Non-profit organisations and individuals can now apply for up to $25,000 funding for innovative projects supporting the ACT community’s transition to net zero emissions, Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability Shane Rattenbury announced today.
The West Greenway Stakeholder Panel has met with the TCC Planning and Community sub committees to look at the possibility of a community driven vision for an environmental and sports hub
As part of the H2OK: Keeping our waterways healthy education program, grants of up to $3,000 for urban homeowners and $7,500 for rural residential owners (up to 40 hectares) in the ACT and surrounding region are available.
As part of ACT Healthy Waterways (Basin Project), preliminary sketch plans for the projects to improve Lake Tuggeranong have now been prepared and as part of the community consultation process can be viewed at: Tuggeranong Library, Cowlishaw St, Tuggeranong 3 pm to 7 pm, Thursday 15 September
If you are interested in finding out more about this, please come to a public meeting at Rose Cottage @ 7pm 30 August – cnr Isabella Drive and Monaro Highway Gilmore. Click for details
At the TCC Meeting (August 2nd), Ms Christie Jorgensen from Purdon Associates provided a detailed presentation and update of the building and construction plans for the new area of South Quay to members of the Council, special guests and visitors.
The West Greenway (Thompson) Community Panel Meeting was held on the 27th July, 2016. The Panel had representatives from environmental groups, community and recreational organisations, Tuggeranong Community Council and local business. The community panel was chaired by Dr David Shorthouse from the ANU.
The ACT Minister, Mr Mick Gentleman advised the meeting on the proposed new suburb of Thompson. The presentation by the Minister stated this region was a (190 hectare) site situated between the Town Centre and the Murrumbidgee River aimed at “stimulating urban renewal in the area, renewing and reinvigorating Tuggeranong”.