343 Hindmarsh Drive, Chapman, ACT

PROPOSAL FOR PUBLIC WORKS - Demolition of the existing amenity building and the construction of a new amenity building and associated works.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 10 months ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 202037973)

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  1. Paul Whitton commented

    Hello,

    I moved into Darwinia Tce Rivett over Xmas, on a defence posting.

    I recently was informed of the proposed works Ref No 202037393. I realise that the planning alerts and comments has closed.

    Please tell me that you are including a foot path link to Darwinia Terrace and Hindmarsh Roads from the hub.

    I have seen a blind person (Alex) regularly trying to get to this bus hub on numerous occasions. He has to either walk along Darwinia Terrace in the gutter (and run the risk of getting killed by a car), walk down to the Hindmarsh/Darwinia Terrace and take an almost leap of faith to get across the road, or, get lost in the grass field because there is no paths.

    I have also seen on numerous occasions a quadriplegic (Ian) drive his chair on the road for the same reasons.

    I’m at a loss as to how neither of these individuals have not been killed and their stories of close shaves are just plain scary.

    Has the Council and ACT Planning & Land Authority thought to connect the new hub to the foot path network?

    If not, I believe that it should. Someone has a duty of care for these vulnerable individuals and others like them in the community.

    Happy to discuss and/or meet with someone to discuss the observation further.

    Kindest regards,

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