Article posted on Friday 18 January 2013 | Leave a comment »
The ACT Government has advised that Weston Creek and Molonglo residents will receive a letter in the week beginning 21 January 2013 detailing changes in traffic conditions on Cotter Road and John Gorton Drive in 2013.
Closures are expected to commence on John Gorton Drive in late February 2013 and delays are expected on Cotter Road from February 2013. A copy of the letter (with map) is available here » ...
Article posted on Thursday 08 November 2012 | Leave a comment »
The Weston Creek Community Council understands and appreciates the need for a widening and upgrade of the Cotter Road/John Gorton Drive in order to accommodate the anticipated increased traffic generated by the development of the Molonglo suburbs. However, these improvements should not come at the expense of the residents of Weston Creek. These proposals affect the residents of Weston Creek for whom the section of road from the junction of Streeton Drive and the Cotter Road to the Parkway is really the major means of access of Weston Creek residents to the central and northern parts of Canberra.
Article posted on Friday 30 September 2011 | Leave a comment »
ACT Roads have written to all Weston Creek residents advising of a number of projects along Cotter Road and adjacent areas that will be undertaken over the next three years as part of the infrastructure requirements for the new suburbs in the Molonglo Valley.
Article posted on Monday 27 June 2011 | Leave a comment »
ACTEW is inviting residents to a presentation on its plans to upgrade the Cotter Avenue Recreation Area. This is a key element in ACTEW’s rehabilitation of the Cotter Precinct as part of the Enlarged Cotter Dam project. When Monday 4 July 2011.
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Article posted on Sunday 08 May 2011 | Leave a comment »
The Council wrote to Land and Property Services regarding the 'buffer zone' between Dixon Drive and Cotter Road, especially in the context of the work now been undertaken for the new suburbs of Wright and Coombs.
Read the LAPS response here »...
Article posted on Tuesday 26 April 2011 | 1 comment »
Residents may have seen details in the media since December 2010 about the discovery of asbestos-contaminated material on the site of the North Weston Pond construction project. The Land Development Agency has released the following details about what is happening and the planned changes to The North Weston Ponds project.
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Article posted on Tuesday 26 April 2011 | Leave a comment »
The Molonglo Valley is a three stage urban development that will house up to 55,000 over the next thirty years. Recently, details of the stage 2 planning where made available which includes housing of up to 18,000 people.
Article posted on Monday 21 March 2011 | Leave a comment »
Article posted on Friday 17 December 2010 | Leave a comment »
Proposal: PUBLIC WORKS-ROAD-INTERSECTION. Construction of the new signalised Cotter Road and Kirkpatrick Street intersection. Period for representations closes: 25/01/2011
Click here to view the plans» ...
Article posted on Friday 01 October 2010 | Leave a comment »
The Land Development Agency has now released its third Molonglo Valley Newsletter. It features a range of information on news, events and community initiatives. Stay informed as the suburbs and communities start to take shape.
Click here for a copy » ... (2 Mb pdf)
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