ACT Planning Strategy
The consultation period for the ACT Planning Strategy has been extended. Consultation now closes 12 February 2012.
The ACT Government has released the draft ACT Planning Strategy for public comment. The draft Strategy has been developed following extensive community and stakeholder engagement, including Time to Talk Canberra 2030.
When final, the ACT Planning Strategy will guide Canberra’s development for the next 30 years and beyond, and is focussed on making a Canberra a compact, efficient city by building on its key strengths – its metropolitan structure, its position in the region and place as the ‘bush capital’.
Your feedback will help the ACT Government finalise the policy and implement its actions, to keep Canberra an attractive, liveable and sustainable place to live, work and play.
View the draft strategy and fact sheet.
- Summary Sheet [Word 41KB]
- Fact Sheet [PDF 0.9MB]
- Draft ACT Planning Strategy - Full [Tagged PDF 14MB]
Or view the policy in sections:
- Part 1 [Tagged PDF 3.9MB]
- Part 2 [Tagged PDF 3.9MB]
- Part 3 [Tagged PDF 4MB]
- Part 4 [Tagged PDF 3.8MB]
View background papers [all PDF under 1MB]:
- Climate change
- City structure, form and land use
- Health and wellbeing
- Population growth and demographic change
- Regional perspective
- Resource consumption
- Social inclusion
- Transport and mobility
Let's talk planning!
Or send your written input by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or writing to Draft ACT Planning Strategy Submissions, Environment and Sustainable Development, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601.