Ginninderry NSW Proposal


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As foreshadowed in our previous newsletter, please note that the next Spring 2018 Public Meeting will be at the new location:

Flynn Community Hub Hall
21 Bingle St, Flynn (parking off Hedland Circuit)
27 September 2018, 7:00 - 8:00PM

The title of Prof Staples' talk will be:

"Dynamic bushfire behaviour on Canberra's western edge"

The 2018 AGM will start at 6:30 prior to Assoc Prof Staples' presentation.

Spring 2018 Public Meeting

(parking off Hedland Circuit)

Dynamic bushfire behaviour on Canberra's western edge

Once again we are fortunate to have Assoc Prof Jason Sharples as the guest speaker for our next public forum. He will give an update of his work on extreme fire risks, focussing on Ginninderry. 

* Note the 2018 AGM will be held before this presentation starting at 6:30.*

2018 Annual General Meeting

This year's AGM will start half-an-hour before the Spring Public meeting. All positions will become vacant. We always need volunteers. If you wish to nominate for any position please send an email to our Public Officer (me) or nominate at the meeting.

NPAACT/NSW visit to Ginninderra Falls

This visit was arranged at the request of Alix Goodwin, CEO of NPA NSW. David Maxwell of the Riverview Company, and Anna Hyles, Ginninderra Falls property owner, were hosts. Robyn Coghlan, Ian Trapnell, Sally Pearce and David Kelly, from Ginninderra Falls Association,(GFA), attended as did Judy Kelly of GFA and NPA ACT. Rod Griffiths also attended on behalf of NPA ACT.

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Ginninderry Stage 1

Most of you will be aware by now that our appeal against Ginninderry Stage 1 to the ACT Civil and Administrative Appeals Tribunal was withdrawn in February. For us the critical deal was the agreement by all parties involved on further measures to protect the Little Eagle and Scarlet Robin. Dr Steve Debus, a well-known bird expert who has worked on the Little Eagle in New England, has now joined the ACT Government’s Little Eagle Research Panel.

Objection to the Application for EIS Exemption for Ginninderry Project Stages 2, 3, 4, 5, 5A, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 24, 28

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Objection to the EIS Exemption application

This submission is in response to the Application(s) for an EIS Exemption for the Ginninderry Project in West Belconnen, EIS Exemption 201800010 made by Knight Frank Town Planning on 8 February 2018.

The application consists of one overarching Form 1M, 23 further Form 1Ms, a Ginninderry Planning Report for the purposes of section 211 exemption and its appendices.

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As reported in the Canberra Times on 2 April "The joint venture behind the huge Ginninderry cross-border residential development has applied for an environmental impact statement exemption for the vast bulk of the land release on the territory side of the border." See also the notice from the ACT Planning website.


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