Potential bushfire risk to the Ginninderry development in West Belconnen

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Mr Doug Finlayson
Treasurer
Ginninderra Falls Association

Dear Mr Finlayson

I refer to your email of 19 June 2017 about potential bushfire risk to the Ginninderry development in West Belconnen. Unfortunately, due to technical issues which have only just come to light, we are unable to confirm if a response to your email has previously been provided. In the event that we have not responded previously, please find a response below. I apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.

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Here is a copy of Doug's latest Project Report.

Cheers,

Darryl Seto
(for the Ginninderra Falls Committee)


Ginninderry conservation park corridors –
December 2018 update.

The principles that should govern the protection of Ginninderra Creek and Murrumbidge River conservation corridors around the Ginninderry urban development in the area to the north of the ACT straddling the border with NSW are

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Here is a brief summary of the talk by Assoc Prof Jason Sharples to our recent public meeting.

Bushfires are commonly accepted as a natural hazard but, according to the ACT Strategic Bushfire Management Plan, Australia has experienced a growing number of extreme bushfires since 2001. Last century, the focus was on the more common form of bushfire that occurs on slopes up to 20 degrees and is affected mainly by the type and proximity of vegetation.