Radio Interview – Weston/Molonglo

An estimated 30,000 people live in Weston Creek and the newly built suburbs of Wright and Coombs next door.  However the residents in the new areas of Molonglo have no local shops or a service station, and most drive about ten minutes to Coolamon Court in Weston Creek to stock up. The chair of Weston Creek Community Council Tom Anderson… Continue reading

Development causes Weston Creek community to feel overlooked

The Weston Creek Community Council is disappointed by the approval of a 21-dwelling medium density development planned for Featherston Ridge in Weston. The $7.7 million Bellette Street project is proposed for a block within the Defence Housing Australia estate sold to private developers in mid-2015. Public submissions on the plans took issue with the 7.6 metre building height and the… Continue reading

Council Disappointed over Minister Rattenbury’s Comments on the Cotter Road

The Weston Creek Community Council is disappointed with the comments made by Minister Rattenbury this week over the proposed duplication of the last leg of the Cotter Road between the Tuggeranong Parkway and McCulloch Street Curtin. At a time when RoadsACT have completed the plans, The National Capital Authority has approved the proposed development, the matter went to the ACT… Continue reading

Weston/Molonglo Petrol Station

Following a recent WCCC monthly meeting the Land Development Agency undertook to provide to residents the LDA Site Selection and Commercial Feasibility Report (with appendix) regarding second petrol station. Please note, a cover letter with clarifications is attached to the front of the report. The documents are somewhat lengthy, hence the 3 separate files: Site Selection and Commercial Feasibility; Appendix… Continue reading

FETHERSTON Gardens – $500,000 for major upgrades

The ACT Government have announced the allocation of $500,000 for a major upgrade to Fetherston Gardens. The Southside Chronicle article, together with the Government’s media release and the WCCC letter thanking the Chief Minister for this most welcome f… Continue reading