184 Phillip Avenue, Dickson, ACT

PROPOSAL FOR CAR PARK - Construction of a new 35 space car park, driveways, new footpaths, lighting, bollards, landscaping and associated works.

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(Source: ACT Planning & Land Authority, reference 202240135)

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  1. Jane Goffman commented

    Unfortunately, preparing submissions on both the draft Urban Forest Bill and draft Planning Bill (hundreds and hundreds of pages of legislation) has meant that I missed seeing this DA during the statutory notification period. Dickson Residents Group is concerned that adding to the existing car parking at the college may have a number of potentially undesirable impacts that deserve careful consideration. 1. The location of the proposed carpark is likely to interfere with future cycle path connections, which are especially important to service this secondary school facility in the long term to maximise active travel opportunities 2. The Garden City Cycle Route is expected to link with the College and be built in the next 2-3 years 3. The latest heritage research shows an ancient aboriginal track that by the 1840s had become a coach road and eventually became a stock route traversed the site of Dickson College. There are multiple maps in the National Library's holdings that show this route and it warrants appropriate recognition and protection.

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