SUMMARY OF KBRG ARTS PRECINCT MEETING

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KBRG is hosting a free public meeting about the Kingston Arts Precinct. Representatives from the LDA and Cultural Canberra will update the meeting on the recently awarded development contract. The meeting is on 16 March at East Hotel’s Crema Room, starting at 7.15pm. KBRG email is kingstonandbarton@gmail.com

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The NCA has released a draft DCP. Info session on 15 March. This covern Manuka Oval, St Christophers right along to St Pauls (includes cinema and service station). If you have not completed the KBRG survey on Manuka Circle please do so as it provides hard evidence of what people want. https://www.nationalcapital.gov.au/index.php/commitment-to-community-engagement/public-consultation/4514-draft-development-control-plan-manuka-circle-precinct-canberra-avenue Manuka Circle survey: [...]

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Goffman Presentation JG This presentation will be given by Jane Goffman at  a KBRG public meeting to be held at Eastlake Football Club, 3 Oxley Street, Griffith on 10 November at 7pm. All welcome

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ADDRESS to the KINGSTON AND BARTON RESIDENTS GROUP Tony Powell Tony Powell will address a public meeting prior to the KBRG AGM, 10 November 2016. The meeting is at Eastlake Football Club, 3 Oxley Street, Griffith and starts at 7pm. All welcome.  

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MANUKA OVAL COMMUNITY SURVEY

On November 8, 2016 By nick swain

A Community Panel will soon be set up to plan Manuka Oval and the surrounding area. It is vital we have your views about this important area so we can accurately and strongly inform the ACT government. The survey is at the link below. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/66TQB8L This link is also available in LINKS. If you cannot [...]

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Manuka backdown a surprise

On August 7, 2016 By nick swain

Print Article_ Backdown over Grocon, GWS Giants Manuka Oval proposal a surprise

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Barr appears to not acknowledge the role of community displeasure in this decision. However there is little doubt that a very large and vocal public meeting in April (aided by ISCCC) and a multi-fronted campaign by KBRG and Friends of the Manuka Pool, culminating in the launch of a strongly supported petition mush have hit [...]

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