Reid’s 90th Birthday!, representations to government re the unsightly mix of a shipping container & graffiti on Reid Oval, September’s public seminar notes on ‘Impact of planning decsions on Canberra’s heritage values & urban form’, home security over Christmas holidays, ‘Not a drop wasted’ talk by Phillip Johnson, landscape designer, St John’s news, RTC & RRA Christmas party 16 December.
Once again, the National Trust (ACT) in collaboration with the Reid Residents’ Association (RRA) and the property owners will open three privately-owned houses and gardens from the 1920s & 1930s in Reid’s Heritage precinct on 18 Nov 18.
This newsletter contains invitations to four upcoming events.
This IGPA Seminar will discuss the role of community councils and community groups interested in specific planning and/or heritage issues. The Seminar will particularly explore the adequacy and appropriateness of community consultation processes in planning decisions across the Territory, and improvements deemed necessary to those processes.
RRA submission to DA Inquiry, parking, Container deposit scheme, community news, Welcome pack, Pre-Federation history, Reid Oval.
Experiences coping with the Byzantine state of broadband connection in Reid
The 2018 Canberra and Region Heritage Festival: My culture, my story, devotes 16 days to the celebration of Aboriginal, European and natural heritage in and around our nation’s capital. Full details are available here…
The suburb of Reid is said to be the most intact 1920s suburb in Australia. This intactness is the primary reason for the heritage listing of Reid. To maintain the suburb’s integrity it is important to recognise the intrinsic design elements originally used – the ‘Design Vocabulary of Reid’.
Duncan Marshall to address AGM; Representations to Government re lack of enforcement; Illegal parking; Heritage Entry for Amaroo St, Reid for City Railway Remnant