The ACT Government has an urban renewal program that includes the whole of Canberra. Check out the projects close to where you live on the interactive map. The projects include playgrounds. Canberra.bike discussed the renewal of playgrounds here recently.
“Play space upgrades
As part of the ACT Government’s Better Suburbs Program, a community-led Play Spaces Forum allocated $1.9 million to improve playgrounds. One key decision was the allocation of $350,000 for new nature play spaces to enhance Eddison Park in Woden and Glebe Park in the City. $150,000 was also set aside to build a nature play space in Farrer. Read all about the new nature play spaces here.”Play space upgrades, ACT Government, accessed 25 June 2020
Amenity upgrades and refresh works will be undertaken at 20 existing priority play spaces, including seating, shade infrastructure and new pieces of equipment.”Play space upgrades, ACT Government, accessed 25 June 2020
The locations being refreshed include the suburbs: Belconnen, Chifley, Fadden, Florey, Griffith, Hughes, Isaacs, Isabella Plains, Macquarie, McKellar, Melba, Monash, Pearce, Theodore, Wanniassa, and Watson.
Interactive map of the projects
TCCS also has a website with an interactive map of all the projects. For each project there is useful information that pops up on the map and a link for further information.
The projects are colour coded by the type: urban space, roads, intersections, stormwater, active travel, dog parks, sportsgrounds, public transport, car parks, water infrastructure, and bridges.
|Project Name||Playground refresh program|
|Description||Amenity upgrades and refresh works will be undertaken at the playground on Charteris Crescent in Chifley.|
|Status||Construction to commence in 2020.|
“Infrastructure projects across Canberra
The below map showcases key infrastructure projects currently underway across Canberra that are managed by Transport Canberra and City Services. Zoom in and find out what is being delivered in your region.”Infrastructure projects across Canberra, TCCS, ACT Government, accessed 25 June 2020