Mayor Rattenbury is letting us know we can have our say about planned upgrades to the Chapman Shops.
“I’m pleased to announce the preliminary sketch plans for the upgrade of Chapman shops have now been developed following input from the Chapman community, traders, lessees and government stakeholders,” said Mr Rattenbury.
“A drop-in consultation session will be held [...]
Mayor Rattenbury is asking Chapman residents to express their views on upgrades to the local shopping centre:
“Following consultation, the Government will release a draft design of the Chapman Shops upgrades. It will address issues such as public safety and security, parking, street furniture, signage, stormwater, lighting, landscaping improvements and accessibility.
“We will display this draft design [...]
A 22-year-old Hughes man and a 26-year-old Chapman man have been arrested by ACT Policing for two recent Southside aggravated robberies.
In the first incident around 7.15pm on Sunday (October 14), a man was walking along Coxen Street in Hughes, when he was approached by two men. The two men assaulted the man and stole his [...]
The ACT Territory and Municipal Services Directorate (TAMS) will today, Monday 10 September, 2012, conduct a controlled burn, weather permitting, at Cooleman Ridge Nature Reserve, off Kathner Street in Chapman.
The ACT Handy Map grid reference for the burn is J13.
Temporary smoke cover may occur. Every effort is made to conduct the burns in weather conditions [...]
The ACT Rural Fire Service (ACTRFS) will tomorrow, Saturday 1 September, 2012, weather permitting, conduct two hazard reduction burns in the ACT.
From 10am until 6pm, the ACTRFS will conduct a hazard reduction burn at the Canberra Equestrian Centre, near the intersection of Hindmarsh and Eucumbene Drives Chapman.
Five heavy tankers, one light unit, one command vehicle [...]
Territory and Municipal Services wishes to advise the public that a controlled burn will be conducted today in Cooleman Ridge Nature Reserve (off Kathner Street in Chapman).
The burn is approximately 18 hectares in size.
Territory and Municipal Services wishes to advise the public that (weather permitting) a controlled burn will be conducted tomorrow, Wednesday 15 August 2012, in Cooleman Ridge Nature Reserve off Kathner Street in Chapman.
The burn is approximately 10 hectares in size.
My husband and I were walking our 11 year old Beagle up on Cooleman Ridge, Chapman on a Sunday afternoon in September. I am expecting our first child and we were out for a relaxing Sunday afternoon walk in the nature and sunshine.
We unfortunately were approached by some dogs off lead without any owners. A [...]
Simon Corbell has announced a program of upgrades to six Canberra playgrounds (or “play spaces” if you’ve been assimilated by the Borg).
“Play spaces to be upgraded as part of the 2010/11 Playground Safety Program include Ashburton Circuit, Kaleen; Tauchert Street, Chapman; Morgan Place, Curtin; Jeffries Street, Gowrie; De Little Circuit, Greenway; and Bayley Place, Macarthur,” [...]
ACT Policing is seeking assistance from witnesses in its investigation of an aggravated burglary at the IGA Supermarket in Chapman last night (Friday, February 25).
Around 8.30pm, an employee from the supermarket entered the office and saw a man standing near the office door. The employee managed to push the door into the offender and then [...]
The Department of Territory and Municipal Services have announced that their stormwater drainage program for Chapman requires closing parts of Cooleman Ridge:
The ACT Government wishes to advise Canberrans that part of Cooleman Ridge Nature Reserve will be temporarily closed from Monday 15 November 2010 to Thursday 23 December 2010 inclusive and again from Tuesday [...]
Does anyone know what the deal is with some recent proposals for supportive housing in Canberra? After seeing a planning notification go up at the car park on the corner of Henty, Ijong and Ipima streets in Braddon (just over the road from the Rex Hotel), I checked the ACTPLA website (http://apps.actpla.act.gov.au/pubnote/index.asp). There are no [...]