Government sets first-year objectives for a better city precinct
Renewal of the city bus interchange, improvements to the Sydney and Melbourne buildings and increasing the liveability of the city precinct are some of the goals set for the City Renewal Authority in its first 12 months.
The Dickson community is invited to help re-imagine the courtyards at the group centre during a seven-day makeover later this year.
Haig Park update
The Haig Park Phase 2 Summary Report is now available, thanks to everyone who contributed their time, ideas and feedback.
Introducing the City Renewal Authority
We are charged with shaping the growth of the central parts of Canberra to make it a great place to play, live and work.
Meet the Board
Our board is chaired by Dr Michael Easson AM and includes six members with expertise in urban design, architecture, town planning, sustainable development, affordable housing and community engagement.
City Renewal precinct
The City Renewal Authority is leading the transformation of the central parts of Canberra, from Dickson through to the lake at West Basin.
Transforming West Basin
A stunning public waterfront that will make West Basin a more attractive and accessible destination is underway.
Improving Haig Park
Help us improve a heritage-listed park in the heart of our city centre.
Activating the city
We are partnering with businesses and the community to activate, rejuvenate, and connect our city centre.