At the Woden Valley Community Council meeting on Wednesday, 6 April 2011 at 7.30 pm in the Orpheus Room, Hellenic Club, Phillip, the Land Development Agency will present plans for a high-rise residential, retail and commercial development on what is currently the car park in front of Aviation House on the western side of the Woden Town Centre. As well, the Department of Disability, Housing and Community Services will do a presentation on its proposed housing development in Alsop Close, Phillip. All are most welcome to attend.
David Collett from the Department of Disability, Housing and Community Services will do a presentation on the proposed housing development in Alsop Close, Phillip at the next meeting of the Woden Valley Community Council (WVCC) on Wednesday, 6 April 2011 at 7.30 pm in the Orpheus Room, Hellenic Club, Phillip. Approximately 25 units will be built to provide housing for a range of people including three houses for those with a disability.
Also at the WVCC meeting, Ian Wood-Bradley and Chris Millman from the Land Development Agency and Chris Purdon from Purdon Associates will do a presentation on the proposed plans for about 600 new dwellings, retail and office space on the western side of the Woden Town Centre (the site is currently a carpark in front of Aviation House). It is envisaged the development will comprise two towers, one of 20 storeys and the other of 28 storeys on the western side with lower scale density on the eastern side.
Thank you to those who participated in the WVCC survey on the proposed 35-storey residential tower block and four neighbouring towers of up to 20 storeys in Woden Green (Cnr Hindmarsh Drive and Callam Street, Phillip). The results of the survey will be on the WVCC website at: www.williamsonau.org/ and published in The Chronicle in early April.
All are most welcome to attend the Woden Valley Community Council meeting on 6 April. Come along to hear about and express your views on issues affecting the Woden community.