Following representations by the Weston Creek Community Council The Department of Territory and Municipal Services have advised that they will be undertaking work in both pruning and removing dead trees in Brierley Street adjacent to Cooleman Court and… Continue reading
The answer to Weston Creekâ€™s car parking shortage is not more bike lanes, or more frequent bus services, it is simply more spaces around Cooleman Court â€“ but how to achieve this is not quite so simple.
Members of the community toyed with the idea… Continue reading
Canâ€™t get a Car Park now at Cooleman Court?? We have spoken to Government and parking isnâ€™t going to get any better any time soon! We will be inviting a Minister to address the community on solutions to this parking problem. Put Wednesday 26… Continue reading
TAMSâ€™s response to the parking woes at Cooleman Court seems to be the offering up of private parking at other venues to overcome the shortage of car parking at the Centre. TAMS commissioned a study in December 2009 after WCCC raised parking at… Continue reading
DESPITE the removal of a controversial bike lane, residents in Weston are still up in arms over the change to traffic lanes along Streeton Drive.
About a year ago, Weston Creek Â residents driving along Streeton Drive found that where there had… Continue reading
As this column goes to press (Southside Chronicle, 20 Oct 09), Weston Creek residents are preparing for the Weston Creek Community Carnival on this Saturday October 24, from 11am to 4pm (behind Cooleman Court). Continue reading
The ACT Government has released the Supermarket Competition Policy Review undertaken by Mr John Martin, former ACCC Commissioner. The Review contains an in-depth analysis of the retail and wholesale grocery market in the ACT and has made 15… Continue reading
Council has raised the issue of parking at Cooleman Court with the Director of Roads ACT. The last formal survey of parking at Cooleman Court was conducted several years ago. The Director of Roads ACT has advised that a 7 dya survey will be undertaken… Continue reading
The Chief Minister has announced a review of the current ACT Supermarket Competition Policy to be conducted by Mr John Martin. Terms of reference, details of the public meetings and information on lodging submissions has now been issued to enable… Continue reading
At the April 2005 Community Councils Forum, you invited each of the Councils to contact you if we became aware of any undesirable community consultation practices. Read more Â»… Continue reading