The May 2018 public meeting of the Belconnen Community Council will be held on:
7PM Tuesday 15 May 2018
BCS Theatrette, Swanson Ct, Belconnen Town Centre.
A brief agenda:
- Welcome from BCC Chair, Glen Hyde
- A brief update from the BCC Chair on the activities of the BCC over the past month
- Update from local MLA’s
- 7.30 – Presentation on the Old Weetangerra Road Project
- 8.00 – ACT Government planners will present to the community on DV342 the proposed precinct code arising from the Belconnen Town Centre Master Plan, and DV365 on removing the requirement to supply natural gas to Ginninderry suburbs.
All BCC members and members of the public are welcome to attend. For further information email: email@example.com
DV342 – Precinct code for the Belconnen Town Centre
DV342 is the proposed precinct code following on from the 2016 Belconnen Town Centre Master Plan.
You can download a copy from here.
More information can be found here.
The ACT Government invite written comment on the draft variation from the public by22 June 2018
Likely dating back to the very earliest days of European settlement in the region, and perhaps even earlier, it is still visible as either current road alignments, bikeways or remnant tracks running through public land. The route links up many heritage sites in the Belconnen district, and plays an important role in the pre-1960s oral history relating to the region.
This interpretive trail will form an active travel exploration route between markers (similar to those in the Forde Heritage park) installed at key locations along the line of the old road.
The trail will start (or end) at the Lyneham Wetlands, with a ‘Canberra Tracks’ sign showing the full route installed in the park opposite 162 Dryandra Street. Each sign will have a short description of local heritage sites around that section of the road.
In future, short videos could be produced by local groups or schools and triggered by each sign. The trail could be extended to the ford at the Molonglo and Murrumbidge’s junction and link in with the Uriarra Loop track. It could also follow along Coppins Crossing road to the south and link with the Butters Bridge, engaging new developments in the region with some of its oldest European heritage.