Ginninderry residents and the broader community will soon get to immerse themselves in even more of their natural surroundings thanks to the first walking track in the Ginninderry Conservation Corridor.
What makes a great shared community space? Lots of open areas? Plenty of greenery? Some shade? Perhaps even a cubby house? As urban environments become increasingly dense worldwide, open and public play spaces are becoming more important than ever, serving as extended backyards, sites for outdoor physical activity or communal gatherings, and crucial green spaces contributing to urban ecosystems.
The Ginninderry Local History Study has been recognised for its significant contribution to ACT Heritage by the National Trust of Australia – ACT at the 2020 Heritage Awards.
The Ginninderry Joint Venture has welcomed the NSW Government’s final approval of the Parkwood Planning Proposal. The decision triggers the realisation of the full benefits of the Ginninderry project, including a $170m investment in green infrastructure, public spaces and community facilities and an economic output of some $609m over the next five years alone.
Ginninderry is a long term, large project with a number of unique characteristics, particularly the cross-border nature of the project and the fact that it is being developed under a public/private joint venture arrangement.
The Planning Institute of Australia Awards (PIA), Canberra Chapter were held last Friday to celebrate another year of outstanding planning practice, people and projects within the ACT.
Huon Contractors will soon be undertaking restoration works on Pro Hart Avenue (formerly Stockdill Drive) in Holt. The location of the works will be between the Drake Brockman Drive intersection and Lionel Rose Street.
Ginninderry today became the first greenfield development in Australia to roll out electric-bike sharing with a new e-bike fleet. The installation of e-bike sharing underpins Ginninderry’s position as the only ‘6 Star Green Star - Communities’ rated development in the region and forms part of an integrated active travel strategy that includes a network of dedicated cycle lanes.