Article posted on Sunday 02 December 2012 | Leave a comment »
Proposal: MULTI RESIDENTIAL-DUAL OCCUPANCY-ALTERATION&ADDITIONS. Proposed alterations to existing single residence to create dual occupancy; Addition of 2 new decks, pergola and carport. Period for representations closes: 19/12/2012
Article posted on Friday 26 October 2012 | Leave a comment »
Proposal: MULTI DWELLING - DUAL OCCUPANCY - Proposed construction of new single storey residence with attached garage to the rear of existing dwelling; and associated site works. Period for representations closes: 14/11/2012
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 09 December 2011 | Leave a comment »
Proposal: MULTI DWELLING - EXTENSION - LIVING ROOM. Proposed extension of the living room. Period for representations closes: 09/01/2012
Article posted on Friday 01 July 2011 | Leave a comment »
Proposal: COMMUNITY FACILITY-ADDITIONS & ALTERATIONS-CHURCH. Proposed addition of a new chapel and ancillary space to existing worship building; Includes associated alterations to existing building. Period for representations closes: 22/07/2011
Click here to view the plans »...
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 Friday 23 July 2010 | Leave a comment »
Proposal: ACT GOVERNMENT DEPOT - DEMOLITION - NEW GARAGE. Proposed demolition of existing carport and construction of a new metal garage on the existing concrete slab. Period for comments closes: 11/08/2010. Click here to view the plans Â»...
Article posted on Sunday 28 February 2010 | Leave a comment »
The development of the Rivett Community Park has commenced as part of the redevelopment of the old Rivett Primary School site.Â The Parkâ€™s development has followed a period of community consultation and input.Â
Article posted on Thursday 24 December 2009 | Leave a comment »
ACTPLA have advised the Council that the development of supportive units at Rivett has been approved, subject to some conditions.
Broadly the approval:
The Council will undertake a full evaluation of the approval in the new year.
A copy of the ACTPLA decision is available here Â»…
Article posted on Thursday 19 November 2009 | Leave a comment »
WCCC has lodged a submission regarding the Rivett supportive housing residences where units will have their backyards facing the street.Â Council understands that this is against the Territory Planning for this suburb [Rivett] where all houses on the street have to have the front of the house facing the street.Â Council is concerned that residents on the other side of Bangalay Crescent will be looking into these backyards!
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