Building a Sustainable Canberra

missmakw 4 August 2011 3

The Building Science Forum of Australia’s – ACT Division (BSFA-ACT) will be holding a forum with the aim of discussing this years proposed variations to the land development, commercial and residential sections of the Territory Planning Codes and whether these changes will assure Canberra’s long term sustainable future.

Seminar will be held on Wednesday 31st August 2011 at The Hellenic Club of Canberra (Matilda Street Woden)

Guest Speakers will be;
Mr Alan Morschel – Chairperson
Ms. Marie Coleman – Representative, Dickson Residents Group
Ms Sheila Hughes – President, ACT Chapter – Australian Institute of Architects
Mr David Shearer – Director, Independent Property Group

The forum is open to EVERYONE! Joins us for dinner and discussions on this worthwhile topic!

Seminar fees and BSFA details via

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3 Responses to Building a Sustainable Canberra
PostGrowthWorld PostGrowthWorld 8:46 pm 19 Aug 11

I assume Canberra’s “long term sustainable future” portends a stable population environment. Or could this just be more developer spin.?

breda breda 3:04 am 05 Aug 11

What do they mean by ‘sustainable’?

It has got to be the most overused, misused and misleading cliche in the current crop.

An essential add-on for grant applications, though.

Walker Walker 8:27 pm 04 Aug 11

Hope it’s not pseudo-sustainability-wash a-la Barr. But the BFSA looks a promising title.
Maybe someone will bring up infrastructure?
Thanks for the heads-up

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