Letters and reports from TCC
TCC has made representation for appropriate lighting to be installed in the carpark behind the Tuggeranong CIT. This area is very dark and unsafe not only for students but for the general public who use it at night to attend events in the area e.g. at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre
Please see the attached brochure about the meeting where you can find out more about the proposed Fyshwick Waster Incinerator
The Tuggeranong community has written to the Minsiter for police over concerns about recent gun violence and arson to vehicles in Kambah, Isabella Plains and in nearby Waramanga in recent weeks attributed to motorcycle gangs
It has recently come to the attention of the Tuggeranong Community Council (TCC) that there are two lease variation DA’s (DA201731698 and DA 201731699) that have been lodged, with the planning authority for 228 Cowlishaw St (bk9 section 19). The council have concerns regarding this application
The Council is writing to inform you of our recent consideration of the Anketell Street master plan and community concerns regarding its stage 1 implementation programmed to begin this month.
If the Government decides to proceed with Light Rail Stage 2 (LRS2) after completion of feasibility studies and a business case (now under contract), the TCC is concerned about the network direction in terms of Route 1a (Woden Town Centre) or Route 1b the Hospital link). The TCC consider that the future success of Tuggeranong Read More …
The TCC would like to advise of its objection to the above Development application due to the following concerns regarding issues in the analysis with potential significant and cumulative adverse transport impacts.
While Tuggeranong Community Council (TCC) recognises the value of converting waste into useful products and the introduction of new recycling technologies, in appropriate locations, the ACT government needs to ensure that such a facility is safe, non-polluting and offers significant benefits over residual risks posed to nearby residents or the many workers in the industrial precinct of Hume itself, throughout all of any agreed lease period for the site.