5 Angas Street, Ainslie, ACT

PROPOSAL FOR A NEW CHILDCARE CENTRE AND LEASE VARIATION - Demolition of the existing dwelling and associated structures; Construction of a new childcare centre and associated facilities, landscaped play area, new carpark, landscaping and associated works. Lease Variation to allow childcare as a permitted use.

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We found this application for you on the planning authority's website 24 days ago. The date it was received by them was not recorded.

(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 202139363)

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  1. Ian Hubbard commented

    Why wouldn't the Ainslie Football and Social Club locate land that is zoned for a childcare centre and develop a centre on that rather than going through the expense of rezoning from sports and recreation use.

    With the rapidly growing population in the Inner North of Canberra the Club could explore other sports or forms of recreation that the community could use this site for. Basketball seems to be a sport without facilities in the area - I'm sure there are others. Has the club looked at alternatives?

    There is a site at 11 Rutherford Crescent that is zoned for a childcare centre. A perfect opportunity for adaptive reuse of the existing building at a much lower cost than is being suggested for the proposed site and no loss of land for the community. The existing building was designed for a childcare centre.

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