a comment »
Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, Shane Rattenbury, invites Chapman residents and other interested stakeholders to view and comment on preliminary sketch plans for the upgrade of Chapman shops.
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Article posted on Friday 09 November 2012 | Leave a comment »
Territory and municipal services are preparing for a refurbishment of Chapman Shops public space and are holding a public consultation on Saturday 24 November between 10 and 12. Come along and say what you think we need to have here.
Article posted on Tuesday 24 July 2012 | Leave a comment »
TAMS are undertaking trial measures to combat the illegal dumping through the "Charity Bins Pilot Project". The Pilot Project will test two main strategies - "enhanced enforcement" and "practice change". This Pilot will run from 1 August until 28 February 2013. the intent is to collect data on the amount of illegal dumping within selected areas and monitor how different strategies may effect the incidence of illegal dumping in trail regions.
Article posted on Friday 18 March 2011 | Leave a comment »
Proposal: MULTI DWELLING-DEMOLITION-LEASE VARIATION-3 NEW DWELLINGS. Proposed demolition of the existing dwelling and construction of 3 new single storey residences with attached garage. Please see application form for full details of the lease variation. Period for representations closes: 13/04/2011
Article posted on Friday 03 December 2010 | Leave a comment »
Minister Corbell has provided further details on the Weston Creek Stormwater Reticulation Network which is designed to provide non-potable water to a number of playing fields in Weston Creek. This will assist in drought proofing the important playing fields in Weston Creek.
Read the Minister's letter and view the plan here » ...
Article posted on Tuesday 07 September 2010 | Leave a comment »
Proposal: Multiple Dwelling - Alteration. Alteration to open north east wall, parapetes deleted south elevation, Balcony measurement of opening alteres east elevation, Rainwater tank relocated, increased size of sliding door on north elevation, raised floor level entrance east elevation, modified shape of front parapet north elevation, ensuite window changed from vertical to horizontal.
Period for comments closes: 24/09/2010. Â Click here for details Â»...
Article posted on Wednesday 01 September 2010 | Leave a comment »
The play space in Tauchert Street, Chapman is to be renewed. TAMS is inviting residents to have a say about how you would like the play space renewed. Your thoughts are sought on the 'experience' you would like your children to have in the new space or what theme should be incorporated into the space plus any other contribution you may have. You can comment direct to TAMS by Friday 24 September 2010 can be made by clicking here » ...
Article posted on Thursday 17 December 2009 | Leave a comment »
ACTPLA have advised the Council that the development of supportive units at Chapman has been approved, subject to conditions.
Broadly the approval:
A full copy of the ACTPLA decision is available here Â»...
Article posted on Wednesday 18 November 2009 | Leave a comment »
WCCC has lodged a submission relating to the proposed development of aged persons units in Chapman. In essence the submission seeks to reduce the development to 27 units; move three units; expresses concern at the proximity of units to the All Souls Anglican Church, seeks a small central park area which will improve large vehicle access; and expresses disappointment with the removal of some 60% of existing trees. Supplementary submissions have been made regarding provision for on-site parking and differences in the description of units proposed for Chapman and Rivett.
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