Council Comments on the Supportive Housing Development Proposal in Chapman

Council offers the following comments in relation to the Supportive Housing proposal in Chapman. In short, Council welcomes moves to increase the supply of supportive housing in Weston Creek, but suggests the ACT government assist the proponent to identify a more suitable location in the Weston Creek area. Continue reading

Update – Meeting Outcomes – Public Housing

The Deputy Chief Minister has responded to earlier correspondence on the Public Renewal taskforce community issues. The consultations are on-going. The Weston Creek Community Council had earlier written to all 25 members of the Legislative Assembly outlining its concerns over the decisions made by the Public Housing Renewal Task Force on Public Housing and the Minister for Housing and Suburban Development. Meeting comments and views are now also available. Continue reading

Public Housing – Chapman Part-Block 1 Section 45

The Taskforce is considering designs and layout options for up to 30 two-bedroom townhouses in a single-storey development. All dwellings will be Class C adaptable to support tenants living with disability and allow ageing in place. Latest details can be found on the Public Housing Renewal Task Force website for Chapman by clicking here. As at 7 April 2017 the… Continue reading

Thursday 6 April 17 – Public Housing Meeting

Following the unfortunate postponement of the Weston Creek Community Council monthly meeting at the Raiders  Club a meeting has now been arranged for Thursday 6 April. This meeting will be held in a larger venue at Chapman Primary School starting at 7.30 pm. The school should be approached from Perry Drive and entered through the large double gates. It is… Continue reading

No to WCCC Meeting on Public Housing in Holder, Chapman & Wright

The Weston Creek Community Council meeting of last Wednesday 29 March had to be abandoned due to excessive attendance numbers. This was very gratifying in that we had reached so many members of the community. Unfortunately we were breaching the fire regulations and the club was required to ask us to terminate the meeting. Since then we have spoken to… Continue reading

Meeting and presentation re Public Housing in Chapman, Holder and Wright

Weston Creek Community Council was pleased to see such a high attendance at the meeting on Wednesday 29 March. This caused a major problem as due to the numbers of people we were in breach of the fire regulations and the meeting was aborted. However the Housing Renewal Taskforce has agreed to present at later date and we are currently… Continue reading