WCCC is an incorporated, voluntary, not for profit, non-political, community-based association representing the interests of the local residents and communities in Weston Creek.

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Agenda – Next Meeting 31 May 23

Council invites the Weston Creek community to the public meeting on 31 MAY 2023. GUEST: Caroline le Couteur, the Vice President of Cohousing Canberra and TOPIC: Update on the Planning Review and Reform, Bill Gemmell (Chair)
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Government response to planning committee inquiry report

Council has provided Minister Gentleman, local Murrumbidgee MLAs, the Legislative Assembly Standing Planning Committee members, and the Opposition Planning Spokesperson, Mr Peter Cain, with Council’s Commentary on the Government’s response to the Planning Committee report on the Planning Bill currently under consideration by the Legislative Assembly. The comments are in the linked document: Continue reading

April 2023 Newsletter

Council invites the Weston Creek community to the 26 April 2023 Public Meeting. This meeting will focus on the expansion plans for the Weston Creek Tennis Centre. The newsletter also includes the Chairs Report and the Biggest Morning Tea Continue reading

Council’s Submission on ACT Gov Budget 2023-24

Council has lodged its submission to the ACT Government’s Budget process for 2023-24. The submission was prepared taking into account feedback we have received from the Weston Creek Community since the last Budget was announced. While recognising funding is likely to be constrained this year, the Government still needs to invest wisely for the community benefit. Weston Creek certainly has some needs that need to be addressed. Continue reading

Canberra Town Planning submission: Stirling Labor Club and adjacent open space

While reviewing the submissions lodged with the ACT Government’s Planning Directorate during the consultation phase of the development of the new Territory Plan and District Strategies we noticed the submission linked below suggesting the Canberra Labor Club’s Stirling site and adjacent lands could be considered for some densification. It is important to consider the potential loss of facilities in conjunction Continue reading

Please Note: WCCC is NOT a local government body

For all inquiries relating to municipal, local or State government matters please contact the ACT Government who perform these functions in the ACT. Inquiries to AccessCanberra – phone 13 22 81 or CLICK FOR ACCESS CANBERRA

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