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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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The Weston Creek Men's Shed Re-locates to Rivett.

The Weston Creek Men’s Shed Re-locates to Rivett.

The Weston Creek Community Council welcomes the re-location of the Weston Creek Men’s Shed to Rivett.
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Planning shock: regulators say no to developers!

Planning shock: regulators say no to developers!

“It’s a good day when announcements are made that the regulators are indeed doing their job, stopping developers going ahead with ridiculous proposals,” writes PAUL COSTIGAN
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Refused -  Proposed Development of Block 3 Section 12 Coombs – the ZAPARI Development

Refused – Proposed Development of Block 3 Section 12 Coombs – the ZAPARI Development

Council is very pleased that the Proposed Development of Block 3 Section 12 Coombs – the ZAPARI Development has been
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Refused - Proposed development of Block 4 Section 39 Coombs – the POD Development

Refused – Proposed development of Block 4 Section 39 Coombs – the POD Development

Council is very pleased that the Proposed development of Block 4 Section 39 Coombs – the POD Development - has
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Update on the Old AFP Site Development at Weston

Update on the Old AFP Site Development at Weston

The Village Building Co has updated where they are at with their proposed development at Weston.


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Have your Say on the Woden Town Square Experiment.

Have your Say on the Woden Town Square Experiment.

The ACT Government is installing a landscape with structures and furniture to bring the square back to life.
For more information about the #WodenExperiment visit

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The Work of Weston Creek Community Council

The Work of Weston Creek Community Council

HAVING spent time talking with numerous community council leaders, one thing stands out. What a job!
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ARE YOU BUSHFIRE READY? - Our Next Meeting 28 Nov

ARE YOU BUSHFIRE READY? – Our Next Meeting 28 Nov

It is very important to have a good understanding of what might happen in the event of a Bushfire and how to deal with it. Meeting is at Chapman Primary School
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Chair on ABC re Garden Party

Chair on ABC re Garden Party

Tom Anderson (Chair WCCC) discusses with ABC's Greg Bayliss Weston Creeks 50th Anniversary Garden Party.
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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
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