The French-Australian Preschool (FAPS) is Canberra’s largest childcare provider, currently situated in a building which forms part of the Red Hill Primary School campus. The ACT Government has granted FAPS land (zoned for community use) in Griffith which will enable the preschool to continue operating after its current lease expires at the end of this year.
While the Government is happy for this land to be developed, it seems the representatives of the Griffith/Narrabundah Community Association are not. Is the view of this group an honest representation of how the rest of the residents in the area are feeling, or is it simply a process the group go through each time they are confronted with ‘change’.
Could somebody also enlighten me as what makes a tree (namely those in Throsby Park) ‘highly significant’?