Consultations

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Active living

Help the ACT Government ensure future developments support healthy living in the ACT by embedding active living principles into the Territory Plan.

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City Activation

Canberra is changing and so is our city centre. Now is your opportunity to help shape the future of the city centre to reflect what we love about it, your aspirations and its potential!

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A future plan for Haig Park

Canberra is known for its large green spaces and beautiful parks. Haig Park is one of these, a heritage-listed park in the heart of our city centre, known for its rows of more than 7,000 mixed tree species. However, Haig Park is currently underused, feels unsafe and doesn't meet the needs of the Canberra community.

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Provisional Heritage Registration of City Railway Remnants in Kingston and Reid

The ACT Heritage Council invites the Canberra community to comment on the Provisional Heritage Registration of City Railway Remnants, Kingston and Reid.

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Provisional Further Heritage Decision of Glenburn Precinct, Kowen

The ACT Heritage Council invites the Canberra community to comment on the Provisional Further Heritage Decision of Glenburn Precinct in Kowen.

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Lower Cotter Catchment Draft Reserve Management Plan

Have your say on the management of the Lower Cotter Catchment. The draft management plan proposes actions to guide further rehabilitation of the catchment and protect the quality of Canberra’s drinking water.

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Should public transport waiting areas be smoke-free?

Canberrans are encouraged to have their say on whether public transport waiting areas across the ACT should be made smoke-free. The proposal would include banning smoking within five meters of all publicly and privately owned transport waiting areas, including bus and coach interchanges, residential bus stops, taxi ranks, light rail stations and train stations.

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Gungahlin Town Centre planning refresh

The Gungahlin Town Centre is a thriving place. It is attracting new residents, business and investment at a great rate. To guide continued growth in the area, the ACT Government is undertaking a refresh of the Gungahlin Town Centre planning framework.

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