The ACT Planning and Land Authority maintains a comprehensive portfolio of maps. The portfolio is web based and requires only the downloading of the Acrobat SVG Viewer (like that used for pdf files); there is a link to download the viewer on the site. Following member requests, the Council has provided access to the portfolio through our website.
The map can be manipulated to show a wide range of features by simply selecting the particular views or features you require. The left hand edge of the map shows a wide range of views that can be made available by simply selecting the things you wish incorporate. Either select or de-select the items from the Legend.
Maps can be viewed as either a normal map or one based on aerial or satellite images.
You can zoom in/out by using the navigation buttons +/- at the top of the map or using the arrows in each corner and at each edge of the map.
If you wish to see the blocks subject to development, click Development under general maps in the legend, but it is best to confirm the latest applications from the ACTPLA website
Click the map for an enlargement with some guidance on how to use the map.
ACTPLA have a frequently asked questions page available here.
A detailed users guide by ACTPLA is available here.
Article posted on Friday 11 October 2013
Major traffic changes will occur to†Streeton Drive and Cotter Road beginning in the week of 14 October.† This will mean traffic switches from both sides of the road to one side to allow works to be undertaken on the other side.† This is expected to last through to the end of July 2014. To read more and see the actual plan for the switch please click this link.
Article posted on Friday 30 September 2011
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 Friday 30 July 2010 | 3 comments »
There are four development activities current taking place or planned around Fremantle Drive Stirling during 2010-2011 with the most recent activity being the planned sell-off of land adjacent to the Labor Club in Teesdale Place.¬† These developments have the potential to change parking and traffic flow arrangements around Fremantle Drive, Crowder Circuit and Teesdale Place
Article posted on Sunday 28 February 2010
The development of the Rivett Community Park has commenced as part of the redevelopment of the old Rivett Primary School site.¬† The Park‚??s development has followed a period of community consultation and input.¬†
Article posted on Thursday 05 November 2009 | Leave a comment »
During December 2006 and February 2007, many parts of Canberra experienced major flooding during high intensity storms. Chapman was one of the suburbs which was significantly impacted by these storms. Subsequent investigations have proposed remedial works designed to overcome the current deficiencies identified by these investigations that include the re-construction of the drain along Cooleman Ridge Reserve.
Community information sessions have been organised by TAMS for Tuesday 10 and Thursday 12 November at 6pm at the Chapman Primary School Hall, Perry Drive, Chapman. Full details of the project, proposed works and plans are available here.
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The WCCC holds open public meetings on last Wednesday of the month - see Meetings for a timetable.
The meetings are held at The Weston Club, Liardet Street, Weston at 7.30pm (map). We regularly have invited speakers, politicians and other representatives, with other organisations (eg ACT Policing) also regularly attending.
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