Yerrabi School Parking

As Gungahlin has been growing, so have our school communities. The ACT Labor Government has failed to ensure that infrastructure around our schools keep up to pace.

We frequently hear about the lack of parking and drop-off areas for parents around schools and the stress this adds for working families.

The Canberra Liberals want to support parents and make sure the roads and parking around our schools are safe and accessible.

 

Yerrabi School Parking

Stop the Turner Parklands Bus Layover

This petition of certain residents of the Australian Capital Territory draws to the attention of, and requests the Assembly to:

Conduct community consultation to review the loss of parklands and visual amenity, traffic management and safety, noise and fumes associated with the proposed bus layover in Turner Parklands, noting that:

  1. There has been inadequate community consultation on the current proposal to relocate the City West Bus Layover on Marcus Clarke Street to the corner of Barry Drive and Watson Street in Turner, and to make it bigger;
  2. The proposal for 25 buses and staff facilities would replace a temporary gravel carpark and extend into green space to the west and north in the Turner Parklands, further up Watson Street;
  3. Residents are concerned about the loss of parklands and visual amenity, traffic management and noise and fumes;
  4. Residents, businesses and workers, a childcare centre, seniors’ centre, commuters, ANU North Oval, bike skills track, churches, cyclists and pedestrians using popular shared pathways would be impacted, and amenity lost once construction commenced; and 
  5. Canberra is one of the world’s most liveable cities, and this urban space connects to other green corridors in the inner north and should remain protected.

 

Turner Bus Layover

Better Parking at Kingston Shops

This petition of certain residents of the Australian Capital Territory draws to the attention of, and requests the Assembly to:

  • Note the removal of the Eyre Street carpark, which has had a significant impact on local businesses, and
  • Note the potential future mixed-use developments that will also increase demand for parking, and;
  • Provide more public carparks in the Kingston shops precinct.

 

Better Parking at Kingston Shops

James Milligan Community Survey

As COVID-19 restrictions are progressively relaxed, I am keen to hear what you want to see happen in your local community so that you can start getting back to normal.

James Milligan Community Survey

On a scale of 1-5, what are the most important issues to you and your family?

1 = least important, 5 = most important

On a scale of 1-5, what are the top issues in your suburb?

1 = least important issue, 6 = most important issue

Fix My Footpath

Have you seen a footpath that needs fixing? Tell us here.

Canberrans deserve well maintained footpaths so they can walk safely around this great city.

Share the location of a footpath to fix.

Please select a valid form

Fix Wentworth Avenue

This petition of certain residents of the Australian Capital Territory draws to the attention of, and requests the Assembly to:

Look at measures to improve safety on the Brisbane Avenue merger onto Bowen/Wentworth Avenue to make it safer for Canberra drivers to use.

 

Fix Wentworth Avenue

Police in the Inner South

More needs to be done to stop crime in the Inner South.

The ACT has the lowest number of police per capita and the lowest police funding per capita in Australia.

Since 2010, ACT Labor has gradually starved our police of resources, resulting in 75 fewer frontline officers today.

Canberra’s Inner South has grown, but our police numbers have not.

Our police are doing the best they can, but with such limited resources they cannot be everywhere they are needed.

Sign the petition to provide more support to the police in the Inner South.

Crime in the Inner South

Police in the Inner North

More needs to be done to stop crime in the Inner North.

The ACT has the lowest number of police per capita and the lowest police funding per capita in Australia.

Since 2010, ACT Labor has gradually starved our police of resources, resulting in 75 fewer frontline officers today.

Canberra’s Inner North has grown, but our police numbers have not.

Our police are doing the best they can, but with such limited resources they cannot be everywhere they are needed.

Sign the petition to provide more support to the police in the Inner North.

Crime in the Inner North