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THE FIRST SALE and redevelopment of QPRC land in the Queanbeyan CBD under a confidential agreement will bypass council’s inhouse approval process. The project is for a serviced apartment hotel, restaurant/café and residential townhouses. It will be undertaken over three stages. Details, including size and scale, are limited. Councillors approved the sale
Transparency, please. WITH THE AMALGAMATION of Queanbeyan and Palerang councils into the QPRC, our new regional council inherited numerous Queanbeyan valuable CBD council-owned buildings. In the QPRC administrative phase, the administrator and general manager, (now Mayor and CEO) accepted for consideration an unsolicited proposal from one consortium, to help council develop these
IN A PERPLEXING move, Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council (QPRC) has recently voted to withhold its membership fees for the state’s peak local government body and a major advocate for councils – Local Government (LG) NSW. The decision was made at the July ordinary meeting of council. It appears to have been prompted
A PORTION OF the land on the Queanbeyan Eastern Escarpment earmarked for housing development will likely be protected for its environmental values instead. The move is significant because the area is a wildlife corridor connecting eastern and western ranges. The land has significant environmental values and includes one km of river
Sacrificing Wamboin/Bywong & rail trail for majority vote? COMMENT by Maria Taylor. AT THE 13 December council meeting a mutually agreeable voting alliance between Team Overall (with four votes) and two councillors who gained seats from Palerang became about as transparent as suspected backroom deals will allow. As Councillor Peter Marshall said after
By District Bulletin Council Watch. IT LOOKS LIKE it’s back to the drawing board for Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council (QPRC) on a new administration building. But that’s not all bad news. QPRC’s efforts to entice the NSW Police to move from their current Queanbeyan station into the proposed six-storey, $57 million council headquarters